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Kristin Laidre
Returned from field work in Greenland studying narwhals at 75N wearing t-shirts during a heatwave w/ glaciers calving off massive chunks, on the way home passed a wildfire burning on the coast & returning to US flew over endless melt pools. Climate change is real.
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m rutherford Aug 14
Climate change may indeed be real, but I love the idea of T-shirt wearing narwhals..
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Brad Johnson Aug 15
It's August.
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Orwellian Times GDP Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
You lack the intelligence to understand Greenland sheds 600 billion tons of Ice every summer & is replaced every winter with the same amount due to their heavy snowfalls, but that doesn't play into your climate cult's agenda now does it.
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Dustin Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
It’s like it’s summer in the northern hemisphere or something. Weird.
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🌞Phillip Somerville Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
When did melt pools in Arctic Summer start?
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Whither The  Avro Arrow Aug 16
My bet is when the interglacial we are currently in started... about 11,700 years ago. Give or take a few thousand years.
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M Ogilvie-Thompson Aug 15
Replying to @KristinLaidre @katzyna
Climate devastation notwithstanding, it does make me giggle that Trump’s desire to buy Greenland could result in his purchase literally melting before his climate change denying eyes
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Claire foulkes Aug 16
What Trump wants to buy Greenland? I’ve never heard that! Can you actually buy a country? I thought Greenland was independent and had its own government.
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M Ogilvie-Thompson Aug 16
Yup. It’s true. Not sure Denmark will go for it but it’s absolutely true.
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Claire foulkes Aug 16
Yikes! Just done some reading on it. He must be interested in the geo-political location and the natural resources. Are there oil and gas reserves?
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M Ogilvie-Thompson Aug 16
Yes there are. But honestly I think he’s just interested because he heard a few Presidents had contemplated it in the past (way distant, post WWII) and he’s a flashy show off that likes to buy things - he’s not bright enough to think things through geopolitically.
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Claire foulkes Aug 16
Quite likely! Scary prospect for Greenland though. I’m sure Denmark would say no.
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TParadis Aug 15
No......climate engineering , aka geoengineering, and weather modification is real. That is what is causing these anomalies. Its all part of the plan:
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tmitsss Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
Why did Admiral Peary start his trip to the North Pole in the winter?
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#NoDeal-NoProblem Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
fly over it in December!!!!
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George Pembroke Aug 16
Replying to @KristinLaidre
It’s AUGUST...
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Hunter Snyder Aug 14
Indeed. Frightening times.
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Miranda Wooster Aug 14
Replying to @KristinLaidre @ddimick
Thank you for your work.
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Neil Hammerschlag Aug 14
That’s scary
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-nessa- Aug 15
😰
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