Sea Ice “Rubble”

September 8, 2016

Probably no arctic sea ice low extent record this year, but satellites show ice reduced to ragged mess.

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8 Responses to “Sea Ice “Rubble””

  1. Tom Bates Says:

    Gee I notice the sea ice is higher than in 2012. I would still like a detailed explanation of how they come up with these figures when the sea ice satellite broke in April and has never been replaced.

  2. dumboldguy Says:

    Why do we continue to waste time trying to educate Master Bates, who is only here to perform his mental onanism? He says he wants “…a detailed explanation of how they come up with these figures when the sea ice satellite broke in April and has never been replaced”?

    Fair enough—-but first HE needs to give US a “detailed explanation” of how he can come up with such incredibly ignorant BS. His brain obviously “broke” a long time ago, but it HAS apparently been replaced with an incredible pile of sweepings from the bottoms of the cages from his local zoo—-and they are NOT getting the job done for him.

    DNFTFT, folks!!!!!


    • I would have thought this was a very important issue given it looks like the North Pole is basically a pile of slush rather than solid ice.

      But what do I see? Meaningful discussion on an important topic? ….. No just more back and forth on Bates Bullshit.

      The guy has shown time and time again that he is a complete fool who has nothing useful to contribute. And trying to convince him otherwise is a complete waste of time.

      Although I don’t like the idea of censorship and I think it’s useful for people to be allowed to air a (properly researched!) alternative viewpoint I am starting to wonder if Peter should adopt some sort of usage policy for people like this who are basically doing nothing more than generating useless spam……


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