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AnotherJourneybyTrain
Out the back of Greenland and the CAA
I am getting hot in here
Interests: Arctic Sea Ice not melting too fast thus causing mass panic
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Also, I think it fair to say that Daily Albedo in the High Arctic (Anomaly) is scaring me. (I think I need another day off...)
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Comparing at Arctic Sea Ice
Neven, I found your reply #3 most interesting!!
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Comparing at Arctic Sea Ice
Sam, are you talking about a four day average of close to a double century drop?
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on PIOMAS July 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Neven, on the forums SEPTEMBER CHALLENGES thread, is predicting an Artic Sea Ice Minimum of no less/(or less, lol) than second place for NSIDC... (I won't even venture to remind myself of what he, ..um.., ventured for JAXA!!!!!!!) Why? How much trouble is this world in and do we have the right to call it now?
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2019 on PIOMAS July 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
The albedo graph(ic)s show it's not neck and neck either, with 2012 having a massive advantage in terms of rate-of-change-of-albedo: THAT IS SOMETHING THAT DEMANDS AN EXPLANATION if you/anyone of us want/s to entertain comparisons,... IMHO!
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2019 on PIOMAS July 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
People believe in God and/or are completely irrational from both sides... (and I don't mean those things are the same thing.) Virtue signalling is where the allegedly morally superior people try and hide but they know nothing and finally accept as fact that they are no better than any other human that ever lived. Science has always been political: leave that side of it to the politicians and let the people have proper access to the scientific literature. The media just plays a devilish game of devils advocate and if corporatism is becoming a global problem then let that be the leaked story that leads!! BUT don't give me your virtue signalling...lol
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2019 on June 2019, one hell of a month at Arctic Sea Ice
..I also find the precipitable water graphic concerning!
Toggle Commented Jul 1, 2019 on June 2019, one hell of a month at Arctic Sea Ice
Nice article: the graphic that stood out for me was the Accumulated Albedo-Warming-Potential...
Toggle Commented Jul 1, 2019 on June 2019, one hell of a month at Arctic Sea Ice
Try this: https://www.irishnews.com/magazine/science/2019/06/26/news/scottish-scientists-discover-when-antarctic-current-first-began-1650418/
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
PS: I don't know why that is bit I've heard it is factual!
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Apparently because the circumpolar current has tightened and the atmospheric currents reflect that...(So I have heard anyway!)
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Who knows Susan, but I can tell you Western Australia has definitely linked their pattern of decreased rainfall in its southwest to climate change over 30 years of observation as certain!
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
...and I've never been the same since! (What happened,.. how long was I out for?!!?)
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
I met a Danish girl once...
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Oh, I also noted the 50 day forecast resumed a dive. Is it weird everyone seems to be talking about fast-ice?
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Cheers, Jim. Personally I'm not altogether sure we will see Arctic sea ice go below 3000 k in the next decade: to me that would be indeed truly a harbinger... I saw your graph on the North Eastern sea route ice and I'm still recovering.
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
So,Jim, surely that means the SCIENTIFIC concensus is that the Arctic sea ice will go below 3000 k by 2030 doesn't it?
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Neven, If the consensus(the forum consensus I presume you mean) is that the Arctic will go under 1,000 K by 2040 at the latest,... doesn't that mean the forum consensus thinks the Arctic will definitely go under 3,000 K by 2030 at the latest,.. IF NOT BEFORE 2030?
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
The Slater 50 day projection has taken a serious about turn: what would be in the heuristic that might be responsible for this action?
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Worldview has a very interesting take on the Lincoln Sea/ Nares Strait debate ... (and personally I'm wondering if Greenland is still even there!!)
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Greenland, Global Sea Ice and Total Precipitable Water look out of control. Luckily DMI Temp seems to have returned to normal (!??!)
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Can anyone refute this, (please)? "Permafrost has begun thawing in the Canadian Arctic more than 70 years early because of climate change, according to new research. A "series of anomalously warm summers” has dramatically accelerated melting rates at three sites despite average annual ground temperatures remaining low. Ponds and hillocks have formed as a result. It had been thought that the permafrost - ground that remains frozen for at least two years - would remain until at least 2090. But the study found thawing levels were above 150 to 240 per cent above historic levels. " https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/climate-change-breakdown-arctic-frost-thawing-canada-environment-a8959056.html The trouble I have is with the seemingly assumed knowledge of the third paragraph... Is that third paragraph anywhere near the truth or not?
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
What happened to Greenland? How unusual is that temperature spike?
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
DMI temp and the one day anomaly are still playing games... although it's only the Laptev part of things and the central basin seems fine.
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
I don't mean to be incredibly uncredible: but the slater 50 day forecast just took a mean looking dive today...
Toggle Commented Jun 12, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice