Vikings Farmed Here

Southwest Greenland is getting heavy snow in July

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Vikings farmed there, before climate fraudster Michael Mann erased the Medieval Warm Period.

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10 Responses to Vikings Farmed Here

  1. ren says:

    I advise the British prepare for winter.

    • Turned the central heating back on today – went outside for ten minutes – now sitting down with a warm drink warming up.

      • Stewart Pid says:

        12 in Glasgow, 14 in Aberdeen … that is nothing. It is 8 in Calgary this morning 🙁 … where’s my summer??

      • darrylb says:

        Scottish Sceptic
        Good thing if you have Thistles to subvert another Viking invasion!

    • bit chilly says:

      by the looks of things we will need to start preparing in autumn ren, it is much colder than to be expected already in july.

  2. Chewer says:

    Ah, the good ole days, when troposheric C02 concentrations were safe 😉
    As we know from the IPCC AR’s, the 97% consensus of scientists is actually 4 scientists who endorsed chapter 9…
    With fairly accurate and steadily increasing measurements of C02 since 1958 (at surface elevations), the temperatures have both fallen and risen, and the criminal AGW asswipes need to be ignored.
    Ignoring the slime is rather hard with the 4 billion in taxpayer dollars given to these pieces of shit!

  3. Marsh says:

    Greenland has Greenhouses but it wasn’t all that many years ago that they had short Summer fodder crops in the fields to help with their barn fed cattle. As the Summer season became too short & permafrost spread South… what was difficult, has now become impossibly Cold…

    • AndyG55 says:

      They still bring a lot of stock feed in from Denmark.

    • Marsh says:

      Also at this point in time; Scotland has Snow in July and this can add to the newly forming Glaciers on Ben Nevis… Not too difficult to maintain multi year ice & snow cover when it “Snows in Summer”……..

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