Climate scientists have confessed they are baffled – yet again – by another all-time record area of sea covered by ice around the Antarctic coasts.
“What we’re learning is, we have more to learn,” said Ted Scambos, lead scientist at the US National Snow and Ice Data Center, announcing the latest annual sea ice maximum for the austral continent. According to the NSIDC:
Sea ice surrounding the Antarctic continent reached its maximum extent on September 22 at 20.11 million square kilometers (7.76 million square miles). This is 1.54 million square kilometers (595,000 square miles) above the 1981 to 2010 average extent, which is nearly four standard deviations above average. Antarctic sea ice averaged 20.0 million square kilometers (7.72 million square miles) for the month of September. This new record extent follows consecutive record winter maximum extents in 2012 and 2013. The reasons for this recent rapid growth are not clear. Sea ice in Antarctica has remained at satellite-era record high daily levels for most of 2014.
Climate scientists have been puzzled by the behavior of the southern ice for many years now. The most commonly used models say that its steady growth should not be happening in a warming world (though the warming of the world is also in doubt, as air temperatures have been steady for the last fifteen years or more – and it turns out that deep ocean temperatures are not increasing either, leaving the “mystery” of the apparent end of global warming “unsolved”).
This failure of reality to match up with climate modelling has, as some eminent climate scientists have noted, had the effect of “limiting confidence in the predictions” of severe warming and associated disasters this century.
Meanwhile at the other end of the planet the Arctic sea ice has covered lesser areas in recent times. The lowest Arctic area seen in the era of satellite measurements was in 2012, but the three consecutive record-high Antarctic maximal of 2012, 2013 and now 2014 have resulted in global sea ice levels this year and last year coming out pretty much normal. ® http://go.reg.cx/news/2cCn
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DID NOT GIVEN AN ANSWER FOR THE QUESTIONS, BUT MANY ARE ESTIMATING $250 TRILLION ( DOLLARS TWO HINDERED FIFTY TRILLION)
INTENTIONALLY TORCHING OF MOTHER EARTH
DEAR FRIENDS OF MOTHER EARTH,
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That fire, which covers 375 acres, is now 65% contained, but evacuation orders remain in effect for some areas, Cal Fire said.
Authorities say they want to allow people to return to their properties as soon as they can, but only when it’s safe to do so.
“At some point we’re going to have to remove this debris,” local fire official Koby Johns told KDRV. “And before that, we need to, one, make sure there’s nobody here. And two, make sure there’s nothing that’s going to fall and injure a firefighter.”
Announcing a state of emergency in El Dorado and Siskiyou, California Gov. Jerry Brown said, “The wildfires in Northern California serve as a reminder that dry conditions can be the precursor to devastating loss.”
Authorities have said California’s ongoing historic drought has helped fuel fires that have plagued areas across the state.
The causes of the King and Boles fires are still under investigation.
Here’s a summary of other wildfires, as of Friday:
— The Happy Camp Complex in Siskiyou County’s Klamath National Forest burned 130,139 acres and was 72% contained.
— The July Complex fire in Siskiyou County’s Klamath National Forest and surrounding area charred 50,042 acres and was 98% contained.
— The Meadow Fire in Mariposa County’s Yosemite National Park devastated 4,772 acres and was 90% contained.
— The Boles Fire in Siskiyou County’s city of Weed burned 479 acres and was 95% contained.
— The Courtney Fire in Madera County burned 320 acres and was 90% contained, with 56 structures damaged or destroyed.
— The Irene Fire in Alpine County’s El Dorado National Forest and Mokelumne Wilderness area burned 94 acres and was 45% contained.
— The June Fire in Mono County’s Inyo National Forest scorched 65 acres and was 65% contained.
— The Silverado Fire in Orange County’s Cleveland National Forest and Silverado Canyon area burned 968 acres and was
From SEPTEMBER. 9. 2014, that also before THE CLIMATE MARCH CONDUCTED BY CARBON DI OXIDE GROUP, SOLAR GROUP & WIND POWER GROUP, TWENTY THREE WILD FIRES WERE SET. There were no lightening but Fuel was found in many places THE SUSPECT must have connections to these GROUPS.
Through 17,200 Twitter informed , but non cared.
President OBAMA talked about CLIMATE CHANGE in UN. NOT mentioned about my findings even-though submitted my Research paper, ” CONNECTIONS OF MUSHROOMING OF DESALINATION SYSTEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTERS AROUND WORLD” (47 pages).
It was from 1980 MUSHROOMING OF DESALINATION SYSTEM STARTED IN THE MIDDLE EAST. “STOP SEA LEVEL RAISE NOW” & ” AIR CONDITIONING THE MOTHER EARTH” Climate Change Third Group. http://wp.me/p25H2W-cz via @Raveendrannaray http://joychenputhukulam.com/newsMore.php?newsId=37630
FEDERAL INVESTIGATORS MUST INVESTIGATE THESE FIRES AS MOTHER EARTH IS REPEATEDLY TORCHING & RAPING INTENTIONALLY FOR GAINS.
“AIR CONDITIONING THE MOTHER EARTH” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te9jtgRVsbY&feature=youtube_gdata_player