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Tenyu 09-12-2012 09:04 AM

Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 






Due to long established media blackout and media misinformation, delusional AGW denial posts will be ignored in advance.

Tenyu 09-14-2012 12:19 AM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
Another record low today in ice area.

Notice the more important metric of volume is on a steeper exponential decline.

David Wasdell speaks of the insanity of our culture.

Lorien Lowe 09-14-2012 12:22 AM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
Not to mention that pretty much the entire Greenland subcontinent experienced surface thawing this year...

Tenyu 09-14-2012 12:33 AM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
It only took four days for Greenland to melt, unprecedented.

Interesting to note, all the worst case scientific predictions on global warming have come short of our actual current rate.


Tenyu 09-14-2012 10:25 AM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
Quote:

Tenyu Hamaki wrote: (Post 315880)
Another record low today in ice area. - 2.26206 m k^2

Another record low today - 2.2398 m k^2

Tom Verhoeven 09-15-2012 02:57 PM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
As a result of the climate change we see lots of animals and plants moving north. Here in Europe there are plants and animals thriving that were rarely seen a decade a go. Nature is changing fast.
I know that the salmon has difficulty in reproducing, in most European countries it has become almost impossible, due to the temperature rising. It would be interesting to see how the changes in the arctic sea has an effect on wildlife there.

Tom

Tom Verhoeven 09-15-2012 03:01 PM

Re: Another record year (sea/arctic ice volume)
 
Quote:

Tenyu Hamaki wrote: (Post 315880)
Another record low today in ice area.

Notice the more important metric of volume is on a steeper exponential decline.

David Wasdell speaks of the insanity of our culture.

Thanks for that link to David Wasdell. Interesting comment on how politicians use scientific data.

Not very assuring for the future though.

Tom


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