Waiting For That Greenland Tsunami

According to NASA, Greenland experienced a massive ice melt last week which turned the entire country red hot and apparently melted all the ice.

 

It is surprising that no one issued a tsunami warning, because our beaches must certainly have drowned by now.

NASA also says that if this predictable, cyclical event continues to be cyclical and predictable – we should be worried.

Although some of these descriptions aren’t entirely untrue, even within NASA’s own announcement of this observation, a Goddard Space Flight Center scientist said these types of melting events occur every 150 years, on average.

With the last event happening in 1889, Lora Koening said “this event is right on time.”

She does note that if strong melting events like this continue in future years, “it will be worrisome.”

Indeed, I’m worried that the sun will come up tomorrow, and it will heat up my side of the planet.

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4 Responses to Waiting For That Greenland Tsunami

  1. Andy DC says:

    Never has 2 hours of 35 degree weather caused such an incredible meltdown.

  2. jimash1 says:

    They use red for the ice now ?
    Sheesh.

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