Well, yesterday, I showed where the Arctic wasn’t diminishing anymore. Today, I thought I’d show recent global sea ice.
It’s hardly perceptible, but, depending on how one wishes to look at it, the global sea ice is actually gaining.
Of course, there are people who wish to use “anomaly”, so here it is.
Yeh, I probably should have scaled it to the same scale of the total sea ice, but, look at what all the whining, crying, moaning, and gnashing of teeth was about ….. 1/2 million sq kilometers. That’s about 1/40th of our sea ice, on average. I wonder what the margin of error is on any given day, and how we handle it.