Five years ago, scientists estimated that it would take a century for the polar ice caps to melt. Two years ago that number became 30 years. Now they think we could have an ice-free Arctic by 2013.Seems we may be underestimating rather than overestimating climate change.
Yes, anon martin, except if we are to have an ice-free Arctic by 2013, the Arctic is certainly going about it the wrong way. Someone needs to update his arctic ice anomaly readings.;-)
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