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June 18, 2015

Sea Ice Extent – Day 168 – Antarctic 2nd Highest – Global 14th Highest For This Day

2nd Highest Antarctic Sea Ice For This Day – 1.1 million above the 1981-2010 mean. – Above 2 standard deviation.

14th Highest Global Sea Ice For This Day – Above the 1981-2010 mean.

Arctic no longer a record low for the day. So far 45 days in 2015 have been record lows. 2006 has 79 record lows. 2012 has 127.

Global_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_168_1981-2010 Antarctic_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_168_1981-2010 Arctic_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_168_1981-2010

South / North



  1. Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    more record cold from an area of the planet that according to the IPCC should be Ice Free soon!

    Comment by Centinel2012 — June 18, 2015 @ 8:25 AM | Reply

  2. For the past 500 years, mankind has lived in FEAR OF REALITY. Selfishness – driven by fear – is the root of many of our social problems.

    E.g., the current AGW scare is a continuation of the irrational response almost 500 years ago to the report by Copernicus in 1543 that the Earth and the other planets all orbit a giant fountain of energy at the gravitational center of the solar system.

    Precise measurements and observations on the Sun and other parts of the solar system have revealed that this fountain of energy is the creator, destroyer and sustainer of every atom, life and planet in the solar system [1].

    The fountain of energy at the core of the Sun is neutron repulsion, the source of energy in the cores of

    1. Atoms heavier than 150 amu, like Uranium

    2. Some planets like Jupiter

    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun

    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way

    5. The expanding Universe

    We cannot control, but need not fear or ignore, the pulsar at the core of the Sun that created and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system today.


    1a. “Solar Energy,” Adv. Astron. (submitted 1 Sept 2104; published privately 17 Mar 2015)

    1b. “Supplement for Teachers” (published 30 Mar 2015)

    1c. “Intro: Science for Teachers” (published 23 May 2015)

    Comment by omanuel — June 18, 2015 @ 11:45 AM | Reply

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