Arctic sea ice
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New article making the MSM news rounds, now 12 foot thick sea ice around Greenland in summer is "normal" and because there is is much more ice than predicted its because of shifting winds, not cooling Atlantic water temperatures or the water pulse of cooler water under the ice. No mention of underwater volcanoes in the same areas that "the ice shifted" right at the mid-Atlantic ridge.


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