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(Popular Science)   At this rate, they'll finally live up to their name   (popsci.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Water, Climate, Tropical cyclone, Greenland's ice sheet, Antarctica, Oceanography, Glacier, past month  
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2021-09-14 10:55:51 AM  
Greenland? What do I care what happens in an ice wasteland that I'll never see.

/yes, this is bait.
 
2021-09-14 12:13:09 PM  
This has been going on since the beginning of time.

Everyone is upset because they won't live to see the cycle change.
 
2021-09-14 1:56:35 PM  
Cool how the article leads with a picture of an incredibly polluting jet engine flying over the ice.

First Class sure to be filled with unnecessary drains on the food chain.
 
2021-09-14 3:18:22 PM  

zgrizz: Cool how the article leads with a picture of an incredibly polluting jet engine flying over the ice.

First Class sure to be filled with unnecessary drains on the food chain.


Looks like Iceland Air. Considering that the country has a big tourist industry, you may be quite correct about first class.

Their flights to eastern Canada or the northeastern US would take them past Greenland, so it makes sense that they'd be able to do this kind of observation.
 
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