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Laurie Garrett
This is a roaring glacial melt, under the bridge to Kangerlussiauq, Greenland where it's 22C today and Danish officials say 12 billions tons of ice melted in 24 hours, yesterday.
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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Now this: Here's my latest, based on my recent trek across and -- thanks to real estate interest the world may finally give the Arctic some attention. And this is what all of you need to know.
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Laurie Garrett Aug 26
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GESS Aug 1
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Tony Heller Aug 1
The Arctic was on fire in 1927 with 90+ temperatures. Pine forests need fire to regenerate. It is easy to become alarmed about ordinary phenomena which you are unfamiliar with.
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Tony Heller Aug 1
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During two days last autumn, Greenland gained 22 billion tons of snow. Taking numbers out of context is very misleading.
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Ethical Atheist Aug 2
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This isn't snow melt, it's ice melt. That snow is already long gone. The illogic some will go to to avoid seeing what is in front of their noses never ceases to amaze me.
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Too Big To Fail Aug 1
If all of the Greenland ice cap melts, perhaps Greenland will be revealed to be an archipelago rather than a single contiguous island, hopefully opening up new trade routes for international shipping, along with potentially exposing unexplored petroleum reserves. It's a win-win.
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Floozy O'Trampsalot Aug 1
This is not a positive result. Freshwater dumping into the ocean at this rate is a disaster, it dramatically affects weather patterns and sea life. Cheering for short term money making ventures while ignoring the consequences is incredibly short-sighted.
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Pé Resists Aug 1
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It's almost like all of those people who were warning us 20 years ago that we were going to start seeing catastrophic effects of global warming within a couple decades were right?
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(((Suzyzus))) Aug 1
30 years ago.
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