Oh, What A Tangled Web We Weave ….. Arctic Ice Data Found!!! Confirms Steve Goddard’s Info

This variation is worse than we thought! Thanks

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Finally!!!!  This has been frustrating for me.  I once found some ice date going back to 1973.  This was a couple of years ago.  I hadn’t been able to locate it since.  I was looking for something different at the time, so I didn’t mark it. 

Readers of Steve’s Real Science will know that periodically he writes posts regarding the Arctic Sea ice prior to the 1978-1979 starting point most people see, because that’s what our public servant scientists always shows us.  Here’s a recent post of Steve’s in this regard.  And, here’s a graphic that he often uses, which is from the 1995 IPCC report.

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But, I’ve always wanted some hard numbers to back that up.  Remembering that I once saw said data, but, couldn’t find it again, has bothered me for a long time.  It’s been said, if you lose something, start doing what you were…

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Wind Chill and How it Can Affect You

TheSurvivalPlaceBlog

Wind chill is a measure of the combined effects of wind and temperature.  Temperature alone does not give a true indication of the impact of cold.  The human body loses heat through convection, evaporation, conduction, and radiation.  Wind chill has a direct affect on convection.  As your body surface heats the air around it, it forms an insulating layer of warm air against the surface.  Moving air or wind disrupts this layer, allowing for new, cooler air to replace the warm air against the surface.  The faster the wind speed, the quicker you lose heat and the faster the surface cools.

A wind chill chart will show you the affect that wind can have upon the human body and how fast it can cause you to lose heat.  As you will see from the following chart, it makes a big difference.wind chill

If wind chill is a problem, get out of the…

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Wind Chill and How it Can Affect You

TheSurvivalPlaceBlog

Wind chill is a measure of the combined effects of wind and temperature.  Temperature alone does not give a true indication of the impact of cold.  The human body loses heat through convection, evaporation, conduction, and radiation.  Wind chill has a direct affect on convection.  As your body surface heats the air around it, it forms an insulating layer of warm air against the surface.  Moving air or wind disrupts this layer, allowing for new, cooler air to replace the warm air against the surface.  The faster the wind speed, the quicker you lose heat and the faster the surface cools.

A wind chill chart will show you the affect that wind can have upon the human body and how fast it can cause you to lose heat.  As you will see from the following chart, it makes a big difference.wind chill

If wind chill is a problem, get out of the…

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