For some of our readers, the video we posted last week  of the startling loss of Arctic sea-ice as recorded by NASA this summer just wasn't enough to convince them that the planet is in serious trouble.
So here's a new NASA video showing the massive Arctic sea ice loss over the last 28 years.
Look at the difference between 2005 and 2007 alone.
This animation is from NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio  at the Goddard Space Flight Center. This animation compares the 2005 annual Arctic minimum sea ice from 09/21/2005 (shown in orange) with the 2007 minimum sea ice from 09/14/2007. The average minimum sea ice from 1979 through 2007 is shown in green.
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