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How can Arctic ice be re-frozen with geoengineering?

UNNECESSARY. Mother Nature is in control and while it would be wonderful if the Arctic lost its summer ice because summer polar ice is the key reason the earth stays in the Quaternary Ice Age. This is not happening. Indeed, summer ice is expanding not melting because temperatures are not falling as predicted.Misinformation about the Arctic melt abounds and the data has been adjusted to make it appear warmer than reality so first hand observation is the most valid way to know what is going on. Evidence of too much summer ice in the Arctic comes from shipping companies unusual challenge of being stuck in the ice in the summer.“With or without icebreaker, Qajaq can't get through, says coast guardSocial Sharing'We're battling ice conditions that we haven't seen in 30 years,' says Minister Steve Crocker”CBC News ·Posted: Mar 15, 2019 6:00 AM NT | Last Updated: March 15“The MV Qajaq W is a refurbished European vessel, bought by the Newfoundland and Labrador government to replace the aging Apollo on the Strait of Belle Isle. (Submitted)The new ferry in the Strait of Belle Isle doesn't have the same horsepower as the old Apollo, so even with an ice breaker, it's risky to travel in this year's ice conditions, says the Canadian Coast Guard.But the province says this year's severe ice conditions are unprecedented, and even an icebreaker got stuck in the thick ice."The ice conditions are just too severe for this ferry to run. It's a new ferry, it has less power than the Apollo, so we're very cautious, everyone's being very cautious, as they should be," Durnford said."Don't want to get that ferry out there and then get stuck for days with people on board, because that's a potential that could happen in this situation."Durnford told CBC's Labrador Morning."At the site of the ferry crossing, it's a bottle neck, so all the ice from down south in the gulf is kind of just squeezing up through the Strait, and that's what's causing all this ice pressure that you hear about and why the ferry is not able to follow behind the ice breaker."'We're all at the mercy of Mother Nature'Durnford said the ferry's captain is the one who has to weigh the risks each day about whether to chance a sailing."Coast guard does have concerns with the capability of the vessel, given its lower horsepower and its ability to follow behind the icebreakers," said Durnford.The MV Apollo, seen here in 2015, waiting for icebreakers to clear a route through the ice. Government says the Qajaq is stronger in ice than the previous ferry. (CBC)The Department of Transportation said temporary arrangements to deliver essential food and supplies to some Labrador communities and that government "understands the frustrations of ferry users."The crews of the Qajaq and the Henry Larsen will make an assessment at first light Friday about whether or not to take the trip. Durnford said that with any luck, and the changing winds in the forecast, he's hopeful pressure will ease up.But it's no guarantee."We're all at the mercy of Mother Nature, and we feel for the people who are stranded there."”COMMENT“Harold Asmis7 months agoThe Arctic ice volume chart is going back in time and should soon break new records. We are back into 70's cold and won't come out of it for 20 years. They should make provisions for a minor ice age.”“Global Warming Smackdown: Tankers Trapped In Midsummer Arctic Sea IceJULY 2, 2018tags: ArcticBy Paul HomewoodFrom GWPF:imageGLOBAL WARMING SMACKDOWN - Arctic Midsummer FreezeShipping in the Gulf of Ob is paralysed and the situation complicated, icebreaker company Rosatomflot says. | The Independent Barents ObserverVia The Barents Observer :It is late June, but the winter has not abandoned the Gulf of Ob. The shallow bay, which houses two of Russia’s biggest Arctic out-shipment terminals for oil and gas, remains packed with fast ice.It has created a complicated situation, Rosatomflot says. The state company which manages the Russian nuclear-powered icebreakers, confirms that independent shipping in the area is «paralysed» and that LNG carriers and tankers are stuck.The shipping companies had expected the Gulf of Ob to be free of ice in the course of June and that icebreaker assistance would not be necessary. They were wrong.According to Rosatomflot, there appears to be a need for icebreaker services in the area at least until after the first week of July. There are currently two nuclear-powered icebreakers in the Gulf of Ob, the «Taymyr» and the «Vaygach». In addition, there are several smaller tugs and icebreakers working in the waters around the Sabetta port.According to the icebreaker company, this is the first summer in four years that the Gulf of Ob is packed with this much ice.