100% Certain, And Wrong

Real Science

August 5, 2013

This year “will without a doubt” rank in the top five lowest levels of ice extent ever recorded in the satellite era, and there is a good possibility that 2013 could rank second in terms of recorded ice lows, said Walt Meier, a scientist at the National Snow & Ice Data Center.

http://www.eenews.net/climatewire/2013/08/05/stories/1059985599

There is a 100% probability that his 100% certainty was incorrect.

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Walt has moved his attentions to the other hemisphere, and is now confused by Antarctic ice.

One scientist who is scrambling and who is visibly baffled is meteorologist Walt Meier, who seems irritated by the new puzzling Antarctic sea ice record

Spiegel Surprised By “Amazingly Robust”, Record Antarctic Sea Ice – NASA’s Walt Meier Bewildered, Can Only Speculate

I am going to give Walt a big hint – for free.

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