Monday, September 08, 2008
Who Are You Going to Believe?
It seems to say that the extent of the ice is just .3 million square kilometers above last year, which is about a 10% difference.
Yet on the same site, you can compare this day's composite photo from space with last year's composite photo. That's the side by side comparison below. Does it look like so little a difference to you?
Looks more like a 30% difference to me. I've contacted the guy they say to send questions to in order to see what's up. I'll report back, but he's never responded to a question from me yet.
Labels: Arctic Sea Ice Anomaly
Still, I've always been a sucker for optical illusions.