“A blue ocean event”

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In 2013 Naval Postgraduate School researchers predicted that the Arctic would be ice-free by this 2016 summer. Now many others are saying 2016. Has the US Navy known this was going to happen since 2013 and thus the “militarization” of WA state and the Olympic Peninsula? Does the military have complex super-computer math equations that have already described exactly what will occur, including the changing ocean currents, potential mega-earthquakes, runaway extremes of heat, drought, catastrophic methane release, and sea level devastation?

Naval Postgraduate School researchers predict summer Arctic ice might disappear by 2016, 84 years ahead of schedule.
David Schmalz / Nov 27, 2013

Tucked away on the third floor of the Naval Postgraduate School’s building of Engineering and Applied Sciences, a small team of researchers is leading an effort that will change the way the world thinks about the world. Their project is the Regional Arctic System Model (RASM), and it is arguably the most advanced – and accurate – Arctic climate model in existence. On a recent, sunny winter day, U.S. Navy Lt. Dominic DiMaggio – a master’s student in physical oceanography and meteorology and a RASM team member – lays out the model’s virtues and complexities, casually throwing around terms like “parameterization” and “highly non-linear functions.” Then, almost 60 dizzying minutes later, he just as casually points to a graph showing a RASM projection for melting Arctic sea ice, a phenomenon that occurs every summer but has been accelerated by climate change: By the summer of 2016, the Arctic Ocean could be ice-free, opening the door to vast reserves of fossil fuel, and eventually, freeing up a shipping lane between Europe and Asia.

http://www.montereycountyweekly.com/news/local_news/article_f0d1fc46-56dc-11e3-9766-001a4bcf6878.html

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Arctic Sea Ice Could Disappear This Summer
11 May 2016 / Dahr Jamail, Truthout

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/35975-arctic-sea-ice-could-disappear-this-summer

 

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Polar Heatwave Digs in as Arctic Sea Ice Crashes — Blue Ocean Event Looking More and More Likely

We’ve never seen May heat like what’s being predicted in the Arctic over the next seven days. A shot of warm airs blowing northward over Siberia that are expected to generate a warm front that takes in nearly the entire Arctic Ocean. A weather pattern that, if it emerges, will completely compromise the central region of polar cold that has traditionally driven Northern Hemisphere weather patterns. …

Freakish Warm Front To Cross From Siberia to the Barents
As bad as the current situation is, the coming week looks like it’s setting up to be far worse. A second massive polar warm front is in the process of bulging northward from the region of Eastern Siberia near the East Siberian Sea. This warm front — driven on by an anomalous ridge in the Jet Stream and backed by warm winds flooding up from the East Asian heatwave and wildfire zone — is predicted to bow outward over the coming five days. It is expected to encompass all of the East Siberian Sea and the Laptev, traverse the 80th parallel, continue on past the North Pole, and then flood out into the Barents. Essentially, it’s a warm front that will cross the polar zone in total — completely ignoring the laws of Jet Stream dynamics and basically rupturing what is traditionally an area of cold centering on the Pole.  … This week, it looks like that dreaded event will grow still more likely if this predicted insane heat break-out into the Arctic emerges. An event many scientists thought wouldn’t be possible until the 2070s or 2080s as little as ten years ago. A Blue Ocean Event that is now a very real risk for 2016.

https://robertscribbler.com/

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Friday, May 13, 2016
Arctic Sea Ice gone by September 2016?

…These temperature anomalies go hand in hand with a very wavy jet stream, as illustrated by the image on the right, showing loops extending all the way over the Arctic Ocean (in particular over the Beaufort Sea), taking along warm air in their path. At the same time, the jet stream can extend far south at other places, making that cold air is moving south, out of the Arctic. The result is a rapidly warming Arctic, which in turn makes the jet stream even more wavier, as one out of numerous feedbacks that are all  hitting the Arctic at the same time.

http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2016/05/arctic-sea-ice-gone-by-september-2016.html

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