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Thread: New Antarctic Sea Ice Video – shows cycles and ice growth

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    New Antarctic Sea Ice Video – shows cycles and ice growth

    Global warming? The ice in the Antarctic has changed in 30 years!! In fact there is was more ice in the winter 2009 the the past 30 years. Almost 40% more!

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    Re: New Antarctic Sea Ice Video – shows cycles and ice growth

    Looks like a consistant pattern to me, Rumas

    it seems to peak at .7 each year. very interesting thanks for posting. obviously whoever is telling everyone the ice shelf is disappearing needs to watch that video....lol
    Last edited by Aragorn; July 5th, 2009 at 12:49 PM.

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