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Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Weekly Roundup with Margo (July 31, 2022)

Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Weekly Roundup with Margo (July 31, 2022)

Margo reviews methane data from CAMS for Saturday, 7/30/22 and NOAA for Friday & Saturday, 7/29-7/30/22. She also shows the current state of the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice and looks at Climate Reanalyzer, and recent earthquakes worldwide. Margo also shares two articles on the Arctic sea ice. I picked this up on Twitter

Lunacy, denial and suppression of facts

Lunacy, denial and suppression of facts

Just about any day of the week I have to ask what has happened to people and how they can be under such a spell. Today was no exception and I woke up to this this morning I haven’t been able to bring myself to watch it but the “experts” are telling us categorically that there will be no Blue Sea Event this year and with Pauline Schneider saying that although although the ice is thin it’s “not that bad”….

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POLAR ICE MELT:HOW NASA WORLDVIEW CUTS-AND-PASTES

POLAR ICE MELT:HOW NASA WORLDVIEW CUTS-AND-PASTES

In her mid-week report on the Arctic ice, Margo has identified what I can only describe as fraud to ensure that people do not easily identify what is happening at the North Pole. In recent days, satellite pics from NASA Worldview have shown how ice is breaking up within 20 or so km of the Pole. Luckily, we have a record of how this looks from the ground. Two years ago, in 2029, the German research vessel the Polarstern reached…

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Arctic ice – an update – 27 July, 2022

Arctic ice – an update – 27 July, 2022

I have a lot to say on this, but not right now. Some point to their graphs and say this is meaningless. Others say it’s early in the season, so there might be an early refreeze (or something). I think from what I have been seeing over the past 4 years they must be smoking some hopium. Sam Carana added a filter to get rid of some of the cloud cover This is from today – 15 km from the…

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The break-up of ice has started one month earlier than in 2020 and 2021

The break-up of ice has started one month earlier than in 2020 and 2021

I have written a postscript to my article,THE END OF POLAR ICE IN 2022? showing how the break-up of the ice looked in 2020 and 2021 POSTSCRIPT In trying to find some context for this Margo and I went searching. We found this item from late-August, 2020. Before that there was no similar break-up that far north Expedition shares scary photos from the North Pole Loose and weak ice with lots of melt ponds, partly open water, and no signs…

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The end of polar ice in 2022?

The end of polar ice in 2022?

I have been concentrating on things within the human realm – a pandemic, war, New World Order etc. because they have been the most urgent things on my mind. However, as we head towards the end of the melt season my attention is turning once more to the Arctic. The situation is dire. Watch Margo’s detailed report: If you look at the following (and that is what everyone points to, from sceptics to followers of abrupt climate change) you might…

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A look at Arctic ice – early July, 2022

A look at Arctic ice – early July, 2022

This is the latest on sea ice extent Some photos from the past few days to show how it looks not too far from the Pole   Sea ice thickness Comparison of Arctic Sea Ice Thickness for 2014-2021 with Margo (July 14, 2021) 2016   2018 20120   2021 2022    

Arctic sea ice – June 2022

Arctic sea ice – June 2022

I simply do not have it in me to actively monitor the situation in the Arctic although I am keeping an eye on it. I continue my policy of only reporting the “what is” and eschewing the mainstream. Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Weekly Roundup with Margo (June 19, 2022) Arctic sea ice June 2022 – why the situation is so dangerous Arctic News, 20 June, 2022 Arctic sea ice extent has fallen strongly in June 2022. On June 22,…

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A consideration of contradictory narratives

A consideration of contradictory narratives

I first learned about what was then called the Greenhouse Effect sitting in a cafe in Bangkok, Thailand in 1988. With some gaps I have been immersed in what is now called ‘climate change‘ (although I prefer “global warming‘) since then, especially since 2012. My health has declined to a point now that I am unable to do the detailed research I once could. I tend these days to eschew anything that is not actual and come to realise that…

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