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“Old ice” breaking up north of Greenland

“Old ice” breaking up north of Greenland

All this has been behind heavy cloud From Sam Carana –    Sea ice (or rather the lack of it) north of Greenland on August 9, 2021. This is where years ago the thickest sea ice was located. The melt season will continue for more than one month time, to half September, so the situation is very worrying, as the disappearing thickness means that the buffer is gone, i.e. that the latent heat tipping point of Arctic sea ice has…

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News from the Arctic

News from the Arctic

Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Roundup with Margo (August 8, 2021) MY OWN OBSERVATIONS As usual the sea ice extent figures tell us very little.   When we can see very little from the satellites it is the US Navy representation of sea ice thickness that tells me most of what is actually happening The Nares Strait has opened up which provides a way of ice escaping. It is very cloudy but you can see the state of the ice…

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Arctic Apocalypse

Arctic Apocalypse

For me it stands out what Peter Wadhams brings to the table compared with Guy McPherson. I am fairly sure that Peter Wadhams was part of the legion that “betrayed” McPherson. Can you imagine it from this gracious, unassuming man?! An interview with Peter Wadhams   The Arctic is nearing the tipping point. The world’s leading polar scientist, Dr. Peter Wadhams, is headed to Greenland to study actual conditions there. He expects the blue ocean event, when the summer ice…

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Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Day turns into night and thick rain of ashes pours from sky in videos shared by residents Siberian Times 02 August 2021 . Day turned into night earlier today in several areas of Yakutia, with the sky turning orange and red and the Sun getting completely blocked by smog   Devastating scenes of dark-red skies, and the Sun completely blocked by smog from wildfires are coming today from the Republic of Sakha.  Russia’s largest territory, used to be known as the…

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Pauline Schneider: ” When Friends Turn, Is it From Directed Energy Beams or Something Else?”

Pauline Schneider: ” When Friends Turn, Is it From Directed Energy Beams or Something Else?”

Thanks once again to a friend who alerted me to this I can present the latest wisdom from Pauline Schneider which you can watch if you like;so far I have resisted the temptation. Apparently I join the legions of people who have “betrayed” the great man. “A long-time friend and supporter of Guy turned against Guy (and now me) when we couldn’t visit him as long as he’d hoped in New Zealand back in 2019. And now he’s turned into…

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Hugely distorted jet stream causes havoc 

Hugely distorted jet stream causes havoc 

  Arctic News, 25 July, 2021   On above image, the Jet Stream can be seen forming Omega patterns on the Northern Hemisphere, going circular over the Arctic Ocean and crossing the Equator. Why does the Jet Stream get distorted? The Arctic gets hit much harder by temperature rises. This causes the difference in temperature to narrow between the North Pole and the Equator. This in turn slows down the speed at which wind travels from the Tropics to the…

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Arctic sea ice report – 20 July, 2021

Arctic sea ice report – 20 July, 2021

Here is Margo’s full report from two days ago. Here is my summary, following on one from a month ago ARCTIC SEA ICE IS DETERIORATING QUICKLY   SEA ICE EXTENT The experts refer exclusively to sea ice extent an so doing provide a false picture of the real situation METHANE There is a lot more methane being released than a few weeks ago but there is a suspicion that the algos are hiding the real situation (as discussed by Margo)…

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Arctic sea ice disappearing fast

Arctic sea ice disappearing fast

Arctic News, 6 July, 2021 Above image, from the National Institute of Polar Research in Japan, shows Arctic sea ice extent at a record low for the time of year, on July 4, 2021, at 8.4 million km². Subsequently, the NSIDC also indicated that Arctic sea ice was at record low extent for the time of year, on July 5, 2021, at 8.867 million km² (image above).  Arctic sea ice is getting very thin rapidly, threatening the latent heat tipping point to get crossed…

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