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Robert S

The North Pacific "Blob" of positive temperature anomaly seems to be becoming a near permanent feature. Depending on the rate of flow into the arctic at any given time, delayed freeze or accelerated melt is not surprising.

AnotherJourneybyTrain

Any truth to this:

    Science Newsfrom research organizations Melting Arctic sea ice linked to emergence of deadly virus in marine mammals Loss of ice opens pathways for disease transmission among sea lions, ice seals, sea otters and others Date: November 7, 2019 Source: University of California - Davis Summary: Scientists have linked the decline in Arctic sea ice to the emergence of a deadly virus that could threaten marine mammals in the North Pacific, according to a study.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/11/191107112926.htm

(It was in Nevens Artic Sea Ice News)

??

wayne

There are lots of unusual gyrations from vortices within the struggling mangled Polar Vortex this fall:

https://eh2r.blogspot.com/2019/11/stretched-out-warmed-polar-vortex.html

https://eh2r.blogspot.com/2019/11/arctic-resurrection-lows-passing-baffin.html

A massive cloud clearing usually happens from Mid-October, not this autumn

https://eh2r.blogspot.com/2019/11/november-clearance-not-sale-of-arctic.html

Finally I have a bone to pick with Canadian professor out of his depth thanks to the fame he somehow acquired by battling the rights transvestites (sounds funny but is no joke).

However this is an excellent opportunity to reintroduce basic sun energy facts and to warn others, who one day will have fame, not to let it go to their heads:

https://eh2r.blogspot.com/2019/11/a-little-word-on-solar-panels-not-quite.html

Also a little word of praise to those like Neven with solar panels on their rooftops. They work even in Canada! I am so proud to say.

wayne

rights of ...... opps :) is good to be back

Kevin McKinney

Just checking back in to see how things are evolving... and the answer is, they look pretty bad. Not shockingly, news-makingly bad, perhaps, but an SIE that's nearly as low as the 2016 record for time of year certainly doesn't suggest that anything good is happening.

:-(

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