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Friday, July 07, 2017

July 4, 2017 : Coldest July Temperature Ever Recorded In The Northern Hemisphere

Greenland just set the record for coldest July temperature ever reported in the Northern Hemisphere at -33C.
Climate experts immediately responded to the record cold by saying Greenland is melting faster than expected at -33C.
Almost all of Greenland’s surface is gaining ice.
In fact, Greenland has gained a near record amount of ice this year, and the ice is melting very slowly.


Anonymous said...

The earth has been warming for the past 10000 years since the last ice age. Sea levels have risen about 400 feet in the past 10000 years. Florida was an island before the last ice age and will probably be one again many years into the future. We will be unable to stop this or change this no matter what we do. So let me tell you folks, don't let the wacky nutjobs try to tell you we have changed all of this by things we have done in the past 150 years. We will just have to wait until the next super volcano or a meteor to cool the earth back to what some people think is normal.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, 6:59 for that reality check!

May I add, there is no such thing as "Normal"!

Anonymous said...

global warming

Anonymous said...

All i know is the weather has definitely changed in the past few years. Somebody at work told me it is about all of the air traffic on eastern shore and the smoke from the airplanes are affecting the weather. there sure is a lot of it up there and somebody is making bank!