Climatologists are predicting an ice free Arctic by 2030 because the ice free Arctic didn’t happen as predicted in 2013. Keep moving the goalposts.
A group of researchers has proposed using wind-powered pumps to refreeze the Arctic.
The proposal seems ambitious: it involves 10 million devices deployed over 10 per cent of the Arctic, at a cost of $500 billion US.
Lead author of the paper, astrophysicist Steven Desch, concerned about what some climatologists predict to be an ice-free Arctic by 2030, challenged a group of his students at Arizona State Univeristy to develop a method to refreeze the Arctic.
Meanwhile in the Arctic this morning: