The Actual Greenland

Experts say Greenland is melting down.  They are lying. Greenland is blowing away all records for ice gain.

Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

This is what Greenland looked like last month.

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27 Responses to The Actual Greenland

  1. 100 gigatons here, 50 gigatons there, it makes no difference when Greenland has 3,000,000 gigatons.

  2. Lasse says:

    Overfly country-nice fotos!

  3. Gail Combs says:

    I think it is time to send O’Bummer and all his CAGW spouting buddies on a month long vacation to the Greenland Country Club. Just parachute them in like they do the north country game hunters…

  4. griff says:

    The graph goes up in the winter, then down in the summer: you have to look at the whole year.

    showing a nice blue line for the early part of this winter doesn’t tell us much…

    The 2 years shown on the graph as whole years clearly show Greenland losing more ice in summer than it used to

    and remember the SMB only accounts for 2 thirds of the change in Greenland ice… glaciers are dumping ice/meltwater out to sea at an increasing rate.

  5. Scott Drysdale says:

    Citizens, media and politicians are so poorly informed with respect to science that most seem to forget that the sun remains below the arctic horizon through much of the winter season……… so there goes the winter albedo argument and obviously the temperature can’t get above freezing throughout the winter. Assuming the temperature there is now well above average….. which it is NOT…… so what… is still below freezing temperature which means no ice melt except by means of warm ocean currents if at all….

    Only fools believe in cAGW….. and possibly in AGW as well.

  6. John Niclasen says:

    The following plots show

    “The percentage of the total area of the ice where the melting occurred from January 1 until today (in blue).”

    From the same site:

    Left is in the beginning of the year 2016 before the melt season, right is end of year. In the big image, I have overlain beginning of year on top of end of year, so the record (or close to record) high and low melt area sticks out.

    Draw your own conclusions.

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