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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