Guardian Plans Improvements To The Greenland Country Club

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Climate change could turn Greenland green by 2100 | Environment |

More utter, total bullshit from experts. This is what Greenland looks like during the summer of 2013.

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14 Responses to Guardian Plans Improvements To The Greenland Country Club

  1. omnologos says:

    not sure what’s alarming about new forests?

  2. jack b :-) says:

    Hey, steve-o, Rush is giving you a big plug right now on the radio. Get ready for some ‘traffic.’


  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    In my travels (I think from Anthony’s site) I have seen a hand drawn map of Greenland purportedly from the early 1500s, with extensive topography clearly shown. I realize the ice sheet has survived previous warm periods, but this map was a thing to behold. Still looking for it.

  4. @NJSnowFan says:

    I have always wondered how Greenland got it’s name. Seems a murderer named it from Iceland.

  5. miked1947 says:

    Maybe one day Greenland will return to tje conditions the Vikings found. I would think in about 115K years during the next interglacial.

  6. chris y says:

    This claim requires melting 2.6 x10^6 Gtons in 86 years, or 30,200 GT/yr. Current melt rate for Greenland is 100 – 200 GT/yr, which is a factor of 200 lower than needed.

    It may seem like a factor of 200 is a stretch, but Hansen’s predicted future floods require sea level rise today that is fast approaching a one comma exaggeration.

    Another green energy area where one comma exaggerations show up is actual output versus nameplate capacity of wind farms.

    btw, one comma = 1,000

  7. Green Sand says:

    Is the progress of Yong Sheng slowing?
    Zoom in for date/time.

    Also seems to have been joined by nuclear breaker 50 let Pobedy

  8. Brian D says:

    Canada reporting some new ice forming in Archipelago. Not much, but it’s a start.

    As far as Greenland, I guess these articles just keep the faithful, well, faithful. Just got to have those experts in fantasy to keep the train moving along.

  9. Andy DC says:

    A prediction for 87 years ahead of time is entirely meaningless, unless based on extrapolation. Considering there has been no warming in 17 years, extrapolation shows no ice loss at all.

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