Growth Of Greenland’s Petermann Glacier Since 2012

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  1. Petit_Barde says:

    In the 70s, all the media were frightened by the coming ice age due to human activity and in 1976 in France, the summer was very dry so that the French authorities created a drought tax.

    Now all the media, econuts and politicians are crying about the climate mega drought due to man made global warming.

    But what actually changed since 1976 ?
    Clearly, not the mean temperatures of the arctic which is supposed to be the alarmists’ canary in the coal mine :

    – in 1976 :

    – in 2022 :

    So what human activity can actually cause if it has no impact on what’s supposed to be the most vulnerable region to human activity according to the alarmists ?

    • Disillusioned says:

      Well, it seems the alarmists have several proverbial birds in the coal mine. Each year the scheming opportunists use to their advantage the one works best for that year’s weather and climate conditions.

      (BTW, I really enjoyed the unintended coal mine plug.)

      Bonus – a photo of the best license plate on the planet:

      I want one for my Prius…. to go along with the bumper sticker that says, “Ex-Democrat”

  2. Bill says:

    Thanks, Tony, for your detailed look at this glacier and noting that in fact it has grown, in spite of claims that it has shrunk.

    Speaking of climate alarmist predictions gone wrong, I’m pretty sure you’ve discussed this topic, but now this headline is popping up:

    Great Barrier Reef Has Most Coral In Decades

    “Marine scientists have found that parts of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef have recorded their highest levels of coral cover since monitoring began nearly four decades ago, although they warn the reef’s recovery could be swiftly undone by global warming.”

  3. Joe says:

    “Growth Of Greenland’s Petermann Glacier Since 2012”
    That is significant. and no word from the media.

  4. Ace McLoud says:

    In cases anybody is wondering why Tony and other other bloggers “challenged” on climate issues are always using the growth since 2012, there’s a simple explanation:

    In 2010 and 2012, large parts of the glacier broke off, significantly reducing the glacier’s extent. Since then, a part of that loss has been recovered.

    Looking a few years back beyond 2012, the glacier has lost mass compared to today.

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