We’ve postulated an Arctic Ice Tipping Point (AITP) in our pre-Millennium past that will almost certainly result in a total loss of sea ice AND land ice in the Arctic.
Category Archives: Arctic Sea Ice Graphs
Seven year average below 14,000 km³
Arctic Sea Ice Volume 7-yr trailing average dove below 14,000 km³ for the first time on record on December 6. Excerpt from On the Tragic: Zapffe, the foremost existentialist philosopher from Norway, regards as ‘tragic’ our human over–equipped ability. Because of our ‘greatness’ as a species, we have longings, expectations and demands, that reality cannot fulfil. Man …
Five year average below 13,500 km³
Our ever–increased exercising of our abilities and wants already took us over the edge many decades ago, and maybe as early as 1941, when his masterpiece On the Tragic was published by Norway’s top publisher, Gyldendal. We triggered the complete loss of all ice on land and at sea, as well as the frozen ground known as permafrost. It’s a shame it had to end this way, with ‘6000 years of hopes and dreams’ being completely in vain. All of history, music, fine arts and philosophy: It was all for nought.
Five year average below 13,600 km³
The Greenpilled observer says ENOUGH! Your fake science, fake timelines, fake optimism & fake narratives won’t save anyone this time, as now it’s no longer about perception, but physical realities.
Six year average below 14,000 km³
Arctic Sea Ice Volume 6-yr running average dove below 14,000 km³ for the first time on record last July 21.
On the Tragic | Arctic Ice Tipping Point
We may wander out into the physical stunning beauty of the mountainous fjord regions trembling with fear that there’s nothing there at all. All stunning beauty and no meaning. Just a massive indifference all over: Nature just doesn’t care. In fact, even the fjords and breathtaking slopes and mountains we grew up with or learned to love later, were put there by pure chance and geological processes. We are alone in Cosmos.
Late October Arctic
We’re into the last two weeks of October, and there’s no snow here in Greenland’s capital Nuuk. For sure, the data from the satellites & models says there’s 0% chance of a 2020 Blue Ocean Event, but what does that really mean? We’re gonna look into that, and unpack it. So, obviously, a zero % …
Sea Ice Lies and Why People Post Them — Part 2
Beavies & Butthead ought to make an attempt at reading this post, which examines a claim from a tweeter who’s very confident our first Blue Ocean Event is many decades away, and who claims it can’t happen this year. The post proves 100% he is lying about this summer, question is more like, why? Another interesting …
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Sea Ice Lies and Why People Post Them
We know we haven’t seen ‘a perfect storm of meteorologically possible weather conditions’ for even a day in Summer 2020, but we know we lost about 81,000 km² of sea ice area from the Central Arctic Basin (CAB) on the 6th of July: It could be argued that ‘a perfect storm of meteorologically possible weather …
Arctic Update Mid–June
Thank God there are still simple matters in life where you don’t have to wonder or ponder about what actor did what to whom. And the abrupt disappearance of ice in the Arctic is just such a matter: No one did squat to stop it, and that’s why it’s going away. Take the 5-year average …