Second Largest Arctic Ice Gain On Record

No matter if the science of global warming is all phony…
climate change provides the greatest opportunity to
bring about justice and equality in the world
.”
– Christine Stewart,
former Canadian Minister of the Environment

From Real Science:

Second Largest Arctic Ice Gain On Record

Posted on Real Science August 8, 2013 by 

Arctic ice area has increased by almost 20,000 Manhattans from this date last year, making it the second largest increase on record. The only year which gained more ice was 1996.

In a few days, it is likely that 2013 will move into the #1 spot.

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arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.anom.1979-2008

Rewind 1979:

“In 1977 the worst winter in a century struck the United States” 

  • Leonard Nimoy materialises ‘The Coming Ice Age’ in the classic “In Search of…” television series that was broadcast weekly from 1977 to 1982.

“What scientists are telling us now is that the threat of an Ice Age is not as remote as they once thought. During the lifetime of our grand children, Arctic cold and perpetual snow could turn most of the inhabitable portions of our planet into a Polar Desert”!

  • Going on the latest 2013 Arctic Sea Ice data and record cold temps, it seems Dr Spock is more adept at climate science and forecasting than 97% of today’s climate scientists armed with their billion dollar computer models!
  • Ahh what short memories we have ~ yearning for catastrophe, driven by alarmism!

Cheers to  & Real Science



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