Why Aren’t They Talking About Greenland Any More?

Team climate moron flew into Greenland for two hours this summer, but for some reason they no longer seem interested.

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10 Responses to Why Aren’t They Talking About Greenland Any More?

  1. tomwys says:

    Wait till you see the result of a September record open Arctic with high moisture availability! You’ll see massive dumping of snow upon Greenland, graciously delivered by Polar Easterlies augmented by an annual Jet Stream collapsing around the Arctic.

    Whadd’ya think happens to Sea-Levels once the new snow remains on Greenland?

    Yes, “Duh” is the right answer!

  2. jak says:

    An interesting argument, Steve, cruelly skewered on the facts:

    http://www.meltfactor.org/blog/?p=742

  3. Andy DC says:

    When the cold and snow come this winter, the jetstream disruption/Global Weirding bogeyman will come out of mothballs.

  4. jak says:

    Steve,

    This is now the longest two hours in the history of the world.

    This absolutely bogus claim of yours about warmists picking a two hour cherry (the size of California) has been going on for two freaking months!

    I’m getting bored.

    Is it really necessary for me to go back through all of the information from Greenland that has been emerging this year, and post it all again, just to show everybody here that you are a desperate liar?

    Give up, Steve.

    Everybody who has visited these pages for weeks now is clearly able to see the situation.

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