«The global warming, which there has been so much talk about for such a long time, seems to have receded a little and we are returning to the standards of the 1980s and 1990s,» says company representative Andrey Smirnov.Read on…AND how we have been repeatedly promised the “end of summer Arctic ice” by the Climate Crisis Industry and sycophant mainstream media!HOW sure they were that your lifestyle and “carbon pollution” was melting away the Arctic and drowning cuddly Polar Bears!2007 : BBC claimed Arctic summers would be ice free ‘by 2013′…GLOBAL WARMING SMACKDOWN! Tankers Trapped In Midsummer Arctic Sea IceAnd from Twillingate: “Basically it’s just an ocean of ice ahead of us.’ – Derrick Bath, Polar VentureDerrick Bath’s Polar Venture has spent hours trying to make it through the ice near Twillingate. (Submitted by Danny Bath)ARCTIC SEA ICEArctic Ice Goes Above AveragePosted onApril 26, 2017 by Ron Clutz“Heavy ice is making it impossible for fishermen from the Twillingate area to get to their crab fishing grounds. It may not open up until mid-May. (Twitter/@jeddore1972) Source: CBCThe title of this post sounds contradictory to most of what the media is saying about Arctic ice being in a tailspin, setting records for low extents, etc. And reports of ice blocking Newfoundland also fly in the face of media claims.I will let you in on a secret: Arctic Ocean ice is doing fine and well above the decadal average. The only place where ice is below normal is outside the Arctic Ocean, namely Bering and Okhotsk Seas in the Pacific. Claims of disappearing ice pertain not to the Arctic itself, but to marginal Pacific seas that will melt out anyway in September.I noticed the pattern this April when it became obvious that including Bering and Okhotsk in the Arctic totals gives a misleading picture. For sure they are part of Northern Hemisphere (NH) total sea ice, but currently the Pacific is going its own way, not indicative of the sea ice in the Central and Atlantic Arctic.Graphically, MASIE shows that, excluding Bering and Okhotsk, 2017 Arctic Ocean sea ice is well above the 11 year average. Note that 2017 Arctic ice started April 100k km2 below average, and has now opened up a lead of ~300k km2 above average.”Arctic Ice Goes Above Average“Another “Ship of Fools” gets grounded in Arctic ice, needs rescueAnthony Watts / August 27, 2018Remember this? The ill-fated “Spirit of Mawson” expedition to Antarctica (in the Akademik Shokalskiy) that set out to bring attention to “global warming” only to be trapped in ice?It’s deja vu all over again. (with h/t to Yogi Berra)We have another winner! This time in the Arctic.A few weeks ago I covered this:Student propaganda cruise to the Arctic to be carried by webcastFrom August 23 to Sept. 13, the University of Rhode Island’s Inner Space Center (ISC), with major funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation and additional support from the Heising-Simons Foundation, will conduct the innovative Northwest Passage Project research expedition with a team of natural and social scientists, students, and a professional film crew. This ground-breaking opportunity is also supported by One Ocean Expeditions as a key marine partner, having operated in Arctic waters for over 20 years.Research to aid understanding of / document climate change effectsAboard the Akademik Ioffe, the team will collect water, ice, and air samples to advance understanding of and document the effect climate change is having on the environment and biodiversity in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.…The expedition team will engage a wide public audience through an extensive and unprecedented Internet presence from the area, including Facebook Live broadcasts from sea. Special interactive broadcasts will be beamed via the Inner Space Center (ISC), the U.S. facility that supports ocean exploration and education, to three prestigious science museums across the country – the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, the Exploratorium, San Francisco CA, and the Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward AK.Then predictably, this happened according to the Facebook page of thetour company, One Ocean ExpeditionsInner Space Center:On the morning of August 24th, the Akademik Ioffe — the vessel carrying the participants of the National Science Foundation funded Northwest Passage Project being conducted by the University of Rhode Island — became grounded in