21 Billion Tons Of Snow

The Greenland surface mass year has ended with 471 billion tons of new snow and ice including almost 22 billion tons in the last five days.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

The press says Greenland is melting at the fastest rate in 12,000 years

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11 Responses to 21 Billion Tons Of Snow

  1. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Here’s some fact that climate clowns don’t want to hear as well

  2. toorightmate says:

    I’ll just check that 21 billion tons on my Mettler laboratory balance.
    I won’t be long.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Wow! That’s quite a jump on the end. Those poor people in Europe maybe have hell this winter.

  4. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Somewhere in your graphs there was a cycle that looked like it should be going into a temperature down swing this year. I’m wondering if the climate machine also knows this and feels that they have to push hot weather while they can because they know they soon will be without any support from nature. Also they are in fear of losing political support soon as well. Let’s hope a good portion of the election jimmying is thwarted.

    • What have facts got to do with the climate hoax? Why do you think that seven thousand year old ‘civilizations’ failed to achieve what Western civilization did in only two hundred years? Once reason is abandoned in favour of dogma imposed from above, the result is stagnation.

  5. GWS says:

    Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain. Look over here at what I’m telling you.

  6. Charles Dodgson says:

    So, if I’m reading this right, every single year for the last 10 years including the worst year of 2011-12 Greenland ends up with more snow and ice than it loses. To the tune of an average of around 400 billion tons net gain. What an emergency… /sarc

  7. Allan Shelton says:

    It is going to be a very cold winter.
    How do I know?
    Well, up here in Canada, the Aboriginal Chief told me so.
    I asked him if it was because the Mountain Ash trees had lots of berries?
    No, he replied.
    Was it because the animals had thick coats of fur?
    No, he replied.
    What was the clue I asked.
    He said that the white man chops lots of wood.

  8. Bonnik Pedersen says:

    Remember to take into account the iceberg calving, glacier tongue melting and friction.

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