Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years

Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years

Meanwhile, Antarctic sea ice is at the 4th highest ever measured.

The Denmark meteorological institute is showing Arctic sea ice at its highest extent for the date in the last five years, and it falls within the norm, one standard deviation.
Arctic Sea Ice-July2015
http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php

This holds true despite all of those failed predictions over the past decades that the Arctic would become ice free.

Total global sea ice seems equally resistant to following alarmist predictions with the 20th highest ever measured, while Antarctic sea ice is at the 4th highest ever measured.

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Thanks to J Bird for these links

“Collapse of public belief in the AGW theory is gaining ever greater momentum,” says J Bird. “Will it last until the big meeting in December?”


4 thoughts on “Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years

  1. “Collapse of public belief in the AGW theory is gaining ever greater momentum,” says J Bird. “Will it last until the big meeting in December?”

    If we who try to look deeper into the truth about our worlds weather keep hammering the truth out to the public we may turn it around and even get them to back off. The last part will take a massive effort in the arena of public opinion. We must get people to light up the switch boards in elected officials offices and we must keep educating the public.

    Lives are at risk, our families and theirs.

  2. The Washington Post explains ” The researchers attribute the surprising increase to unusually cool conditions in 2013, which caused there to be 5 percent fewer “melting days” — warm days in the summer during which sea ice is actually melting — that year.

    I’m left wondering about the expression “unusually cool”. Logically, if 2012 and 13 were unusually cool, then the surrounding years had to have been “usual”. But, the main thesis is that they are “unusually warm”. See my point? I’m having trouble understanding what they think is “normal”. Unless we want to start describing the degree and duration of anomalies from the anomaly…

  3. Cool summer in 2013 boosted Arctic sea ice.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/07/150720114945.htm

    This study says that based on AIR – not water – temperatures, Arctic sea ice is more dependent upon summer warming than winter cooling. Yet the thermal density (density x thermal conductivity) of water to air is 18,816 times greater [1000 kg/m3 x 0.6 W/(m·k) ÷ 1.275 kg/m3 x 0.025 W/(m·k)] and is proof that these scientists are just making shit up at this point to explain why Arctic sea ice has recovered.

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