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Re: Global Warming is WITH US
« Reply #1275 on: March 25, 2018, 09:22:28 pm »
For morons (i.e. fossil fuelers) who do not understand sea ice decline in the arctic:

AVERAGE sea ice thickness used to be around 5 to 6 meters. That was multi-year ice. NOW the multi-year ice is almost gone.

NEW ice that forms in the winter is only a little over one meter thick. THAT type of ice is becoming prevalent. THAT type of ice will allow sturdy vessels, which are NOT ice breakers, to plow through IN THE WINTER. As the article associated with the picture below CLEARLY stated, one of the new LNG carrying pigs DID cross the arctic this winter WITHOUT an ice breaker escort. The ice breaker in the picture is there in case they run into some thick ice.

However, imbeciles and other assorted MORONS may see a picture of ships in the ice, as below, and come to the incredibly IGNORANT, as well as STUPID, conclusion that there is "no lack of ice problem in the arctic 😇  ;) ". 

Teekay LNG carrier 🦖 Eduard Toll in the North Sea Route accompanied by an icebreaker in January 2018. Photo: Teekay

My God, how can people be so STUPID? ???

I'm glad you asked. 

You see, some people  have difficulties with logic when said logic condemns the fossil fuel industry profit over people and planet polluting status quo. Have a nice day, Palloy

Agelbert NOTE: This article is over one year old. It seems some people do not keep up with Climate Change reality. I know why.


Incredibly thin Arctic sea ice shocks researchers

Rare winter expedition near northern Norway finds weak ice that is increasingly vulnerable to storms.

Richard Monastersky 14 December 2016


Measurements made during summer expeditions have shown widespread thinning of Arctic sea ice, but researchers were not sure what the conditions were like in winter. “We saw a new Arctic where the ice is much thinner, only 3 to 4 feet thick,” says Granskog. “And this ice functions very differently than it did 10 years ago.”

That had ripple effects below the ice, says Amelie Meyer, an oceanographer at the Norwegian Polar Institute. “When storms came through, it moved the ice so fast that it actually stirred water under the ice. This helped bring warm water from below much closer to the surface and actually induced some melt of the ice from below.”


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