Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years


By: - Climate DepotJuly 19, 2015 11:42 AM

Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years

http://iceagenow.info/2015/07/arctic-sea-ice-at-highest-extent-for-the-date-in-last-five-years/

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. http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php This holds true despite all of those failed predictions over the past decades that the Arctic would become ice free. Total global sea ice seems equally resistant to following alarmist predictions with the 20th highest ever measured, while Antarctic sea ice is at the 4th highest ever measured. https://sunshinehours.wordpress.com/ Thanks to J Bird for these links “Collapse of public belief in the AGW theory is gaining ever greater momentum,” says J Bird. “Will it last until the big meeting in December?” The post Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years appeared first on Ice Age Now.

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