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Peter Ellis

Here's today's MODIS satellite image of the area in question between Svalbard and Franz Josef Land. It looks amazing:

Steven Goddard thinks it looks just peachy. As he says, "The PIPS maps show thick ice to the northeast of Svalbard, which appears to be correct from satellite images."

Peter Ellis

Bah, forgot the link.


*bites tongue*


Well, at least he's doing it on his own blog now, and not on the no 1 misleading and disinforming skeptic website.

Peter Ellis

More hilarity - I asked him why he excluded the NSIDC predictions from his bullseye chart, and he replied that it was because the predictions were too good. I'm not sure he realised that's what he'd said, though.


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