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    Antarctic Sea Ice Sets Another Record

    That is correct another record. The most Ice recorded on a certain day. So much for the doom and gloom of GW


    Antarctic Sea Ice Sets Another Record - Forbes


    Antarctic sea ice set another record this past week, with the most amount of ice ever recorded on day 256 of the calendar year (September 12 of this leap year). Please, nobody tell the mainstream media or they might have to retract some stories and admit they are misrepresenting scientific data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    That is correct another record. The most Ice recorded on a certain day. So much for the doom and gloom of GW


    Antarctic Sea Ice Sets Another Record - Forbes
    feel free to tell us how your moronic author figures that the decline of arctic sea ice is good for polar bears!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitedog View Post
    feel free to tell us how your moronic author figures that the decline of arctic sea ice is good for polar bears!!
    I guess you did not read the article

    NPR failed to mention anywhere in its article that Antarctic sea ice has been growing since satellites first began measuring the ice 33 years ago and the sea ice has been above the 33-year average throughout 2012.

    Polar bear population is growing


    Sun News : Polar bear population growing


    Canada's polar bear population is healthy contrary to predictions of decline, a new survey shows.

    An aerial survey of western Hudson Bay - considered one of the most at-risk areas - counted 1,013 polar bears in August, according to data released by the Nunavut government.

    A study in 2004 counted 935 bears and predicted populations would decline to about 610 by 2011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    I guess you did not read the article




    Polar bear population is growing


    Sun News : Polar bear population growing
    but they are severly underweight and getting more so each year. they eat ONLY WHEN THERE IS SOLID ICE IN THE BAY. the numbers of young bears is decreasing.

    he study’s conclusions drew concern from Andrew Derocher, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Alberta who has been studying polar-bear populations for years. Prof. Derocher said the 1,013 figure is derived from a range of 717 bears to 1,430. “It’s premature to draw many conclusions,” he said, adding that there were no comparative figures and the upper end of the range, 1,430, was highly unlikely.

    Prof. Derocher also said some details in the survey pointed to a bear population in trouble. For example, the survey identified 50 cubs, which are usually less than 10 months old, and 22 yearlings, roughly 22 months old. That’s nearly one-third the number required for a healthy population, he said. “This is a clear indication that this population is not sustaining itself in any way, shape, or form.”

    Healthy polar bear count confounds doomsayers - The Globe and Mail

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitedog View Post
    but they are severly underweight and getting more so each year. they eat ONLY WHEN THERE IS SOLID ICE IN THE BAY. the numbers of young bears is decreasing.

    he study’s conclusions drew concern from Andrew Derocher, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Alberta who has been studying polar-bear populations for years. Prof. Derocher said the 1,013 figure is derived from a range of 717 bears to 1,430. “It’s premature to draw many conclusions,” he said, adding that there were no comparative figures and the upper end of the range, 1,430, was highly unlikely.

    Prof. Derocher also said some details in the survey pointed to a bear population in trouble. For example, the survey identified 50 cubs, which are usually less than 10 months old, and 22 yearlings, roughly 22 months old. That’s nearly one-third the number required for a healthy population, he said. “This is a clear indication that this population is not sustaining itself in any way, shape, or form.”

    Healthy polar bear count confounds doomsayers - The Globe and Mail
    I see nothing about them being underweight. This prof is trying to justify GW but he can not

    GW has nothing and is caught in another lie so they try to justify it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    I see nothing about them being underweight. This prof is trying to justify GW but he can not

    GW has nothing and is caught in another lie so they try to justify it
    YOU SEE NOTHING??!! hahahahahaahahaha so who the f8ck are you??

    The basic facts are as follows: The region’s polar bears have been forced to spend an extra week per decade onshore; the bears have been losing, on average, more than 20 pounds per decade; the body mass of the bears has been steadily declining; females have lost 10 percent of their body length; and the population has dropped from 1,200 to 900 in three decades, with much of the decline coming in the last 10 years.

    For Hudson Bay Polar Bears, The End is Already in Sight by : Yale Environment 360

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitedog View Post
    YOU SEE NOTHING??!! hahahahahaahahaha so who the f8ck are you??

    The basic facts are as follows: The region’s polar bears have been forced to spend an extra week per decade onshore; the bears have been losing, on average, more than 20 pounds per decade; the body mass of the bears has been steadily declining; females have lost 10 percent of their body length; and the population has dropped from 1,200 to 900 in three decades, with much of the decline coming in the last 10 years.

    For Hudson Bay Polar Bears, The End is Already in Sight by : Yale Environment 360
    2 years old article. You show you have nothing. Your global Warming scientists is trying to prove GW not show the Polar bears are growing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    2 years old article. You show you have nothing. Your global Warming scientists is trying to prove GW not show the Polar bears are growing
    the polar bears are losing weight as are the cubs. if you would like to make a small wager on this pal, just say the word. i'd love to cut you off at the knees in public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitedog View Post
    the polar bears are losing weight as are the cubs. if you would like to make a small wager on this pal, just say the word. i'd love to cut you off at the knees in public.
    Yet you show no proof

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Yet you show no proof
    oh dont worry about that pal. you just agree to a littl wager (say a month off from here?) and ill produce enough proof to blow you into the middle of next week. if not, remain ignorant. ill enjoy that too.

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