An overheated rapidly melting Arctic is causing Greenland temperatures to drop one hundred degrees below the freezing point.
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So if we had 20 degrees of global warming added to that, the resulting 80 degrees below freezing would seem like Miami weather ? No amount of any kind of global warming will ever make that environment comfortably suitable for humans.
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It always amazes me how global warming can make the temperatures drop.
If if wasn’t for global warming, they would be -73 instead of -71.
Please, “Real Science,” explain how an “overheated rapidly melting Arctic is causing Greenland temperatures to drop”.
How does heat in a neighboring region cause local temperatures to drop? This assertion defies the laws of physics. Without some external force at work, concentrated energy dissipates.
A warmer Arctic would imply a warmer Greenland. Temperatures decrease as latitude increases, not vice versa.
Science? Or sensationalism?
I’m not sure. That has me a bit confused too. I’m hoping that James Hansen can explain it from his flooded Manhattan office.
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