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Greenland’s Ice Loss Trend Has Now Reversed, Danish Data Reveals — Crisis Averted

Pfizer and Moderna are making a combined profit of $1,000 every second — God bless ‘The Science’.

But Big Pharma can’t take all the credit — the world’s governing bodies also need commending: Helpfully, the WHO’s guidelines re natural immunity vs vaccine immunity went through a fundamental rewrite last year, so as to support said ‘The Science‘.

These people are on our sides, folks. Please stop being so bloody paranoid.


Whisper: Pfizer paid the largest criminal fine in U.S. history, in 2009, for “healthcare fraud” — trust ‘The Science’.

Greenland’s Ice Loss Trend Has Now Reversed, Danish Data Reveals

Data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) shows that Greenland ice melt slowed significantly during the past decade, and that the trend has now swung to one of growth. Media tizzies of ‘mass ice loss’ are wildly unfounded.

As closely tracked on Electroverse, the Greenland ice sheet has been faring increasingly well in recent years. Since 2016, a sharp uptick in the Surface Mass Balance (SMB) has been detected, and daily/monthly records have routinely been broken.

Serving as just one recent example, a jaw-dropping 10 Gigatons of snow and ice accumulated September 12, 2021 (shown below) — that was enough to bury Central Park, NYC under 11,190 feet of ice.

SMB, Sept 12 [DMI].


Never before in DMI record books (which date back to 1981) had the Greenland ice sheet GROWN by anywhere near this much at that time of year. And this is a situation we’ve found ourselves in many times this calendar year, particularly throughout the summer melt season, but I also recall that literally ‘off the charts’ spike in late-May:

‘Off the charts’ SMB spike in late-May [DMI].
Zoomed-out view of Greenland’s SMB from Sept 2020 – July 2021 [DMI].


Overall, and as noted by German climate website Die kalte Sonne, a new trend has now emerged across the Greenland Ice Sheet, and it’s one of catastrophic embarrassment for the AGW Party.

Decades of reliable satellite measurements have allowed trends to be detected, and while it is true that the world’s largest island lost mass from around 1995 to 2012, that trend has now reversed. Like the gradual turning of a grand ship, from 2010 to 2015, Greenland’s SMB changed course and has been on an upward trajectory ever since.

This is clearly visible on the below chart which plots the total mass balance since 1985:

[Die kalte Sonne]


Despite this irrefutable shift, as well as the whopping 30 billion tonnes of net gain since this July, mainstream media outlets are continuing to sound off those clickbaity doomsday alarms of runaway ice melt and impending global catastrophe.

Die kalte Sonne summarizes in typically direct German fashion: “The usual media narrative of an alleged increasingly rapid ice melt in Greenland is thus not correct.”

Further reading:


“Serious Snow Drifts” Pound Mount Washington

In other news, the snow is beginning to pile up atop Mount Washington, reports boston.cbslocal.com.

On Tuesday, the Mount Washington Observatory shared the below post: “High winds and about 10 inches of snow on the ground lead to some serious snow drifts (and lots of shoveling!) this morning,” reads the accompanying text.


These impressive accumulations will add to the Northern Hemisphere Total Snow Mass chart (shown below), which, as of the latest data point, is tracking comfortably above the 1982-2012 average (dashed line), and accelerating:

[FMI]


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.


Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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16 Thoughts to “Greenland’s Ice Loss Trend Has Now Reversed, Danish Data Reveals — Crisis Averted”

  1. DIrk Pitt

    -0F at Jackson Hole Wyoming right now where they’ve had 62′ of snow so far this fall. Great sunrise on the cams now:
    https://www.jacksonhole.com/live-mountain-cams

    1. Deb

      Thanks for the great Western view. It’s like ” deja vue all over again” for me. Miss those mountains!

        1. Deb

          Unfortunately, the sun’s not up out there yet. The Jackson Hole cam went into a repeating loop about 7:45pm (CDT) last night. It still shows the scene shortly after sunset. Guess they didn’t want to broadcast a pitch black scene all night.

          I’d like to see the view from Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood. I’ve been there-one of the three different times I lived in Oregon, my favorite state until politics and migration ruined it.

          If my phone signal holds up, I’ll keep checking those cams. Thanks!

