The only way you can think that is if you get your scientific information from the introductions to newspaper articles. Seriously. Even the most egregious "No ice in 2014/2015" articles mention that these are possible outcomes (by using the words "could" and "might", which you have entirely failed to mention). The IPCC says that the sea ice should remain until ~2030.
You are showing off your ignorance as if it's something to be proud of. You've taken the gifts of knowledge and learning - given to you by the countless generations which preceded you - and wiped your ass with them. Congratulations. You're a great person.
Are you that fucking retarded? Seriously? You are citing the Telegraph, and citing it wrong in the process. The article even states "... the IPCC suggests the ice will remain in place until the 2030s...". You are hanging on the words of one researcher, and not even bothering to look at the actual research involved, or what the scientists are saying on the matter.
You don't want to be proven wrong, or you are simply terrible at logic. Pick one.
In the years I've done Java development, the only times I've never had a problem building on Windows or OS X and deploying to Solaris or Linux was when someone used hard-coded paths or didn't make the program's deployment properly configurable for deployment to the target OS. Write once, run anywhere is more or less true with Java.
Not sure if Java is better or worse than Pascal. A similarity is that part of it's popularity is that it is a teaching language, perhaps more than a production language.