2010 Sea Ice Update

September 13, 2010

The actual low point probably occurred as I was uploading this video today. (september 13)

I’ll do an update to this update when we have the final numbers.

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5 Responses to “2010 Sea Ice Update”

  1. Tony Sidaway Says:

    Extraordinary piece. Thank you.

    Though I wish you hadn’t brought in the extrapolation by Wieslaw Maslowski of the Naval Postgraduate School, which is still very much an outlier and could justifiably be called, on the paucity of evidence upon which Maslowski based it, “alarmist”. The “smart money” is still not yet predicting ice-free Arctic within the decade (though few are ruling out the possibility if the trend accelerates).

    Things are certainly looking very bad for Arctic sea ice.

  2. greenman3610 Says:

    Maslowski represents one end. Admiral Titley and the NSIDC are at the other.
    All would have been called crazy and radical just 5 years ago.


  3. Hi greenman3610, love your Arctic Ice Update. You probably know that less than a month ago a huge chunk of ice the size of Bermuda calved off the ice shelf at Ward Hunt Island. Close friends of mine are traveling there (very close to the magnetic North Pole) next week to try to bring attention to this issue. Thank you for taking the action you have to bring these important issues front and center. If you’re interested in the North Pole trek, please see parvati.ca. Best regards.

  4. dustyplanet1 Says:

    This is very troubling to me. I’m saddened by the fact that it is 2010 and we still have no economically viable alternatives to fossil fuels available to the mass market. The systemic atrophy that we are in keeping us on a course towards a hotter planet. Industry, the scientific community, and consumers all have to wake up. Hopefully messages like the ones you are promoting here will have an impact. I also hope that initiatives like the one posted by dancinglight13 by-pass the apathy of mainstream media and get this urgency of this situation out to the masses.


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