Arctic Has Gained Hundreds Of Miles Of Ice The Last Three Years

Arctic Has Gained Hundreds Of Miles Of Ice The Last Three Years

Here’s an interesting report, from the North Pole.

We know the southerly Antarctic Ocean has been covered with very large and thick sea ice levels going back decades, even while the northerly Arctic Ocean had lost much sea ice. The Antarctic observations always confounded the predictions of the CO2 hysterics, about doom and gloom of global melt-down and boiling oceans. Now comes evidence that the Arctic Ocean is rebounding, regaining much of its lost sea ice over the last three years. By the reports this is thick, multi-year sea ice, suggesting it will be quite recovered and expanded over the coming winter.

Another Big PC Lie bites the dust, as natural climate cycles show a better explanation than the claimed effects from anthropogenic CO2 emissions.

Arctic Has Gained Hundreds Of Miles Of Ice The Last Three Years

https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/arctic-has-gained-hundreds-of-miles-of-ice-the-last-three-years/

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4 Responses to “Arctic Has Gained Hundreds Of Miles Of Ice The Last Three Years”

  1. Douglas Smith Says:

    Selective data. False conclusion. Check out the graph showing 36 years of steady decline here: http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/
    Sure, there are fluctuations year to year depending on summer temperatures. Anthropogenic warming is incontrovertible.

  2. obrlnews Says:

    The nsidc.org website you referenced does not support your accusation of selected data or false conclusions, but in fact confirms the point, that this year’s sea ice condition in the Arctic Ocean is far better, with much more sea ice, than the 2012 condition which was the minima as recorded over the last several decades. I don’t see any problem here, the two articles affirm each other, and the point that Arctic sea ice has rebounded. It also had rebounded in 2013 and 2014 as well, even while still not back to the average condition. However, the Arctic Ocean has not become ice-free as predicted by the various CO2 advocates quoted at the Steven Goddard website. More and better data is found here:
    http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/index.noshade.html
    The central point being, there is still much sea ice, contrary to the hysterical claims of politicians like Al Gore, or the warmists of the academic world. Later in mid-winter, around Jan. or Feb. more will be known how the ice quantity compares to the seasonal average maxima.

  3. Anatolii Kuharuk Says:

    I am not so well informed about this problem but the news coming through Green Peace are worrisome. I would not call this “hysterical”. Maybe some politicians are trying to play on this issue…

    As a result of this awareness about strong anthropogenic influence on the climate, there is a strong push to develop green technologies for energy generation. Otherwise, why bother at all? We can continue burning fossil fuels that definitely contaminate atmosphere. As a humanity we are destroying this planet and production and utilization of fossil fuel is perhaps the dirtiest of our activities.

    • obrlnews Says:

      I support renewable energy, and our facility at OBRL has several large solar photovoltaic arrays which provide about 1/3 of our power. Renewables is not the issue, however. The issue is, the existence of very good evidence for major gyrations of climate changes, such as the Medieval Warm Period (MWP) and Little Ice Age (LIA), well before the Industrial Era of massive coal and oil burning. The MWP was warmer than today, seems to have been mostly ice-free in the Arctic Ocean, but there was no sea-level rise nor any large catastrophe with loss of polar bears or penguins, etc. That lasted from c.900-1300 AD, and was followed by the LIA, which was much colder than today, lasting from around 1400-1850, with the coldest period around 1750. The earth has been warming ever since the low cold minima of the LIA, which is why there is a recorded slow increase in temperatures over the last century or two. Since the LIA ended, there have been additional variations without any steady temperature rise, which also is important. The years 1940-1970 were cooling, and the warmest year of recent record was 1998, a time of peak El Nino activity in the Pacific Ocean, which had global effects. Since 1998, we have had stable or slightly cooling global temperatures. Some of the big science” organizations claim otherwise, but they routinely censor out criticisms of their work by other scientists, and in the Climateget memos, they were exposed as treacherous liars out to personally and professionally destroy their opposition, expressing willingness to fudge their own data.

      Consequently, to say that the slow oscillating rise of global temperatures since the end of the LIA is created by industrial gasses is sophistry and very bad junk science, being promoted for political reasons by data fabricators and left-wing groups like Greenpeace. I suggest to read up on those subjects of natural climate changes, particularly the Little Ice Age, as it will start your thinking and questioning of these large claims by the warmers. As noted in a more recent posting on OBRL, the NY Times just hammered down on critics of CO2 theory, openly comparing them to Hitler supporters, blaming them for some predicted “climate genocide” that has not happened. Is that where “science” stands today? Open malicious slandering and so on? Apparently so.

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