Currently the world has more ice cover than normal. As shown here, there is currently around 1 million squared kilometers of ice on the worlds surface than normal. The webpage also shows no obvious increasing or decreasing trend since 1979. In other words, as the north decreased in ice, the south increased.
Admittedly, from 2004 to late 2007 we saw a big decrease in ice levels, however no doubt thanks to some record cold temperatures and record snow levels of late, the global sea ice levels have increased to very high levels.
So should we be worried about global ice melting. Once again I'll show the graph, because it clearly says "no".
Wow! World still not doomed shock! Who would'a thunk it?
Never mind, we still have record levels of bullshit to contend with, but I think that this will be the year that the whole AGW myth starts unravelling and, really, it cannot come too soon.