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Sunday, August 26th 2012, 1:50 PM EDT
Turquoise represents ice present in 2012 which wasn’t present at the 2007 minimum. Red shows the opposite. There is 36% more ice than there was at the 2007 minimum.
Passive microwave measurements are missing vast areas of ice, because an early winter storm broke the ice up into chunks which the satellites are unable to detect. Alarmists are going hysterical, based on garbage data
Saturday, August 25th 2012, 9:50 AM EDT
Move along, nothing to see here
Press release flatly contradicts what boffins said
New ice core data from the Antarctic Peninsula has revealed that temperatures in the region during the past 10,000 years have often been higher than they are today, and that warming of the sort seen there recently has also occurred in the pre-industrial past.
The new data are derived from a massive new 364m-long core extracted from the ice sheet lying on top of James Ross Island towards the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula in the freezing Weddell Sea. The core was extracted by scientists from the British Antarctic Survey, assisted by French boffins, who reached the area courtesy of the Royal Navy ice-patrol ship HMS Endurance and her helicopters.
The mighty core has allowed analysing boffins to reconstruct local temperatures and snowfall way back to the end of the last ice age. The info is of particular interest as the Peninsula has warmed up rather quickly over the last 50 years or so, and is bucking the overall Antarctic trend which has seen vast new expanses of sea ice appear around the coasts of the austral continent. Thus it is that the Ross Island ice core results have made it into this week's edition of agenda-setting boffinry mag Nature.
So what have we got?
Thursday, August 23rd 2012, 1:29 PM EDT
Sunday, August 12th 2012, 1:14 PM EDT
NASA image storm over the Arctic Ocean
A massive cyclone blew over the central Arctic Ocean this past week, north of the Beaufort Sea, and some Arctic researchers said they have never seen anything like it.
Mark Serreze, a senior research scientist from the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center, said cyclones are common at this time of year, but he said this week's storm was stronger than any he's seen.
Click source to read more, the article mas more to say about ice melting then the unique storm, and as pointed out by Piers Corbyn, this storm should knock the Jet Stream further south, but there is no mention of this!
Saturday, August 11th 2012, 8:29 AM EDT
NASA image storm over the Arctic Ocean(Greenland’s white ice sheet, bottom left).
A world pressure pattern & Jet Stream shift to a ‘Little Ice Age’ pattern is coming.
Rare Arctic summer storm heralds decisive changes – fantastic pic (left)
This is of course NOTHING to do with CO2 or delusional CO2 warmism but is in line with WeatherAction long range forecast for major jet stream shifts around 18-20th
Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist, WeatherAction says: "Weather developments in the week to 16th are starting to show Low pressure in the East Med consistent with the Lower pressure generally in the Med we expect - http://bit.ly/Nlz60v . This appears to be part of the major shift south of a large fraction of the Jet Stream in European longitudes which we predicted.
"At the same time the rare Arctic summer storm heralds the major N hemisphere pressure re-organization and Jet stream shift we predicted. Standard Meteorology will have many difficulties getting it right from more than a few days ahead because these ‘Little Ice Age’ patterns are so different to what we have been used to.
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