the western Gulf of Boothia in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The ship has since been re-floated, and following a full and successful systems check the vessel has repositioned to anchor. We are happy to report that all passengers, including all Northwest Passage Project participants, are safe and are being well cared for. We will provide updates as we resolve the situation.Then the Canadian Coast Guard service had this to say:Good morning, Due to heavier than normal ice concentrations in the Canadian arctic waters north of 70 degrees, the Canadian Coast Guard, recommends that pleasure craft do not navigate in the Beaufort Sea, Barrow, Peel Sound, Franklin Strait and Prince Regent. CCG icebreakers cannot safely escort pleasure craft. Operators of pleasure craft considering a northwest passage should also consider the risk of having to winter in a safe haven in the Arctic, or in the case of an emergency, be evacuated from beset vessels. Safety of mariners is our primary concern. REGARDS, NORDREG CANADA 181256UTC\LRAnd then, comes the familiar evacuation plan:25 Aug 2018 – KUGAARUK, Nunavut – Cpl. Serge Yelle of the RCMP detachment says he expects between 80 and 90 of the passengers will fly from the remote Arctic coastline community back to Yellowknife.The Transportation Safety Board is considering whether it will send investigators to the site.A board spokesman says the ship has suffered some damage.On its website, the tour operator – One Ocean Expeditions – describes the 117-metre Akademik Ioffe as a “modern, comfortable, safe and ice-strengthened” vessel that can host 96 passengers and 65 staff and crew.Passengers on grounded Arctic cruise ship to be flown back to YellowknifeIt seems global warming zealots are condemned to repeat the past, over and over again.”Another “Ship of Fools” gets grounded in Arctic ice, needs rescue“Going to Antarctica is no easier BECAUSE OF EXPANDED ICE.Icebreaker gets stuck; rescue stalled‘A Chinese icebreaker heading to rescue a ship trapped off Antarctica now finds itself stuck in the same ice.Source: CNNIcebreaker gets stuck; rescue stalledAND how we have been repeatedly promised the “end of summer Arctic ice” by the Climate Crisis Industry and sycophant mainstream media!HOW sure they were that your lifestyle and “carbon pollution” was melting away the Arctic and drowning cuddly Polar Bears!2007 : BBC claimed Arctic summers would be ice free ‘by 2013′…BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’2007 : Arctic Sea Ice Gone in Summer Within Five Years? | National GeographicArctic Sea Ice Gone in Summer Within Five Years? | National Geographic2007 : AP Fake News climate activist Seth Borenstein reported “Could all Arctic ice be gone by 2012″…Star-News – Google News Archive Search2008 : ARCTIC activist fake ‘scientist’ Mark Serreze predicted an “ice free” Arctic by 2008!”This is a composite photo of the Arctic in July 2019.Arctic temperatures are oscillating near freezing nowand for at least the past 5000 years. Ice expands and contracts but stays too strong to be evidence of any climate change in the direction of global warming.The earth is cooling and the Arctic ice is not melting away.REFERENCESThe fears of massive Arctic melt were false.The newspapers of the seventies showed by the NY Times story that climate past including Medieval Warming and the Little Ice Age was well accepted science.Major concern in 1970 triggers investigation by the US and Soviet Union, “why the Arctic climate is becoming more frigid, why parts of the Arctic sea ice have recently become ominously thicker and whether the extent of that ice cover contributes to the onset of ice ages.”[Of course the very definition of an ice age is dependent on polar ice not melting] The issue of the fear of runaway cooling is relevant to show the swings in climate even in a short 100 years. This contradicts alarmism because the seventies after the war was major time for industrialization from fossil fuels.In fact this summer the Ice breaker taking food supplied to the Inuit became stranded for the first time forcing supplies to be helicoptered by the Canadian navy.Greenland’s Glaciers Expanding AgainARCTIC Ice Hockey StickPosted: July 19, 2018 | Author: Jamie Spry | Filed under:“MOTHER NATURE, once again, not complying with the prognostications and computer models of the Climate Crisis Industry!Science MattersUpdate July 18, 2018No one knows how long this divergence of surplus ice will persist, but for now 2018 Arctic ice extent resembles a hockey stick. Presently the ice is 525k km2 above 11 year average (2007 to 2017 inclusive) and ~1M km2 greater