Monday, December 17, 2007
Memories of Arctic Sea Ice
Except for the Chuckchi Sea, the ice is pretty much over all the traditional area of sea ice and it's not yet Winter. Hudson Bay seems completely iced over. One can walk from Svalbard (scene of much of The Golden Compass) to Novaya Zemlya to Svernaya Zemlya to Alaska, Greenland or Canada for that matter. Except it would be really, really cold and you would die.
Yes, Warmies, the sea ice melt was big this Summer, but it's pretty much all back now, just as it should be and has been doing for millions of years and as it will, no doubt, for millions more.
Labels: Science; Global Warming
(wow, ice forming in winter . . . it's almost, natural!)
Gee Rog, could you lay off the facts and evidence? /sarcasm.
Tony, it wasn't ice free. There was a lot or melting. But was there more in the past before we had satellites? No one knows. It's just not enough of a record to base a trend on. You Warmies are placing an iron skillet on a house of cards. Don't blame me if it all falls to pieces.