One month ago today, the Guardian announced (in pink) that “Greenland’s ice sheets are melting fast”
OMG… Greenland’s ice sheets are melting fast | Environment | The Guardian
In the real world, Greenland’s surface gained 220 billion tons of ice during the year ending August 31, and has gained a record ~30 billion tons of ice since September 1.
Melt was below normal on two thirds of days this year, and was at record low levels on many of those days.
Scientists in Greenland are getting buried under the ice and snow at -20C during summer.
The capital of Greenland is having their coldest year since 1993.
But what about the glaciers? Three years ago The Guardian was hysterical about an iceberg calving from the Petermann Glacier.
Greenland: Petermann glacier calves huge iceberg – interactive | Environment | theguardian.com
In the real world, the Petermann Glacier is growing
The Jakobshavn Glacier is almost identical to two years ago.
However, the Jakobshavn Glacier did retreat one foot per day as the climate cooled from 1850 to 1910, which is NASA’s coldest year ever.
28 Sep 1910 – RECEDING GLACIERS.
Greenland is not melting down. Temperatures there have been plummeting for a decade. Yet the Guardian continues to lie to their readers about this, because they are criminals pushing propaganda – not journalists.
The Tree line latitude in Greenland is 64 deg North. There is no sign of it moving closer to the Arctic because “trees” are smart enough to know – it’s tooooo Cold! Evidence on the ground indicates, the tree line has been continually heading South due to critically low temperatures.
Not only are Trees smarter than “warmists”; they tell the truth…
Time to tee up in Greenland, note the flags at the various cups.
Ideal weather for an early Autumn round of golf as the greens round into shape for the upcoming Greenland World Championship!
Also, reports of another record citrus and coffee crop, according to the Greenland Tropical Products Administration.
And if you believe a word I have said, I have a nice bridge in Brooklyn that I would like to sell to you cheap!
I understand there were two notable events in 1492:
1. Columbus “discovered” “America” at the edge of the Caribbean.
2. The Pope noted that for 80 years the freezing yearly weather had prevented his bishops from visiting his Viking Churches. Where? Greenland!