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According to Steven Goddard the latest NSIDC Arctic Sea Ice Extent data are not adding up primarily because the NSIDC Maps Show Above Normal Ice. But note - Their maps show this but not their graphs:

NSIDC graphs now show the ice almost 3% below normal. Pixel counting the map is not 100% accurate due to map distortions, but the large gap between their graph and their map is probably too much to be a projection issue.

Further indications that the graph should be above normal are provided by Cryosphere Today. They show Bering Sea ice 0.43 million km² above normal, and Barents Sea ice only 0.27 million km² below normal.


See http://www.real-science.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/regio...

and http://www.real-science.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/regio...

In other words, this very positive difference proves that the Arctic Sea Ice Extent is above normal.

http://www.real-science.com/nsidc-maps-show-above-normal-ice...

In the meantime, alarmists are celebrating the Arctic Death Spiral from Global Warming and the coming ice-free Arctic this summer. Why you say? Because if they ignore reality, then nobody will notice and global warming will return. Happy days are here again!


-=Ajax=-
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