Greenland Ice Gain Since 2012

The animation below flashes between April 2012 and February 2013 at the Greenland Summit Camp. Note how their greenhouse (the closer building) has become half buried in ice and snow.

GreenlandSummitCamp

This huge weight of new ice forces the ice sheet to deform and spread out towards the ocean, causing icebergs to calve into the sea.

James Blalog then takes pictures of these calving events, posts them all over the Denver airport, and sells them to mindless eco-dupes as evidence of global warming.

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7 Responses to Greenland Ice Gain Since 2012

  1. slimething says:

    So that’s what the greenhouse effect is…..

  2. gator69 says:

    Is that the greenhouse where they grow their killer weed? ;)

  3. Andy Oz says:

    There gunna need a new clubhouse at the Summit golf course. The current one will be buried in a year or so. :)

  4. Lance says:

    I just knew my tee times were gonna be affected!!

  5. Billy Liar says:

    Notice how the five little flag in the foreground have become four – one has been swallowed up by the snow, the rest are much shorter. The webcam has been moved up the pole a bit too; the view is looking more down on the roof of the greenhouse.

  6. kbray in california says:

    This would be a good location for a Maximum Security Prison.
    Most doors could be left unlocked.
    Prisoners might jam up the tee times though.
    Requiring bathing suit garb could speed things up.
    Drag back a polar bear and get out of jail free… walk home.

    Just some random ideas.

  7. Streetcred says:

    Darn, I’m never going to find my ball now … plugged lie by now !

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