So how much ice did we lose from the previous decade to this one? Let’s start with the good news, shall we? We lost only 6.6% flat, 2D surface cover. What the bad news is? Well, we lost 21.8% of the sea ice. So there’s that.
#GoodHopeModel October 27: Our first ½ year long Arctic Blue Ocean Event could come as early as 2024–35. No sea ice for 6 months, in as little as 5–16 years?
And about that: Going South predicted on the 6th episode of the Talking South talkshow on November 7th last year, that the Deep State / Military Industrial Complex would collapse along with Civilisation during the 2020s or 2030s, and here in August Pentagon confirms this analysis in its own report:
You can learn more about the Good Hope Model on YouTube:
For some of the consequences of a summer half year Blue Ocean Event, press Play:
The 365–day running average for sea ice extent is now lower than 9.81 million km² and dropping by about 35 thousand km² per month. The prognosis suggests 2019 could be lowest on record for the all–year average, pushing 2016 to #2 for low sea ice cover.
The 365–day running average for sea ice volume is still 2nd lowest and lower than 13.61 thousand km³, dropping by about 50 km³ per month. The prognosis suggests we’ll go lower than 2012 for the all–year average, pushing 2012 to #3 for low sea ice.
The Year–To–Date average extent has been all–time low now since late September. The 4 lowest years are also still the 4 latest years: 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019. These 4 will knock 2012 down to #5 for the full year.