Ice animations

Here are a couple of great animations of the arctic sea ice volume over the satellite era.

(credit to Andy Lee Robinson, seen at Planet3)

While this is not news, I think the animations make two things very clear.  One, is that anyone even giving the time of day to the notion that there is “nothing going on here, folks” when it comes to the arctic is in full-on head-in-the-sand denial or is a cynical liar.  Two, is that contrary to the shrill shills who claim the IPCC et al are alarmists at best, exaggerating/misrepresenting the impacts of climate change at worst, the scientific consensus is is woefully conservative in its warnings about how much/quickly things are changing.

Summer sea ice in the arctic will not last the decade.

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