No Ice at the North Pole

The chance of ice disappearing this summer? 50/50. Worrisome, I'd say.


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  • Steve says:

    Why is this worrisome? The reason there is no ice at that particular point is due to winds shifting the locations of the ice that is there. So the winds just moved the ice from one spot to another. In fact, there is more polar ice this year than there was last year.

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