'Greatest sea ice extent ever measured at either pole' -- Will Media Report This?!
It’s Official: Antarctic Sea Ice Sets All Time Record High
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(Also see: NASA finally admits it Arctic cyclone in August ‘broke up’ and ‘wreaked havoc’ on sea ice—Reuters reports Arctic storm played ‘key role’ in ice reduction—NASA: ‘The cyclone remained stalled over the arctic for several days…pushing [sea ice] south to warmer waters where it melted’)
It’s Official: Antarctic Sea Ice Sets All Time Record High—‘Greatest sea ice extent ever measured at either pole’—Will Media Report This?!
NOAA: Antarctic sea ice extent set all time record high—‘Day 265 set an all time record, and then day 266 broke that record. Days 265 through 270 are now the 6 highest Antarctic Sea Ice Extent’s of all time! 11 of the top 15 are now 2012. Anyone wonder why NOAA isn’t making a fuss about this?’
‘The elephant is the Antarctic Icecap. While satellite data shows Arctic ice has been declining for last 30 years, the same satellite data shows Antarctic ice has been expanding for 30 years’—‘The Arctic Icecap is only 1 to 2& of Earth’s ice, while the elephant, the Antarctic Icecap, contains about 90 percent of Earth’s ice’
Another Antarctic Ice Record: ‘Sea ice area around Antarctica increased by more than 1,400 Manhattans—sets another daily record…only 300 Manhattans away from breaking all-time record’
Antarctica Gains 2,400 Manhattans Of Ice Overnight: ‘Antarctica gained 140,000 km² of ice overnight, to reach the 6th highest daily area ever recorded’—Could ‘break the all-time record for most sea ice ever measured at either pole’
NASA finally admhttp://canadafreepress.com/admin.php?S=0&D=cp&C=content_publish&M=entry_form&channel_id=1its it Arctic cyclone in August ‘broke up’ and ‘wreaked havoc’ on sea ice—Reuters reports Arctic storm played ‘key role’ in ice reduction—NASA: ‘The cyclone remained stalled over the arctic for several days…pushing [sea ice] south to warmer waters where it melted’
Polar sea ice could set ANOTHER record this year: ‘Almost nobody is reporting on the fact that something almost equally unusual is going on down around the coasts of Antarctica’—‘Taking all world’s sea ice together, then - as opposed to focusing exclusively on Arctic - the picture is far less gloomy than most media outlets would have you believe. Generally the world has between 15 & 23 million sq km of the stuff: at the moment it has a bit more than 18m, which is approximately 1.5m below average for this time of year. Earlier this year, though, it was nearly 1m up on seasonal average’
UK’s Top Scientist Sir David King in 2004: ‘Antarctica is likely to be the world’s only habitable continent by the end of this century if global warming remains unchecked’