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Elisee Reclus We're not being picky when correcting your misstatements. While there may be a lot of speculation on this board, it's generally based on facts and we like to stick to them as much as possible. I say "we", but I'm a longtime lurker and I generally don't post. However, I've seen the tone and tenor here seems to have changed lately. Disagreements have turned to rants and ad hominem attacks. I find this distressing. Vidaloo went off the rails and Neven was right to ban him. Insisting your personal speculation to be the only correct interpretation of sea ice data is not in the spirit of this board. I hope we can get back to talking about the Arctic sea ice soon.
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2016 on PIOMAS December 2016 at Arctic Sea Ice
"Sandy was not a particularly big storm, as I recall, although the damage was quite dramatic." You're quite wrong. "At landfall, Sandy's tropical storm-force winds spanned 943 miles of the the U.S. coast. No hurricane on record has been wider; the previous record holder was Hurricane Igor of 2010, which was 863 miles in diameter."
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2016 on PIOMAS December 2016 at Arctic Sea Ice
Hi Neven, Another longtime lurker here. I also want to thank you for your past efforts and hope you come back to regular posting soon. Joe
Toggle Commented Dec 5, 2016 on Sabbatical (I hope) at Arctic Sea Ice
"There is room for some very interesting informed speculation. I view this event as a breakthrough event, showing the 2012 GAC was not a existing system statistical anomaly, but a new event signifying fundamental changes in the Arctic, and by extension, an effect on the NH mid-latitude weather systems." In other words, "the New Normal."
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2016 on 2016 Arctic cyclone, update 2 at Arctic Sea Ice
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