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Lessons on climate grief from the people of the sea ice

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By Kelly MacNAMARA

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These "people of the sea ice" have endured years of dramatic warming that is ravaging their beloved landscape at the edge of the Arctic, forcing them to reimagine a way of life that goes back centuries.

yeah, uh..no.

https://notrickszone.com/2017/03/02/new-paper-indicates-there-is-more-arctic-sea-ice-now-than-for-nearly-all-of-the-last-10000-years/

https://www.severe-weather.eu/global-weather/arctic-sea-ice-second-highest-18-years-end-2021-rrc/

Theres more ice now than ever. We're good. Theyr'e good.

We're all going to be just fine.

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Theres more ice now than ever. We're good. Theyr'e good. We're all going to be just fine.

Yeah, uh.. no. We're not, and your 'data' is the very definition of cherry-picked and disingenuous.

We can dispense with your first reference, a publication whose name (NoTricksZone) conveys a sense of its reliability. (One commenter in the paper you referenced described it thusly: ...a blog where authors and commenters call the greenhouse effect a hoax and can’t do proper math …)

And you really should read all the way to the end of the other paper you reference. Here, let me help:

Climate projections forecast the total disappearance of summer sea ice in the Arctic by 2040, with the exception of the Last Ice Area. The Last Ice Area might represent the last refuge for ice-dependent species as the world warms.

I would say, nice try, but what you're trying to do isn't... nice.

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Yeah, uh.. no. We're not, and your 'data' is the very definition of cherry-picked and disingenuous.

So you can't refute that in fact, the Arctic has more ice now than ever. So you (predictably)claim the data is "cherry picked and disingenuous" without any proof whatsoever that it is.

Theres a reason why this story has received a whopping 2 posts. No one, and I mean no one believes the doomsday predictions anymore.

Especially this week where the natural endgame to the doomsday madness is a situation where North America is dependent on Russian oil and gas because of the suicidal choice to shut down output.

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