East Anglia (AP) - In the wake of retreating sea ice and glaciers on earth, IPCC scientists at East Anglia now report that the solar ice cap has nearly disappeared and may be completely gone by 2035. The effect of the loss of the solar ice cap is expected to lead to an additional 1 degreee Celsius rise in earth temperatures as the solar ice cap played an important cooling function on the sun.
IPCC estimates the loss of the solar ice cap will increase the solar temperature from its current 5,000,000 degrees to about 5,000,002 degrees Celsius.
The IPCC scientists also warn the public not to look at the sun and assure us all that their computations clearly outline a solar ice cap retreat.
However, there are skeptics who maintain that the solar ice cap has not changed in size at all - in fact, may have never existed. "I don't think an ice cap would be at all possible on the sun," said Dr. I. C. Morhair. "And I am quite skeptical about anything the IPCC has to say these days", of course, referring to IPCC and the "Climategate" hoax of November 2009.