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Wayne, even if the fake conservatives in power at the moment are only campaigned for by the big miners iff they simply pretend they don't believe in CC you can rest assured that the relevant Govt. Depts and everyone in them know very well that it is infact on like Donkey Kong. How did they know in February last year that 2016 could've spelled the end for the myi? Because they did!! The big miners removed a sitting Prime Minister: combine that with the fact we bought copper internet with our mining boom wealth(so we could stay dumb and have nothing else to do but sell rocks of course!!!) and you will see that Australia is actually quite corrupt. Follow the money, ay!
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
I found this reference for 'the atmospheric flywheel' and 'the sea ice flywheel' where it basically talks about the mechanics of everything associated with the Beaufort Gyre. http://www.whoi.edu/page.do?pid=66596
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
(from Espen at the forum) IJIS: 11,348,485 km2(May 29, 2017)and 5th lowest measured for the date. << I fear 'the June Cliff' is here and 2012 is invoking itself!!
Toggle Commented May 30, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Worldview looks absolutely horrible at this point in time with the gyre producing a crack that almost stretches to the Lincoln Sea: I bet next months PIOMAS will be awful because of this exact point as disintegration is well under way already!
Toggle Commented May 10, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
By sequentially going through the colour schemed dates on the PIOMAS average thickness graph I observe 2010 as being of some relevance. This is because apart from the years 2014/15 it seems to have provided some type of long term effect. I plan to find out what happened in 2010 and come up with a theory.
Toggle Commented May 6, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
[snip; I want your thoughts, not your questions; N.]
Toggle Commented May 5, 2017 on PIOMAS May 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
The numbers for extent don't look too bad but volume could be the real wake up call in a few days! https://14adebb0-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites.googlegroups.com/site/arctischepinguin/home/giomas/grf/giomas-year-GLOBAL.png?attachauth=ANoY7criADiYq-6Xsff8Jx-mSSlCIM0AXkJ52BXfuqcCNPEWhOuMAeSBuL9YxVgpzVPNbOf3rIVsnVUQ5Vu_o7LGQLmPg8CK2P2I51CUqeIkVeTn-CWjtFcmNNh7YcjsbAdUSV9UbYLlyvf1mynokdjQd64lWJGXNWvxrSrapeU3d7ec0nNh2_1fJVMoFPS9FcVtF9Ug8sDOypaVuL21ZCJNQG9tswhMwd1e7Kuyrl25P5gcHk4J9J-4Oq_T3W-kfNwqT3Irpui7&attredirects=0
Toggle Commented Apr 29, 2017 on PIOMAS April 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Paddy, don't you mean lower albedo from thinness?
Toggle Commented Apr 7, 2017 on PIOMAS April 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Is the atmosphere measurably getting thicker at the Arctic because of all this advection?
Toggle Commented Apr 7, 2017 on PIOMAS April 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
https://sites.google.com/site/arctischepinguin/home/sea-ice-extent-area/grf/nsidc_global_area_byyear_b.png Global Sea Ice Graphics seem to be strangely attractive these days...
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2017 on Lowest maximum on record (again) at Arctic Sea Ice
AmbiValent, I find your analysis of the data provided by Wipneus quite poignant, not to mention well explained and logical. Nice job!! (A significant- and terrifying - conclusion to be sure. Now: "What does it mean?", I think we should all be trying to ask ourselves)
Toggle Commented Mar 8, 2017 on PIOMAS March 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Lord Soth, The word 'intelligent' is just a word. Secondly, I am hoping Trump is going to backflip on Climate Change using the levers of Government in an intervened marketplace and batting away any complaint by simply acknowledging that the first priority was to win the vote. He only just won and he won more than anyone has ever won- so he can justify it all! Let us also not forget that HE IDENTIFIED THE MEDIA AS FUBAR and so via this clearly identified global message- yes, globally identified message- has won his credibility to do stuff.? I'm looking forward to backflips in conjugated language- personally speaking! [How he can't win two terms is beyond me so of course I pray for such postives!]
Toggle Commented Mar 7, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Hans, what if you thought about it like this: the IPCC still exists.
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
http://www.livescience.com/32814-arctic-daylight-darkness-myth-equinox.html This is a handy synopsis on the different types of 'twilight' in the Arctic.
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Hans, some are predicting Trump will backflip on Climate Change out of pure necessity and that he can easily explain it to those who elected him on market principles,... whatever that means these days. http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/climate-change/trump-will-reverse-climate-change-position-former-republican-congressman-bob-inglis-says/news-story/209f63945a7a444d8373bea30e443e0c I think we are seeing panic stations start to form, personally. These were the exact things the video was talking about. I got it from '5to10' on ASIF who posted a smaller excerpt and I just posted the larger version. I think Trump always knew it was a problem that needed solving he just needed the votes and played the game accordingly. The media can't get him for hypocrisy and I think that was the simple game he played. I always thought he would backflip on Climate Change: I still hope. It just can't go any other way can it?
