Regular readers may recall that way back when in September 2013 we wondered why David Rose hadn’t seen fit to reproduce any visualisations of Arctic sea ice concentration in a previous article about Arctic sea ice, particularly when his source materials from the NSIDC contained some very nice examples.
Category Archives: Concentration
How Many Subs In Santa’s Swimming Pool?
An extract from a discussion about submarines surfacing at the North Pole, courtesy of Steven Goddard’s “Real Science” blog. One of us must be blind!
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The Mail’s Concentration on Sea Ice Extent
Further to our previous communications about what we refer to here as “The Great White Con” I have now received another email from John Wellington, Managing Editor of the Mail on Sunday.
The Balding Arctic Exposed
I’ve recently received a letter signed by John Wellington who is the Managing Editor of The Mail on Sunday.
Referring to David Rose’s Mail on Sunday article of September 8th 2013 John says amongst many other things that:
Russia’s Northern Shores
Regular readers will have realised by now that we’ve been pestering the Mail and The Telegraph with telephone calls and emails for weeks now. That’s because, as The Economist put it last weekend:
Santa’s Secret Summer Swim
This weekend the Mail on Sunday admitted that the headline numbers in David Rose’s “And now it’s global COOLING!” article published on September 8th were inflated by a factor of approximately two. This is how they explained that discrepancy to their faithful readers:
The “Polar Polynya” Reappears!
Whatever David Rose may say in the Mail on Sunday, satellite images from high above the Arctic make it abundantly clear that there is in fact no “unbroken ice sheet [that] already stretches from the Canadian islands to Russia’s northern shores.”