Greenland Meltdown Devastation

According to NASA headlines, 85% of Greenland melted this summer- portending disastrous sea level rise.

You can see the evidence of this in New Jersey, where satellites show that sea level has fallen two centimeters since the unprecedented meltdown occurred.

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The meltdown devastation continues unabated at -39 degrees.

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8 Responses to Greenland Meltdown Devastation

  1. Sundance says:

    Chris Mooney and the Climate Desk are doing a meeting to show that Greenland is almost completely melted and will only return if we charge American’s a carbon tax. 🙂 Look for a barrage of false flag headlines to follow that meeting.

  2. Elariel says:

    Is the line on that graph placed randomly or did you actually use a regression? And you do know that sea level trends are calculated over years to avoid the noise effects you are seeing in your plot which covers less than 6 mths don’t you?

  3. Scarface says:

    Sea level drop is a normal phenomenon just before a tsunami hits the coast, so this is fully consistent with AGW and the current polar meltdown…
    (If I was a climatologist, I could make a lot of money with this kind of BS. And it’s easy!)

  4. Ben says:


    Interesting article in Scientific American today.

    1. They state the Eemian was 8 degrees warmer than the mean of the last 1000 years.
    2. They state that Greenland had 400 meters less ice than today.

    “This was so, she said, even though the team found that the Eemian period was warmer than previously thought, peaking at the NEEM site at roughly 8 degrees Celsius above the mean of the past millennium.”

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