Saturday, 28 September 2013

Arctic Ice Cap Growing at Tremendous Rate

Putting the truth of climate change into the public arena.
'Six years ago, the BBC reported that the Arctic, due to global warming, would be ice-free by this summer. That, clearly, has not happened. What has happened, instead, is that the Arctic ice cap has grown at a tremendous rate, by almost a million square miles. In other words, it has grown by a whopping 60%, due to constantly repeating periodic ocean cycles.

What explains the rapid growth of the Arctic ice cap?

The Arctic summer has been a chillier than usual one, which has helped the ice cap rebound from its record low just a year ago in 2012.

This is the time of the year when the fall refreeze of the ice occurs, but already, an ice sheet that is over half the size of Europe extends between the Canadian Islands to the northern shores of Russia.
Pack-ice has blocked the Northwest Passage the entire year. Over 20 yachts that had planned to traverse it haven't been able to, as they've been left ice-bound. Some of the yachts are stuck at the passage's eastern end located in Prince Regent Inlet. The other yachts are stuck at Cape Bathurst, further to the west.'

More here but not on the warmist believing BBC.

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