Sea Ice Extent – Day 205

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3 thoughts on “Sea Ice Extent – Day 205

  1. Years ago, I expected the “hoax” of AGW to end. But, it has not. Like someone said once, on some distant blog, there could be a 500 meter thick glacier formed over the Great Lakes, and the Warmists would claim it was due to AGW. They will never give up their “religion”. It takes the “purple kook-aid”.

    So, until that happens, I have learned to enjoy taunting them. The recent drop in global sea ice helps. With this natural swing between N & S poles we could see some time “below the line”. As the Warmists attempt to make something of it, I just taunt them that much more.

    If only I could get a huge grant for my efforts….

    1. yeah and you will deny still the day one of the poles will be ice free LOL but enjoy it as long as you can, people like you will find something new to oppose when the day has come, reminds me of all thos end-days movements from which you here either nothing anymore when the day has passed or a new date LOL

  2. The oceans are behind what’s happening on land, water stores more heat than air so the decrease in solar activity naturally will affect them last. Once all this heat is taken out the ocean and eventually that will happen the show really begins….

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