"Unfortunately for the 'warmers' nature doesn't use a computer."
Yes, the summer arctic ice is crashing.The summer minimum of sea ice in the Arctic from 1979 to 1983 averaged out to 2.76 million square miles, or 51.1 percent of the surface of the Arctic Ocean. In the most recent five years, by contrast, the summer coverage fell to an average of 31.6 percent of the ocean surface. This year, when we hit a new record low for the satellite era, the ice fell to 24 percent of the ocean surface.
Must be a computer error?