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Ron Clutz Responds To Tamino

October 1, 2015

By Paul Homewood 




Ron Clutz posts a firm response to Tamino’s hit piece the other day:



Grant Foster and friends are committed to a warmer future and expect Arctic Ice extent to decline.  They are unhappy with me pointing out the lack of decline recently. So my post is off-message, and they are attacking the messenger.  Same old, same old.



Those hoping for an Arctic ice collapse this year are disappointed.  Everything was in their favor: a low March maximum, the Blob melting out Bering Sea early, a negative AO (Arctic Oscillation) with higher insolation most of the summer, and a major cyclone last August when ice edges are most fragile. Despite all that working against the ice, the extent was lower than 5M km2 ( 2014 minimum) for a period of only 28 days. Furthermore, the 12 month averages show extent slightly rising over the last 10 years, with 2015 second only to 2014.

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The full post, which is short and concise, is here.

  1. John F. Hultquist permalink
    October 2, 2015 3:53 am

    Someone named Richard made a comment on Ron’s site. My response:

    Richard says, “119 years”

    Now that’s funny.
    In any case, it has melted – in the early 1800s.
    Please read the part in red at the following:

  2. Adam Gallon permalink
    October 2, 2015 7:46 am

    Schoolboy error Ron. Foster Grant (Sorry, Grant Foster, still thinking hot & sunny) doesn’t let anything be posted in his comments, that goes against the teachings of the Holy Church of CAGW.
    If you try & engage with his echo chamber, you get your posts either consigned into oblivion, edited or just held up to abuse, ad homs & ridicule.

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