Greenland Burning!

Off-scale cold in Greenland, as the press reports record warmth and announces a tipping point.


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6 Responses to Greenland Burning!

  1. Lasse says:

    Regarding Arctic and ice:
    I noticed that crew number 1 has now reached shore in Tromsö.
    After two weeks on Kapitan Dranitsyn , a Russian icebreaker.
    The ship is capable to make 19 knots and the distance is round 2000 nautical miles, half in ice and half in open sea.
    2 days in open sea at 19 knots and 12 in sea ice at 3,5 knots.
    The ship is capable to go at 2 knots in 1,3 m thick ice.
    My guess is that the ice have been tricky!

  2. Christopher Witzel says:

    This morning, I received this:
    “We are unable to post your comment because Weather Underground has placed your account in a timeout. You will be able to comment again when your timeout expires.”

    It turns out they didn’t want to hear that the sea ice would be all gone in 2013. I dropped some other data, links and asked a few questions. Funny how no one saying climate change was bad could prescribe a proper average temperature for earth, nor a proper co2 concentration.

    So they just flagged me and erased all of my dissenting comments. The alarmists were all too proud to silence anyone going against the church of climatology.

  3. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Greenland Summit Station reading of -65.87 C, Jan 02 for on this interactive graph.

  4. etudiant says:

    Summit Station is way up, somewhere north of 10,000 feet, so it will be brutally cold and windy, sort of a super Mt Washington in the Arctic.
    I’d guess the nearest analog would be the heights of the East Antarctic ice field, which are around 3000 feet higher still and hence even colder.

  5. tom0mason says:

    Greenland just set a new all-time record low temperature.
    “Summit Camp, also known as Summit Station, is a year-round research station on the apex of the Greenland Ice Sheet. It is located some 10,500 ft (3,200 m) above sea level, and it’s data is often cited by climate alarmists claiming “Greenland Is Melting Away Before Our Very Eyes” and other such nonsense…
    Adding to the list of temperature measurements those alarmists will likely ignore -or won’t even get to hear about given the mainstream media’s warm-bias- is Summit Camp’s preliminary low of -86.8F (-66C) set at 11:13 PM on January 02, 2020.
    The reading, once confirmed by the DMI, will enter the books as Greenland’s coldest-ever recorded temperature-not only at Summit Camp, and not only in January, but of anywhere across the island, and of any month of the year. “

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