Boreal Winds restored - Little Ice Age ends

    VANCOUVER, Dec. 14 /CNW/ - Mathematician and Blog columnist Arclein has
proclaimed 2006 as the year the Little Ice Age ended. His blog's url is

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    He expects that the Arctic will experience clear seas as early as 2015 as
a direct result of the apparent realignment of the Boreal winds in 2006. Post
2015 temperatures in Northern Europe will then rebound to the temperature
regime experienced during the Bronze Age and the 200 year Medieval Warm period
that dominated just before the onslaught of the Little Ice Age.
    As reported by NASA in October, this realignment began in 2006. The
Boreal winds have been primarily responsible for the clearing of the Western
Arctic of sea ice and some removal of long term sea ice from the Arctic during
the summer of 2007.
    Prior postings by the author had already shown that the rate of ice loss
would clear the perennial ice by 2015. The new wind regime should be
sufficient to completely clear the Arctic by mid summer once this perennial
ice is gone.

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For further information: Arclein (Robert Klein) can be reached at, or by phone at (604) 715-3842

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