than 2007. More detailed report from July 14 below. or without icebreaker, Qajaq can't get through, says coast guard'We're battling ice conditions that we haven't seen in 30 years,' says Minister Steve CrockerCBC News · Posted: Mar 15, 2019 6:00 AM NT | Last Updated: March 15The MV Qajaq W is a refurbished European vessel, bought by the Newfoundland and Labrador government to replace the aging Apollo on the Strait of Belle Isle. (Submitted)The new ferry in the Strait of Belle Isle doesn't have the same horsepower as the old Apollo, so even with an ice breaker, it's risky to travel in this year's ice conditions, says the Canadian Coast Guard.But the province says this year's severe ice conditions are unprecedented, and even an icebreaker got stuck in the thick ice.{“Climate Myths Debunked: Antarctica, Arctic, Glacier National Park and HonoluluBy Jack Dini —— Bio and Archives--June 24, 2019“Global Warming-Energy-Environment |AntarcticaThe Global Environment and Marine Department of the Japanese Meteorological Agency recently corrected the long term trend in the annual mean sea ice extent in the Antarctic area, reporting more than a 25% adjustment (15,000 sq km to 19,000 sq km). So while chunks the size of Manhattan may break off from time to time, about 300 Manhattans of new ice get added annually. Researchers also add that the annual maximum and annual mean sea ice extents have shown a long term trend of increase since 1979. (1)A number of other studies have been showing the opposite of what was predicted earlier has been happening down at the south Pole, except for volcanic activity beneath parts of the Antarctic ice shelf. Recent data have been presented for 11 Antarctic stations under operation, scattered along the Antarctic coastline and operated by various countries. These are not impacted by volcanic activity.(2)Results? Zero warming which is really inconvenient news for global warming alarmists. Just when they predicted the south Pole would warm and start a dramatic melting, the opposite has in fact happened.ArcticModeled data by the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) show that Arctic sea ice stopped shrinking 13 years ago, defying earlier predictions made by climate scientists and models.Like the fact that Antarctica’s stations were in fact cooling somewhat rather than warming, this also comes as a surprise. June 1st, with the Arctic melt season in earnest, is a good time to check Arctic ice volume. Here as well we find an equally surprising trend. Instead of shrinking rapidly, as is often claimed by the global warming alarmist scientists and media, Arctic sea ice volume has not shrunk in 13 years. In fact, the ice has in reality even grown a bit. And when we look at Arctic sea ice volume each year for June 1st this decade, early June ice volume has trended up over the current decade. (3)Pierre Gosselin asks, “How can anyone say the Arctic ice has been rapidly melting recently? The answer is they can’t. Anyone claiming otherwise is just plain lying.”Glacier National ParkOfficials as Glacier National Park (GNP) have begun quietly removing and altering signs and government literature which told visitors that the Park’s glaciers were all expected to disappear by either 2020 or 2030. (4)In recent years the National Park Service prominently featured brochures, signs and films which boldly proclaimed that all glaciers at GNP were melting away rapidly. But now officials at GNP seem to be scrambling to hide or replace their previous hysterical claims while avoiding any notice to the public that the claims were inaccurate. Teams have noted that GNP’s most famous glaciers such as the Grinnell Glacier and the Jackson Glacier appear to have been growing—not shrinking—since about 2010. The Jackson Glacier may have grown as much as 25% or more over the past decade. (4)As recently as September 2018 the diorama in the visitors center displayed a sign saying GNP’s glaciers were expected to disappear completely be 2020.But at some point during this past winter workers replaced the diorama’s ‘gone by 2020’ engraving with a new sign indicating the glaciers will disappear in ‘future generations.’The ‘gone by 2020’ claims were repeated in the New York Times, National Geographic and other international news sources. But no mainstream news outlet has done any meaningful reporting regarding the apparent stabilization and recovery of the glaciers in GNP over the past decade. Even local Montana news sources such as the Missoulian, Billings Gazette and Bozeman Daily Chronicle have remained utterly silent regarding this story.A recent report by Daniel Greenfield covers