Study: Arctic Sea Ice Too Thick for Icebreakers

Global warming alarmists like to talk mostly about sea ice extent and how it’s rapidly declining. They fear that as sea ice recedes, that all the melted ice will cover coastal cities and islands. But what they conveniently leave out of their discussion is sea ice thickness. Ice might recede, but it can also grow in thickness at the same time. In terms of gauging how severe the conditions are for sea travel, ice thickness is the most important criterion. If the ice is extensive but thin, icebreaker Read more […]