“…that good old Global Warming…”

Why is RUSSIA so warm? Why do we get all the ice? Yep. Russia.  Russia will be in the news as long as Arctic Vortex Collapse is tweeted away by a lack of scientific investigation.

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Photo above of a composite satellite image of the Barents Sea Islands and Kara Sea Islands and the Arctic Coast of Russia during the Arctic Sea Ice Minimum.  It is this stretch of ice-free, warming water that is responsible for Arctic Vortex collapse during the North American Winter. Bundled up East Coast is right!

As we have documented, and other science services continually update, Global Warming is responsible for the collapse of the Arctic Vortex every year since 2011…

NASA for example

“Collapse of the Arctic Vortex?” Yes. Look it up.

Every year, at the end of the Arctic Sea Ice summer melt, there is a minimum amount that is left.  This is called the “Arctic Sea Ice Minimum.” Scientists are pretty transparent on this.

Arctic Sea Ice Minimum – global warming is responsible for Vortex Collapse

The region to look at for severity of the Arctic Sea Ice Minimum is along the coast of Central Siberia and Northern Russia. “Russia?”  Yep.  Russia…again.

Ever since 2011, the amount of Arctic Sea Ice around the Barents Islands has dramatically decreased leading to instabilities in Arctic Vortex which surrounds the cold, frigid air of the Arctic from unleashing themselves onto the North American East Coast.

It is the gasps of a Earth dramatically out of balance, attempting to put itself in balance by eliminating the source of global warming.  Generally, this would happen smoothly. Now however, we have a dramatic shift each season.

Shielded somewhat is the Pacific edge of North America, as the Arctic winds crash down through the flat plains east of the Continental divide.  We have know about this since 2009 when it was first modelled.

2037 – No Arctic Sea ice is a little extreme. Right? Wrong!




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