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Arctic/Antarctic, Climate Science, General Topics, New Ice Age

Is the North Pole Going to Melt entirely? asks Newspaper in 1923

Aah, but. . . was he a peer-reviewed mariner? You should know by now that data from humans do not count. Now if they’d had computers back in 1918 they would have known they had the wrong end of the stick (hockey).

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As the northern melt and polar bear worrying season gets underway, a timely reminder of the repetitive nature of ‘unprecedented’ climate happenings. H/T ‘IluvCO2’

Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 – 1954) Thursday 5 April 1923


Is the North Pole going to melt entirely? Are the Arctic regions warming up with prospect of a great climatic change in that part of the world? Science is asking these questions (says “Popular Science Siftings”). Reports from fishermen, seal hunters, and explorers who sail the seas around Spitsbergen and the Eastern Arctic all point to a radical change in climatic conditions, with hitherto unheard-of high temperatures on that part of the earth’s surface. Observations to that effect have covered the last five years during which the warmth has been steadily increasing. In August the Norwegian Department of Commerce sent an expedition to Spitsbergen and Bear Island under…

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