Jan 21

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October 2015 sea-ice-melt location above Gakkel Ridge

Underwater volcanoes melting Arctic Ice, says geologist:

Powerful deep Arctic Ocean geological heat flow forces are melting the ice, says geologist James Edward Kamis.In an article entitled “Heat From Deep Ocean Fault Punches Hole in Arctic Ice Sheet,” Kamis punches his own holes in the “humans-are-melting-the-ice”chorus.

“A very interesting high temperature and low salinity hole has just been punched in the sea ice … directly above the deep ocean Gakkel Ridge Rift / Fault System,” wrote Kamis in early November. (The event Kamis is referring to took place on October 12, 2015.)

Massive amounts of heat pulsing from the earth

The Gakkel ridge is a gigantic chain of underwater volcanoes snaking 1,800 kilometers (1,100 miles) beneath the Arctic Ocean from the northern tip of Greenland to Siberia. Continue reading »

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Jan 01

Arctic ice at greatest extent since this period in 2005: Continue reading »

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Aug 06

Russia’s Latest Land Grab Attempt In The Arctic (OilPrice, Aug 6, 2015):

Russia is resubmitting its claim of more than 460,000 square miles of the Arctic, including the North Pole, as its sovereign territory, saying it has enough evidence to convince the United Nations that its claim is valid.

The Arctic, which is believed to contain as much as one-quarter of Earth’s undiscovered oil and gas, is part of a territorial dispute involving not only Russia but also Canada, Denmark, Norway and the United States.

This is the second time Moscow has submitted a claim in the Arctic. The U.N. rejected its effort in 2002, saying the Russian government hadn’t provided enough evidence that it had a right to the territory.

Russia's Latest Land Grab Attempt In The Arctic Continue reading »

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Jul 26

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Arctic ice pack grew by 41 percent in 2013 (Ice Age Now, July 23, 2015):

Al Gore said it would be clear water by now … Video

The Arctic ice pack has expanded dramatically despite years of doom-laden predictions that it was melting away for good.

British scientists discovered that it grew by more than 40 percent in 2013 thanks to cooler than expected temperatures, and say they were shocked at the speed of recovery in such a short time.

Three years ago Professor Peter Wadhams of Cambridge University forecast that the Arctic would be ice free by 2015 – or 2016 at the latest. And Al Gore made strong claims that the caps would disappear by 2014.

In 2007, 2008 and 2009, Gore publicly and very hysterically warned that the North Pole would be “ice-free” by around 2013 because of alleged ‘man-made global warming.

The government-funded BBC ran an article under the headline: ‘Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’.’ Other establishment media outlets did the same. Continue reading »

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Jul 19

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Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years (Ice Age Now, July 18, 2015):

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 Continue reading »

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Nov 16

Arctic Sea Ice Extent At Its Highest Level In Over A Decade (Real Science, ):

Arctic Sea Ice Extent At Its Highest Level In Over A Decade

http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/old_icecover.uk.php

With Antarctic sea ice at a record high, northern hemisphere snow cover near a record high, and Arctic sea ice at a decadal high, government climate experts say that it is the hottest year ever.

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Sep 30

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Martini Meltdown (Ice Age Now, Sep 29, 2014):

Sea-ice in the Arctic. That ice ain’t melting and the polar bears are thriving.


Martini Meltdown

By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser

The Sunday Times has reached a new height of incoherence with its science editor’s, (Jonathan Leake) column on Arctic ice cap in ‘death spiral.’

Nothing could be further from the truth. The ice cover in the Antarctic has recently reached a new all-(recorded)-time extent and the ice cover in the Arctic appears to be on a similar path. No wonder as the frost-free days in the Arctic, above 80 N have been fewer in the last two summers and the last winter in North America was brutally cold and long. Continue reading »

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Aug 18

August 15 Global Sea Ice Area Highest Since 1996 (Real Science, Aug 17, 2014)

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Aug 18

Arctic Sea Ice Area Highest Since 2004 (Real Science, Aug 17, 2014)

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May 25

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Arctic Ice Brake-up is NASA’s ‘most deluded scare story ever’  (The Real Agenda news, May 14, 2014):

“Unstoppable break-up of SOME Antarctic Ice due to non-existent Global-Warming threatens sea level Rise in 200 years time,” says Piers Corbyn.

Western media alarmism has spiked this month after NASA ‘revealed’ that a large section of the Antarctic shell was breaking off and will soon make sea levels rise to cover us all. The year of mid-term elections seems to be the year of hyped politics as NASA and the U.S. government continues to spread the lies about man-made global warming.

In the most recent example of how out of proportion statements help scare people, NASA used cherry-picked data and speculation to say that a ‘gigantic’ piece of West Antarctica  is now melting and falling into the sea. NASA did not mention anything about the state of the whole Antarctic & South Hemisphere, mainly because it does not fit the narrative and scare tactics of the climate change alarmists. One entity that has gone the extra mile to explain the reality of ice caps in the Antarctica was the most-respected National Snow and Ice Data Center.

In the graph below, the organization shows that, at least for the last 35 years, ice has been accumulating, not melting in the Southern Hemisphere. Continue reading »

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Jun 04


Ozonschicht über der Nordhalbkugel (Ende Mai 2012): Das Ozon wird bei Temperaturen unterhalb von minus 78 Grad an sogenannten polaren Stratosphärenwolken zersetzt. (Quelle: dpa/NASA)
Ozone layer over the northern hemisphere (the end of May 2012): The ozone is decomposed at temperatures below minus 78 degrees to the so-called polar stratospheric clouds. (Source: AP / NASA)

Google translation (Original German article below.):

How The Ozone Hole Over The Arctic Disappared (Spiegel, May 31, 2012):

Good news from the Arctic: has startled the giant ozone hole, the researchers in the past year, has disappeared. Human conduct, however, was not in the game – the weather is responsible for the healing of the shield.

After the lunch break may not dawdle Rudolf Denkmann and his colleagues. Time every day to make one, the researchers of the German-French research station in Ny Alesund on AWIPEV Spitsbergen before a large red wooden hall to get their weather observation balloon. Even at temperatures around freezing trudges thinking man these days with the T-shirt through the snow.

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