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October 9, 2012

NSIDC Ignored Antarctica in 2006 Too

Filed under: Antarctic Sea Ice,Mockery,NSIDC — sunshinehours1 @ 7:49 AM
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Antarctic Sea Ice Extent set an all time record in 2012. The previous record was set in 2006. In 2006 there were 30 days where the ice extent was over 19 million sq km. That record has not been broken and was 9 days more than the previous record holder (1998).

So what did the NSIDC have to say about it in 2006?

Nothing.

They mentioned the Arctic a lot. And Al Gore’s movie. And that there was going to be an open house. But they ignored Antarctica. If they were scientists and not propagandists shouldn’t they be interested in both poles and maximum records too?

 

 

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1 Comment »

  1. “If they were scientists and not propagandists shouldn’t they be interested in both poles and maximum records too?”

    Definitely, all the facts should be on the table, after-all it is science where the omission of facts could lead to a faulty conclusion.

    I did notice Antarctica Sea Ice Extent was up in 2006 just before the 2007 minimum in the Arctic, it’s very interesting, I find it odd that even the correlation is being ignored.

    Comment by Sparks — October 9, 2012 @ 5:47 PM | Reply


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