Browsed by
Tag: ice melt

Media ADMITS to methane deposits starting to release

Media ADMITS to methane deposits starting to release

Until today this has been roundly denied with Yale University putting out a series of videos a year or so ago ‘Sleeping giant’ Arctic methane deposits starting to release, scientists find Exclusive: expedition discovers new source of greenhouse gas off East Siberian coast has been triggered     The Guardian, 27 October, 2020   Scientists have found evidence that frozen methane deposits in the Arctic Ocean – known as the “sleeping giants of the carbon cycle” – have started to be released over a large…

Read More Read More

“It’s cold outside – it must be an Ice Age”: meanwhile ice melts in the Arctic

“It’s cold outside – it must be an Ice Age”: meanwhile ice melts in the Arctic

First the news; then I will give some context that is needed every time the weather turns cold (this time, REALLY COLD) in the United States. Some folk’s science extends as far as sticking their nose out the door. Texas Deploys National GuardAs ‘Grid Chaos’ Leaves Millions Freezing In Darkness Zero Hedge, 15 February, 2021 Here are the key takeaways from Texas rolling blackouts: The Weather Channel Warns Of “Dangerous” Cold Temperatures   Southwest Power Pool Says 17 States Limiting Energy Usage 3.368 million Texans…

Read More Read More

The Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans

The Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans

Snowstorms, the Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans By Dr. Andrew Glikson   Global Research, 23 February, 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 27 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). *** Warnings by leading climate scientists regarding the high sensitivity of the atmosphere in response to abrupt compositional changes, such as near-doubling of greenhouse gas concentrations, are now…

Read More Read More

Global warming due to loss of large ice masses and Arctic summer sea ice

Global warming due to loss of large ice masses and Arctic summer sea ice

Nature,   27 October, 2020 Abstract Several large-scale cryosphere elements such as the Arctic summer sea ice, the mountain glaciers, the Greenland and West Antarctic Ice Sheet have changed substantially during the last century due to anthropogenic global warming. However, the impacts of their possible future disintegration on global mean temperature (GMT) and climate feedbacks have not yet been comprehensively evaluated. Here, we quantify this response using an Earth system model of intermediate complexity. Overall, we find a median additional…

Read More Read More

How Michael Mann and others LIE as the Arctic sea ice melts in mid-winter

How Michael Mann and others LIE as the Arctic sea ice melts in mid-winter

I have recorded a short video based on a report on mid-winter sea ice melt by Margo as well as a video from Guy McPherson exposing out-and-out lying by Michael Mann and others about climate change that no doubt reflects a political, and not a scientific climate.   Note: I will report on people who I dislike and have rejected me if I think what they are saying is relevant and truthful. Truth and lies about Arctic sea ice Margo: Methane Report for NOAA Data…

Read More Read More

The Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans

The Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans

 Snowstorms, the Breach of the Arctic Vortex and the Effects of Ice Meltwater on the Oceans By Dr. Andrew Glikson Global Research, 23 February, 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 27 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). *** Warnings by leading climate scientists regarding the high sensitivity of the atmosphere in response to abrupt compositional changes, such as near-doubling of greenhouse gas concentrations, are now manifest:…

Read More Read More

How Michael Mann and others LIE as the Arctic sea ice melts in mid-winter

How Michael Mann and others LIE as the Arctic sea ice melts in mid-winter

I have recorded a short video based on a report on mid-winter sea ice melt by Margo as well as a video from Guy McPherson exposing out-and-out lying by Michael Mann and others about climate change that no doubt reflects a political, and not a scientific climate. Note: I will report on people who I dislike and have rejected me if I think what they are saying is relevant and truthful. Truth and lies about Arctic sea ice Margo: Methane Report for NOAA Data for…

Read More Read More

Softpeddling rapid changes in the Arctic

Softpeddling rapid changes in the Arctic

This is why (along with declining health and energy) I talk less about climate change than I used to and restricted myself to watching what is happening in the Arctic real time. It all takes a lot of time and energy, which I don’t have any more. Laptev Sea Not Refreezing  & Other Arctic Climate  Notes With Dr Zack Labe

A half-cock admission to the state of the Arctic sea ice

A half-cock admission to the state of the Arctic sea ice

As usual, they only tell HALF the story by citing sea ice extent without mentioning the sea ice thickness or that it is all just SLUSH ‘We have to pay attention’:  Warning as Arctic sea ice fails  to freeze at latest date on  record ‘The amount of open water this fall is absurd,’ says Zachary Labe, a climate scientist at Colorado State University the Independent, 26 October, 2020 Scientists have sounded the alarm over Arctic sea ice levels after researchers reported much of…

Read More Read More

OFFICIAL: Arctic sea ice refuses to re-freeze

OFFICIAL: Arctic sea ice refuses to re-freeze

Alarm as Arctic sea ice not yet freezing at latest date on record Delayed freeze in Laptev Sea could have knock-on effects across polar region, scientists say   the Guardian, 23 October, 2020 For the first time since records began, the main nursery of Arctic sea ice in Siberia has yet to start freezing in late October. The delayed annual freeze in the Laptev Sea has been caused by freakishly protracted warmth in northern Russia and the intrusion of Atlantic waters, say climate scientists…

Read More Read More

Wordpress Social Share Plugin powered by Ultimatelysocial
RSS