Massive Global Warming Protest In Greenland

Mark Serreze says the Arctic is very hot now with record low ice, which has led to massive global warming protests in Greenland.


Hendriks webcam i Tasiilaq

The ice is melting rapidly at -31C.



Greenland’s surface has only gained 500 billion tons of ice this winter. Hopefully President Sanders will be able to turn this all around, by punishing the poor with high energy prices and low energy availability.


Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

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32 Responses to Massive Global Warming Protest In Greenland

  1. oz4caster says:

    Seems there are plenty of April fools around year-round.

    • omanuel says:

      Yes. We acknowledge fools only on one day each year,

      1/365 = 0. 3 %

      The rest of the year, fools claim 99.7 % “consensus” =

      364/365 = 99.7 %

  2. RAH says:

    Well I see the golf course survived the winter but nobody is out on the links. Must be too windy.

  3. docfjs says:

    Happy April Fools day!

  4. You soft metrosexual urbanites just don’t get it. I don’t know how many times I have to say it. This is not your wimpy decadent Western tap water that goes stiff on you because a pretty weatherman girl on TV wears a parka. Ask the Russians. It’s tough Arctic water. It doesn’t freeze because of few dozen degrees below zero! What are you thinking? Of course it’s fine at -31C.

    Just look how everything stays pliable at those temperatures:

  5. kmbold says:


  6. Looks like a baptism in what is clearly a better religion than communism…

  7. Ron Clutz says:

    March monthly average ice extent is now complete. NOAA is again underestimating, no surprise.

  8. omanuel says:

    April Fool’s day only comes once a year to celebrate the many accomplishments of “me-too,” “consensus scientists” throughout the remainder of the year.

  9. RAH says:

    BTW Dr. Spencer has this on the Pavlof Eruption.

    What I find remarkable is the 2nd image. It appears there is still snow/ice all the way up to the top of the cone despite the eruption.

  10. Jason Calley says:

    White sand beaches! Looks just like Panama City!

  11. wert says:

    The heat of Greenland! Welcome to the pristine, hot beaches. No illegal immigrants, just the richest bitches.

    Apologies to everyone who were offended.

  12. Robertv says:

    ‘London is expected to see the highest temperatures on Sunday, peaking at 18C (64F), while it will be only slightly cooler across central and southern England, with highs reaching up to 17C (62F).

    That will make those parts of Britain as hot as Barcelona, and hotter than the Spanish capital, Madrid, which is expected to see temperatures of 15C (59F).’

    Yesterday we had 22,5 ºC in Barcelona. It was a great day to go cycling.

    • OrganicFool says:

      I’m a bit jealous. I stayed in Barcelona for 3 months doing some backpacking in my younger days. I stayed near Parque de Ciutadella. Loved the Costa Brava, temperate winter weather (was there Jan-Mar), food, coffee, outdoor cafes, Las Ramblas (minus the thieves), La Sagrada Familia, smell of bread wafting down the narrow cobblestone streets, surrounding countryside, it’s all intoxicating. Someday I will have to make it back there. Vale.

      And happy All Fools day.

    • Robertv says:

      In Barcelona we have only two seasons. The one you can swim in the sea and the one it’s to cold to swim in the sea. Of Course there are people who swim all year round.
      I don’t know last time you were here, but if it is longer than 10 years a lot has changed and not for the good.

      • Robert, in Colorado we have only two seasons. In the one you can ride a bike and in the other we get too much of the thing of the past to ride a bike. But we also have people who ride a bike all year around.

        Then we have people—with some overlap between the groups—who drink heavy winter microbrews all year around.

        Everything seemingly is spinning out of control.

        • gator69 says:

          Everything seemingly is spinning out of control.

          It may help if you place one foot flat on the floor.

        • True, but that foot is fine—whichever it is. I noticed it’s the placement of the other foot that throws you off. People should plant that one first.

        • RAH says:

          RobertV and CW here in the Midwest some drivers say we have only two seasons. Winter and Construction. But that is one of the nice things about being an over the road driver. I get to see the seasons in lots of other places in the US other than my own region. Though now I only rarely go very far west of the Mississippi and frequently during the colder months get sent towards where ever old man winter is venting his wrath at a particular time.

        • I gather that on a long trip you can have them all, RAH.

      • RAH says:

        Sure Imagine what the changes the drivers that do a run from Toronto, ON to Laredo, TX will experience. It could easily be a change of 90-100 deg. F between the two places during the 53 hours or so it takes a solo driver or the 34 hours it takes a team to make the drive.

        When I drove team years ago we often did runs from coast to coast such as Chester, PA to Long Beach, CA or say from Seattle, WA to Miami, FL. We preferred the runs east to west and west to east runs to the north to south and south to north runs because they were generally longer and we liked driving in the west. IMO the best were a combination running diagonally across the country because they generally got one off the beaten path off the interstates more. It was only on Holiday weekends like the 4th of July that we wouldn’t get over 7,000 mi on the truck in a week of teaming doing those kinds of runs and 8,000 mi was not uncommon.

        Driver changes timed as much as possible with fuel stops. Fuel, do a Pre trip or enroute inspection topping off any other fluids that needed it, grab a subway and restock the cooler with cold drinks and refill the coffee thermos, make a trip to the bathroom, coordinate log books with the co-driver, and off we went. Many a time I sat behind the wheel for a full 11 hour driving shift without stopping putting about 700 mi behind me before the co-driver took over. Now we’re required to take a 1/2 hour break between the 3rd and 8th hour of our shift so no more straight 11 hour driving shifts without stopping.

  13. Marsh says:

    Yes the irony is : Warmists are April’s fools every day ; but there is no funny side to it..!

  14. markstoval says:

    I don’t think all you jokers realize the problems here. Where will my ice come from in August for my drinks. We don’t grow ice here in central Florida and have to import life’s necessities. We only added 1/2 a Trillion tons of ice? Son of a Bitch — we cut the Scotch drinkers first. It is every drinker for himself I tell you.

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