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Originally posted by murch
Originally posted by azureskys
reply to post by Agit8dChop
You are very welcome, Agit8dChop
but the credit for the web-site should go to Cherryontop from page two of this thread.
I don't think many bothered to even glance at the site.
I found it very well put together with intelligence quite informative and eye opening to say the least.
I'll be watching it for sure.
Well thanks for that. Next time I wont bother posting links in the opening post.
A massive cyclone blew over the central Arctic Ocean this past week, north of the Beaufort Sea, and some Arctic researchers said they have never seen anything like it. Mark Serreze, a senior research scientist from the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center, said cyclones are common at this time of year, but he said this week's storm was stronger than any he's seen. Serreze said he believes the cyclone is causing Arctic sea ice to melt faster this year.
I find it strange out the antarctic satellite went out as soon as this storm was getting stronger...I can't find a live radar of it anywhere anymore.