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Old 05-09-2018, 08:25 PM #1011
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Washington Post article out showing heat wave in the Arctic claiming that these temperatures "could" help melt the Arctic while claiming record heat wave. Looking at a bevy of sea ice data from several agencies, it looks like this year is actually increasing, which is interesting. Also huge hail / snow storm a "snail" or a "hnow" storm baffles rescue crews and onlookers as hail and snow fall at the same time.

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Washington Post article out showing heat wave in the Arctic claiming that these temperatures "could" help melt the Arctic while claiming record heat wave. Looking at a bevy of sea ice data from several agencies, it looks like this year is actually increasing, which is interesting. Also huge hail / snow storm a "snail" or a "hnow" storm baffles rescue crews and onlookers as hail and snow fall at the same time.

i would be curious to see the sites showing sea ice increasing
what i see on the NSIDC site shows a dramatic melt currently
pretty much identical to last year, which did bottom out early and so there was no record minimum
however, the same this year? i'm guessing not
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Old 05-11-2018, 04:21 AM #1013
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If the ice really does break up, they'll have some open water.

That plus their big storms should result in some pretty epic surfing.

That's a lot of ice to melt.
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cusp of a new paradigm re: space weather connection between the suns and earths weather and by extrapolation, climate.
pretty solid relationship referenced.

...but it's probably just to distract from the blood in the water...
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If the ice really does break up, they'll have some open water.

That plus their big storms should result in some pretty epic surfing.

That's a lot of ice to melt.
I live in Hawaii.

epic storms can create epic disasters.

the recent record breaking storm that produced more than 50 inches of rain in 24 hours washed everything on to the reefs.

they are covered in mud and sticks and the water is polluted from all the cesspools being washed into the ocean.

it sucks.

and all that fresh water melting into the ocean would totally mess things up majorly for everyone and everything on the planet.

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I live in Hawaii.

epic storms can create epic disasters.

the recent record breaking storm that produced more than 50 inches of rain in 24 hours washed everything on to the reefs.

they are covered in mud and sticks and the water is polluted from all the cesspools being washed into the ocean.

it sucks.

and all that fresh water melting into the ocean would totally mess things up majorly for everyone and everything on the planet.

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I think we will learn what a Googol of Plastic looks like, before the ice caps get around to completely melting.

I'm not sure the earth's environment can handle 10^100 tiny pieces of plastic floating around.

I have some skylights that need repair. So I use 6 mil plastic to cover them during the winter.

Last year I forgot about them during the summer. Then they started getting brittle. So I stuffed them into 2 large moving boxes.

Between them and some old blue tarps that disintegrated into 100,000 pieces, I might have 1 million pieces of stray plastic on my own property. That's with me trying to stop it.
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they say plastic degrades in a thousand years.

if thats true than I think we could bounce back if we stopped production today.

a thousand years is nothing for the earth.

it takes one million years for a glass bottle to degrade.
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cusp of a new paradigm re: space weather connection between the suns and earths weather and by extrapolation, climate.
pretty solid relationship referenced.

...but it's probably just to distract from the blood in the water...
You reveal more about your bias, trichrider, than proving others'....

It seems you pluck random papers to prove a point that makes you feel smart and ask people to refute your evidence when there are no little 'write ups' that would do the job.

You could be up to your eyeballs in counter evidence that would be impossible to disprove with little cherry picked conservative BS.

It takes mountains and MOUNTAINS of evidence by thousands and thousands of scientists all trying to disprove that we are not the cause, and thus 99.9% of legitimate scientists' overall consensus is that we are the main cause, not some little 'article'.

Are you a flat earther too?
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You reveal more about your bias, trichrider, than proving others'....

It seems you pluck random papers to prove a point that makes you feel smart and ask people to refute your evidence when there are no little 'write ups' that would do the job.

You could be up to your eyeballs in counter evidence that would be impossible to disprove with little cherry picked conservative BS.

It takes mountains and MOUNTAINS of evidence by thousands and thousands of scientists all trying to disprove that we are not the cause, and thus 99.9% of legitimate scientists' overall consensus is that we are the main cause, not some little 'article'.

Are you a flat earther too?


...another cluck cuck

so be it.

you're nominated to be jester of the Potemkin village.

you'll do fine!

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