Greenland Melt Season Just About Done

Temperatures in Greenland have turned cold, and the melt season is coming to an abrupt end. The surface has gained nearly 300 billion tons of ice over the past year.

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Temperatures in Greenland have turned cold for the winter

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

Climate criminals will immediately jump on this and claim that glaciers are losing mass even if the surface is gaining it. This is also a lie – as you can see in this time lapse of the Petermann Glacier which is clearly growing.


Nearly every single claim from climate experts about the state of the Arctic is fraudulent. They are criminals pushing a scam.

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30 Responses to Greenland Melt Season Just About Done

  1. emsnews says:

    Kenya just pledged they will support the CO2 meeting in Paris and cut their CO2 by 30% after Obama offered them $40 billion dollars.

  2. Andy DC says:

    $40 billion we don’t have to give away, now being $18 trillion+ in debt.

  3. Jim Steele says:

    I predicted at WUWT last year that Greenland will show a net gain in mass in 2015, I eagerly await the new gravity calculations.

    • You can be certain that their gravity interpretations are every bit as bogus as their temperature interpretations.

    • darrylb says:

      Jim Steele,
      Thank you very much for this post, I missed it at WUWT
      Very informative, and relates (I believe) to the sea ice quantities
      at both poles.

    • Jim Steele says:

      I agree that there have been a lot of flip flops as they changed models for isostatic rebound, and there has been a lot of subjectivity, so I agree all results should be viewed with caution. There is a lot of noise but if they use the same model then the resulting trends give a more reliable qualitative trend. That they reported the dramatic hiatus in loss mass last year, is encouraging that there are enough honest souls can keep the results more honest.

      I firmly believe there is widespread dishonesty in the biased spin when reporting those results. Ice loss makes headlines and ice gain gets downplayed as a bump in the road. Many people I’ve talked with still think Greenland lost massive amounts of ice last year, when the data shows no significant loss, pointing to pictures of melt water rushing off the surface.

  4. ren says:

    Ocean temperature anomalies indicates that it will record ice in the Arctic.

  5. Frank K. says:

    Uh oh! The prince of arctic ice forecasting is starting to crack up.

    Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice may have been assassinated, professor claims
    Cambridge Professor

    Peter Wadhams suspects the deaths of the three scientists were more than just an ‘extraordinary’ coincidence.

    “But he insisted the trio could have been murdered and hinted that the oil industry or else sinister government forces might be implicated.”


    • Good for you. I tried to post that article and it’s still in purgatory.

    • omanuel says:

      I certainly hope this story is false, but it is credible because

      1. A Hungarian scientist disappeared after publishing a challenge to post-WWII consensus science in Nature in 1977: “Is the Sun a pulsar?”

      2. The stakes are extremely high if the conclusion of my own research is valid: Precise experimental measurements were ignored, adjusted or hidden to support:
      _ a.) The Anthropologic Global Warming Model
      _ b.) The Big Bang Cosmology Model
      _ c.) The Standard Nuclear Model
      _ d.) The Standard Solar Model

    • Billy Liar says:


      I want to know how the oil industry arranged to have one of them struck by lightning.

  6. Thomas says:

    From the link above: Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

    Over the year, it snows more than it melts, but calving of icebergs also adds to the total mass budget of the ice sheet. Satellite observations over the last decade show that the ice sheet is not in balance. The calving loss is greater than the gain from surface mass balance, and Greenland is losing mass at about 200 Gt/yr.

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