the GNP fiasco in detail, ending this this biting observation, “The glaciers of GNP seem likely to outlive the environmentalist who had spent the bulk of his career predicting their doom. And, if the Department of the Interior cleans house, they will outlive his career.” (5)Honolulu BeachesAylin Woodward wrote in Business Insider, “Hawaii’s iconic Waikiki Beach could be engulfed by the ocean in 20 years—here’s the plan to save it.”Anthony Watts says this claim is totally bogus.According to official NOAA data, there is a 1.49 mm per year sea level trend dating back to the year 1900. Waikiki Beach is about 8 feet above the mean sea level. In 20 years, sea level would have advanced only 1.49 mm/year x 20 years = 0.098 feet, not 8 feet or more. As Watts notes, “Once again, reporters can’t do basic math, but they can sure exaggerate.” (6)Ho hum, just more catastrophic predictions to add to the heap of failed predictions that a lot of alarmists and media conveniently ignore.”References1. P. Gosselin, “Japanese Meteorological Agaency corrects Antarctic’s long term sea ice growth trend upwards,” "Not here to worship what is known, but to question it" - Jacob Bronowski. Climate and energy news from Germany in English - by Pierre L. Gosselin, June 1, 20182. P. Gosselin, “10 of 10 coastal Antarctic stations show zero warming over past decades. Failed scientists need to resign,” "Not here to worship what is known, but to question it" - Jacob Bronowski. Climate and energy news from Germany in English - by Pierre L. Gosselin, May 31, 20193. P. Gosselin, “Climate scientists astounded…No Arctic ice loss in 13 years, early June Arctic ice growing,” "Not here to worship what is known, but to question it" - Jacob Bronowski. Climate and energy news from Germany in English - by Pierre L. Gosselin, June 4, 20194. Tyler Durden, “Glacier National Park quietly removes its ‘gone by 2020’ signs,” June 10, 2019, On a long enough timeline the survival rate for everyone drops to zero5. Daniel Greenfield, “Thriving glaciers and doomed environmentalists,” Canada Free Press, June 17, 20196. Anthony Watts. “Another climate lie bites the dust—No, Honolulu’s beaches aren’t going to disappear in 20 years,” Watts Up With That?, April 25, 2019″“No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate changeJyrki K. Kauppinen, Pekka MalmiPublished 2019Clouds are the direct control knob of temperature witnessed by all.“In this paper we will prove that GCM-models used in IPCC report AR5 fail to calculate the influences of the low cloud cover changes on the global temperature. That is why those models give a very small natural temperature change leaving a very large change for the contribution of the green house gases in the observed temperature. This is the reason why IPCC has to use a very large sensitivity to compensate a too small natural component. Further they have to leave out the strong negative feedback due to the clouds in order to magnify the sensitivity. In addition, this paper proves that the changes in the low cloud cover fraction practically control the global temperature.”[PDF] No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change - Semantic Scholar“new science finds human activity has virtually zero impact on global temperatures07/12/2019 / By Mike Adams“Finnish scientists spearheaded the research, releasing a paper entitled, “No Experimental Evidence for the Significant Anthropogenic Climate Change.”The paper explains that IPCC analysis of global temperatures suffers from a glaring error — namely, failure to account for “influences of low cloud cover” and how it impacts global temperatures. Natural variations in low cloud cover, which are strongly influenced by cosmic radiation’s ability to penetrate Earth’s atmosphere due to variations in the strength of our planet’s magnetosphere, account for nearly all changes in global temperature, the researchers explain.As this chart reveals, more cloud cover is inversely related to temperature. In other words, clouds shield the surface of the Earth from the sun, providing shade cover cooling, while a lack of clouds results in more warming:Cloud cover accounts for the real changes in global temperaturesThis is further supported by researchers at Kobe University in Japan who published a nearly simultaneous paper that reveals how changes in our planet’s magnetic field govern the intensity of solar radiation that reaches the lower atmosphere, causing cloud formation that alters global temperatures.See more research papers from Jyrki Kauppinen at this link on And stay informed by reading”

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