1939 : Glaciers Of Greenland And Norway Faced Catastrophic Collapse

In 1939, all of Greenland’s glaciers were melting, and faced “catastrophic collapse”


17 Dec 1939, Page 15 – at Newspapers.com

This is the identical wildly exaggerated rhetoric being used by scientists today. All nonsense, all the time.

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10 Responses to 1939 : Glaciers Of Greenland And Norway Faced Catastrophic Collapse

  1. All these stories are by scientists who go to Greenland in the summertime. I wonder why you don’t hear from scientists who go to Greenland in the wintertime.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Ha! yes, they all seem to go in the summer, and almost all seem to go to the coast. Not too many going to central Greenland in the winter… Odd that, huh?

  2. Andy Oz says:

    We saw this earlier in October, but here is the original PR release. For decades “climate experts” have been saying the seas are doomed, and yet the foundation food source for all souther ocean creatures is going to double. They are not co-ordinating their doom-speak.


    By the way, what is an astrophysicist from JPL doing in Tassie studying Antarctic ice, without a geological background. Maybe because NASA don’t do space anymore, and DC funding goes to climate scams these days. Its interesting. NASA should change their name to NAA! 🙂

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Anyone who wants to live stream a lecture on what the Uni of Tassie ice scientists found in East Antarctica, Link is below
    Date: Monday, 16 November 2015
    Time: 5:30pm EDST Australia
    Location: University of Tasmania Waterfront Building, 20 Castray Esplanade, Hobart


  4. rah says:

    Stephan or anyone else. Is there a temperature record for Greenland presented in a graph as has been presented here for the US so many times?

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