Every year in September or October (before Halloween probably), the Arctic ice cover drops to its minimum size. According to NASA, the ice meltdown in the Arctic has been nothing but heart breaking. If you care a tiny bit about climate change, you’ve probably seen the arctic ice cover shrinking in an animation or video or something. Yet what you are about to see below is many times more alarming. The key message is: old ice cover in the Arctic has shrunk to 6% of what it was in 1984. [Read caption for details.]
If you are a fan of a more fancier version, or a full video showing the year-by-year playback of the annual minimum ice cover since 1984, watch below:
Yep, something stinky has hit the fan; and more of it is hitting and the fan is spinning ever faster.
Fingers crossed for those last, unwitting polar bears. Hope they will pray for us when they get to heaven!