4 Aug

Arctic Sea Ice Melt Slowdown Begins More Than One Month Early – Absolute Dead Media Silence On Antarctica!

P Gosselin:

In the second half of June, global warming catastrophe worshippers were already salivating worse than Pavlov’s dogs when Arctic sea ice melt accelerated at a dizzying rate (see 2nd chart down below).

Arctic starts refreeze

Some datasets even show a refreeze occurring in late July! Source: http://arctic-roos.org/cearea.png

But in mid July, something happened unexpectedly: the North Pole saw one of its coolest summers since instrumental records have been kept, and sea ice melt also slowed down markedly, proceeding at a rate we normally only see only in the second half of August, see chart that follows:

2013 Arctic summer melt

As the slope lines show, the rate of melting in the second half of July is something we normally see an entire month later, in late August.Source:http://ocean.dmi.dk/icecover_current.png.

Suddenly all the salivating among the alarmists has turned to gloom – no Arctic meltdown on which to feast upon this year.

But hope is still holding out among the alarmists as there is a chance some freak storm or something will scatter the sea ice and send the 2013 curve downwards to a near record low. But if 2013′s current course continues, then it will wind up closer 2005-2006 levels. That of course would be a major setback for the alarmists, who then would have to search elsewhere for disaster stories this fall. The next 10 – 14 days will be decisive.

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 20 years.

One Response to Arctic Sea Ice Melt Slowdown Begins More Than One Month Early – Absolute Dead Media Silence On Antarctica!

  1. Ditto says: 1

    Bet that shallow “Lake” Greg got “Chicken Little” all about is frozen solid again. (Probably be perfect for Ice Skating.)

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