Off the back of substantial Surface Mass Balance (SMB) gains over the last two years, the Greenland ice sheet looks set to continue that trend in 2018-19.
Vast areas to the south-east are gaining RECORD LEVELS for this time of year.
Here are the latest measurements from April 13, 2019 courtesy of the DMI.
The Greenland ice sheet is growing again, neatly coinciding with our star experiencing its weakest solar cycle for over 100 years — yet the IPCC would have you believe there is NO link between the sun and earth’s climate.
They won’t even acknowledge there’s a debate to be had.
You have to ask why?
As ice sheets grow a process called ‘calving’ occurs.
Calving is the breaking of ice chunks from the edge of a glacier and, despite the myriad of AGW propaganda films telling you otherwise, is usually the result of a glacier expanding, not melting!
Another fact the IPCC fails to disclose to the masses.
Our climate is cyclic, never linear.
The Modern Maximum is over, welcome to the next Grand Solar Minimum.
Click here for our article on the recent NASA study revealing Greenland’s Jakobshavn glacier, once one of the fastest shrinking ice/snow masses on Earth and the poster boy for global warming, is now growing again.
GSM + Pole Shift