Same graph as I have posted for the last five days. DMI on top of NSIDC April 16, am.
NSIDC has since introduced a two day lag into their graph, so their graph should be right up against the normal line today.
correction: Every day is normal.
Right on Que, Just as the Line was about to cross their mythical 1979-2000 Average Line on the Nsidc.org Site, They show a downturn! Fudging the Data or just Cheating so that the Ice Extent does not Cross that Average Line that is in itself too small of a Data Sample to represent anything concrete? There is Satellite Data for the Arctic from as early as 1974 all the way up to 2010! So why not expand the Sampling to 30-35 years instead of the 21 they always seem to stick with??? I say that would decrease their Mythical Average line to a Point that would show current extent is well above that new line? What that would also do is make them lose Federal Funding that is all depended on them showing the Current extent continues to be below Normal!
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