Predictions of an ice-free Arctic Ocean

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Global warming alarmists and climate scientists have predicted that the Arctic Ocean will be ice-free by 1979, or 2000, or 2008, or 2012, or 2013, or 2015, or 2020, or 2030, or 2050 or…

There is some debate about whether an ice-free Arctic Ocean would be a good thing or a bad thing. On the good side is that an ice-free Arctic Ocean would allow faster shipping of goods between continents and open the area for mineral exploration. On the allegedly bad side is that the albedo of the Arctic Ocean would decrease and thereby absorb more sunlight that might cause warming. The sea level issue is moot because floating ice displaces it own weight of water and there is only a minor difference between the mass/volume of salt water versus fresh water, so sea level rise would be minimal.

Let’s look at some recent melting Arctic predictions in the…

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  1. On Arctic, the temp gets below minus – 75C, average temp is -30C; therefore: if ice disappears, will be for other reasons, not because of global temperature

    2] ”albedo” crap is back to front!!!::: a] water has a mirror effect, better than ice reflecting sunlight b] for 6 months there is no sunlight to reflect BUT: exposed water in winter to the unlimited coldness in the atmosphere would absorb extra coldness and currents would spread it south into Atlantic. Therefore: Warmist concocted albedo crap in a hurry, as ”science on the run” unfortunately, most of the ”Skeptics” are consuming that crap…

    (look into a two inches puddle of water on the road – you will see upside down trees and 7km deep down clouds moving; do you know what that means? It means just that: albedo crap is just that, CRAP! Unfortunately, some skeptics are getting fattened on it..).

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