  2. Markus

    I read all your posts and I take them seriously, but I have to admit I struggle a lot with your tone. It’s little wonder you don’t get wider attention when you choose to be deliberately insulting towards anyone with a contrary opinion. (I have no opinion myself, I’m just seeking information). I do wish you would just stick to reporting the facts.

    1. AZ1971

      Alarmists sensationalize doomsday scenarios with single-day events, which is deliberate (as well as a lie reflecting anything to do with ‘climate’.) After having been brow-beaten for decades by a complicit, lying media, why should “just the facts” be used? Why not some sensationalism?

  3. Jeff

    So with both the Greenland and Antarctica ice sheets growing, one would expect sea levels to either be remaining constant or actually receding. I wonder what the true story is behind the current sea level change?

    1. Petrichor

      Those islands “being overcome” by sea-level rise– is there any way to study the geology of the ocean floor to see if the islands are, in fact, sinking?

      1. Jeff

        The few examples I’ve seen, the reduction in land area has been due to erosion. In some areas of the Pacific, the Hawaiian Islands specifically, erosion is the natural progression of things. If you check out the islands from the Big Island to Midway, The islands get smaller and smaller as the Pacific plate moves them away from the hot spot.

      2. Tony

        Yes there is. Instruments can be set in place that take measurements from satellites that will determine if the land is rising or sinking. I am familiar with the instruments that measured the rise in elevation during the Northridge Earthquake in Los Angeles. They recorded nearly two centimeters of elevation rise in the Santa Monica mountains, disproving the idea that relative sea level was rising in the Los Angeles basin. Others have measured subsidence of the Mississippi Delta in southern Louisiana, explaining how sea level rise is taking place there, as well as Chesapeake Bay, which is also subsiding. Most small atolls are sitting on inactive volcanos, which naturally subside as they cool. It would be a relatively easy task to prove this.

    2. Matt Dalby

      Because the AGW scare predicts rapidly increasing amounts of sea level rise, and this isn’t happening, finding the truth isn’t easy. It’s no good googling sea level rise as this will bring up loads of MSM scare stories about impending doom. The best thing to do is to go to a climate sceptic blog such as http://www.wattsupwiththat.com or http://www.notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com and use the search facilities on these sites to find archived stories.
      It’s certainly true that data based on global tide gauges shows that the rate of sea level rise is the same now as it was 100 years ago, although it’s too early to sea a slow down.
      In the case of Pacific Island nations that are meant to disappear by 2050, the 2 most commonly cited are Tuvalu and Kiribati. Using the search tools on the above mentioned blogs shows that they are actually increasing in area due to increased deposition, as are lots of other coral atolls.
      The truth is out there, it’s just hard to find due to MSM/Big Tech bias and censorship.

  4. 18 November 2021

    How ironic that Facebook is committing slow suicide by banning purveyors of uncomfortable truths from its platform.

    I always thought that Facebook was a creep idea — what self-respecting human being would want to expose their personal life to the entire world?

    Problem with the Internet is, there is so much information on the Internet, it’s a huge challenge to find what’s worthwhile. Regardless, it’s a big win for humanity, as a fountain of truth.

    Many thanks to Cap Allon for your vital contribution.

    Steve

    1. Deb

      Steve-
      Whatever group I find myself in, it seems it’s always the small minority.
      Thanks for stating the minority view, bluntly and without hesitation. It IS creepy, and highly manipulative. Who knows what kinds of creeps are collecting and collating the info offered there?

      1. Robert

        With Steve all the way, and feel as you, Deb. 65 now, past giving a damn – but, nice to know one is not entirely alone. And, thank you, Cap.

    2. Andrew Stone

      Agree with your sentiments re FB.
      I was a teacher in a high security facility full of antisocial people. Such daily exposure to folks not generally known for honesty or empathy tends to calibrate one’s bs detector to an extreme sensitivity and accuracy. Having known and worked with real live scary people (predators) also makes the concept of voluntarily throwing your personal information all over cyberspace seem absolutely insane! Akin to swimming near a reef and cutting yourself with your knife to see what happens.

      I assure you, such people are all too real, and the most cunning among them are very rarely apprehended, although they often become CEOs and/or run for public office. (sorry Deb. Couldn’t resist that one 😉)

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