Comments:The North Pole may possibly be ice free by summer
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I thought that the North Pole was already ice free? I chgecked up my atlas, the north pole wasn't there! 18.104.22.168 01:54, 29 June 2008 (UTC)
MAN BEAR PIG! 
Hogwash!! Come Autumn, there will be plenty of ice in the Arctic. Once this cycle of global warming is over, the ice will return. The cycle we are in now is hundreds of years old. -bwolper-
An opportunity 
I read by 2012 solar energy will decrease. As far as I know, this can help to reduce Global Warming effects. We cannot deny anymore Global Warming. In January, it snowed in Veracruz (a tropical land) and Puebla, places where had never snowed before. We've been hit by the strongest hurricanes ever. A few hours ago, it was pouring with rain in my town, a few minutes after the sun was shining. Et cetera. What I'm saying is will we still be able to revert the warming process now? --Fluence, 7 July 2008, 23:18 (UTC-5) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 04:18, 8 July 2008 (UTC)
Well it didn't happen, did it? 
And is anyone surprised?