Arctic ice cover appears to have recovered, what does this actually mean in practice?
2 days ago the graph shows ice cover to be well within "1979-2000 Average plus or minus 2 Standard variations."
What does this mean for Global Warming, is the ice cover to be a permanent feature or just a "blip"?
What do climate realists make of it?
How come the word "volume" is suddenly in vogue, never mentioned before?
Wh is ice extent no longer important?
What personal attack have I made on Jeff, I assue you I couldn't be bothered?