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Niagra Falls = The Nasty Dilemma
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZdhPnsp4Is This is a good video with some different numbers!
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Thank you so much Elisee. GrayWolfBG1, I don't think the deniers will be able to play simple definition games if 'The Blue Ocean Climate Disruption' eventuates. To me the rates of change of important indicators will indicate the event itself and simple false dichotomies surrounding semantic arguments will find it hard to combat the assumed quantitative argument.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
I found this as a resource for daylight hours: http://www.timebie.com/sun/janmayenno.php (It had Jan Mayen and I thought that was pretty cool/I couldn't resist because I've heard of that thanks to this forum and blog and had to share!) Is there a more appropriate resource for investigating daylight hours in the Arctic at any latitude one would care to choose? Thanks!
Toggle Commented Feb 18, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
2017 is the first year for volume to be outside of 2 standard deviations according to the first graphic. The peculiar waviness of the NSIDC extent graph continues and I can't help but wonder that volume has no way back: to me this means global markets will panic if 2018 repeats the below 2 stand deviation trick for PIOMAS ... (Of course: the FDD statistic seems to be worth it's wait in gold!)
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2017 on PIOMAS February 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
"..Yes, look very carefully for 2 parameters, very warmer surface air temperatures and sea ice drift..." < Wayne, How do we keep an eye out for 'sea ice drift'? cheers, ;>
Toggle Commented Jan 9, 2017 on PIOMAS January 2017 at Arctic Sea Ice
Wayne, Vulcans can't do science because they don't care about the question that begs!! There is an art to science and it starts with why ask 'the' question in the first? Sure, ask a billion questions: but why ask what needs to be asked? What, indeed, needs to be asked? Let's all imagine a universe where random science happens: hey, write that one wayne and I might read THAT! (I venture to say we all might, even!!) Science(good or bad) fiction is like a graphic(good or bad): helpful (..or not!)
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2016 on PIOMAS December 2016 at Arctic Sea Ice
So, Wayne, you are saying the tipping points of 2007 and 2012 have truly asserted themselves in this years data, perhaps?
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2016 on ASI 2016 update 7: minimum time at Arctic Sea Ice
Wayne, you are a very solid contributor to the forum- much more than I could ever hope to be- but I must say that measurement problems are measurement problems and the 15% rule will always be allowed to wear my guernsey ;>'///
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2016 on PIOMAS September 2016 at Arctic Sea Ice
If i may quote NSIDC: Northwest Passage update Figure 5. The time series shows total sea ice area for selected years and the 1981-2010 average within the northern route of the Northwest Passage. The cyan line shows 2016 and other colors show ice conditions in different years. Data are from the Canadian Ice Service. Credit: Stephen Howell, Environment and Climate Change Canada High-resolution image The Northwest Passage refers to the fabled shortcut between the Atlantic and Pacific through the Canadian Archipelago. However, it is not one route. There is a northern, deep-water route through the Parry Channel, entered from the west through the M’Clure Strait and a shallower southern route, known as Amundsen’s route. Sea ice in the Parry Channel route has shown a sharp decline since the middle of July, but the channel is still not entirely ice free. Considerable ice remains in the western (M’Clure Strait) region and there are lesser amounts in the eastern regions. This is mostly (~80 percent) multiyear ice. Low ice years in the Parry Channel are typically the result of early summer breakup associated with high sea level pressure over the Beaufort Sea and Canada Basin that displace the Arctic Ocean pack ice away from the western entrance. Conversely, low sea level pressure anomalies over the Beaufort Sea and Canada Basin keep the Arctic Ocean pack ice up against the western entrance. This has been the case for much of the 2016 melt season. The southern (Amundsen’s) route is open but it is still uncertain whether the northern route will open in the coming weeks. Even during mild ice years, thick multiyear ice is typically advected into these routes during the summer months. Multiyear ice is a significant obstacle for ships. Nevertheless, taking advantage of mild sea ice conditions, the 68,000-ton Crystal Serenity set sail from Anchorage, Alaska on August 16 for its 32-day journey through the Northwest Passage via Amundsen’s route. This is the largest ship thus far to navigate the Northwest Passage and is accompanied by an icebreaker ship and two helicopters. The ship sailed through the Northwest Passage in less than three weeks—52 times faster than Amundsen’s nearly three-year voyage. On the other side of the Arctic, the Northern Sea Route appears mostly ice free. << I find this most en-heartening that we all care. Tally-ho chaps et al.
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2016 on PIOMAS September 2016 at Arctic Sea Ice