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Greenland ice melt

A warming climate would likely cause a reduction in Greenland’s ice sheet. Nevertheless, Nevertheless, Greenland temperatures declined for 60 years between 1930 and 1990. Also, Greenland’s ice sheet was much smaller in recent centuries, without catastrophic consequences. Also, Greenland’s ice sheet is getting smaller at a much slower pace than alarmists predicted.

Media Claims of ‘Unprecedented Rain Falling On Greenland Ice Sheet’ Are False

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This past week, the mainstream media deluged the public with stories claiming Greenland’s ice sheet was experiencing rainfall for the first time ever. History proves this claim is false and the stories are wrong. Rain...

No Media, Greenland Ice Loss Isn’t Catastrophic, Nor Increasing

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A number of media outlets have sounded false alarms over the past week claiming headlines like "Greenland’s Ice Sheet Is Melting So Fast That It’s Creating a Flood Warning for the World" and "Ice...

WCVB Is Wrong, Climate Change Isn’t Destroying East Coast Lighthouses

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A Google news search for the term “climate change” today revealed a post by WCVB5, Boston’s ABC affiliate, claiming lighthouses along the U.S. east coast are being threatened with destruction from rising seas caused...

No New York Times, Melting Ice in Greenland Isn’t a Serious Threat

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The New York Times (NYT) recently published a very long op-ed by Bret Stephens, who was assigned to cover climate stories for NYT in 2017. The article, titled Yes, Greenland's Ice is Melting But...covers...

No, Greenland is not approaching a melting ‘tipping point’

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Greenland ice sheet survived much warmer periods than the present without passing a ‘tipping point’.

Surprise! Greenland & Iceland Winter Temperatures Cooling Since Start Of The Century

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Despite the constant drumbeat from climate alarmists that the Earth is getting warmer, and that ice in Greenland is melting due to warmer temperatures and will cause sea level rise, real-world data says otherwise. The...