The Future Of Greenland

Global warming is predicted to raise temperatures in Greenland by 10-15C, which would make living conditions there unbearable.

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18 Responses to The Future Of Greenland

  1. omnologos says:

    You shouldn’t be making fun of a real-life drama!

  2. HopeyChangey says:

    Pray for warming.

    But when Groenland finally thaws out, I’m afraid this is all we’ll find under the snow:

    • omnologos says:

      If you chewed seal skin for days on end, you’d look even worse.

      On the other hand, we all know the Greenlanders live in perfect harmony with nature. Are they better or worse than the North Koreans in terms of CO2 emissions?

  3. Baa Humbug says:

    Ice surfing and ice palms.

  4. Ill wind blowing says:

    How nice. We can all, several hundred million of us, have our grandchildren relocate to Greenland; as North America becomes a desert. Isn’t that wonderful?

      • Ill wind blowing says:

        “Take your meds”

        While I’m taking my meds, let me add the melting permafrost of Siberia which is turning into soft muck that cannot even be walked on.

        Not that I’m the one who is predicting (excuse me a second as I pop another pill) what wonderful farmland that would make.

        Also, let’s not forget about the thin, rocky, acid soil of the Canadian Boreal Forest.

        By the way, with temperatures of 10-15 degrees Celsius, Kansas (where poster girl and her mutt live) will be yielding a bumper crop of corn cactus.

      • Ill wind blowing says:

        Terra Incognita:

        “Not that I’m the one who is predicting . . . what wonderful farmland that would make.”

        Steve Goddard:

        “Shock news! A swamp! ROFL”

        “Methane has close to zero impact on the Earth’s radiative balance.”

        Huh? I thought I was talking about converting a zillion square miles of Siberia into farmland like Lord Monckton and others have predicted.

        (45 second mark)

        It wasn’t those Methane bubbles my statement was alluding to but that guy sinking almost hip deep into the muck. Imagine how heavy farm equipment would be effected.

    • Mike Davis says:

      My Grandchildren live in the desert now!
      If Greenland got 10C warmer it would still be too cold for me!

    • Justa Joe says:

      I thought that the USA was going to become tropical with all of that extra moisture in the atmosphere.

    • Dave N says:

      No-one moved when it was a desert in the 1930’s.

  5. Jimash says:

    desertification looming in the heartland

  6. Mike Davis says:

    A good portion of the United States is arid and considered desert.

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