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Analysis exposes faster disintegration of major Greenland glacier

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This article from phys.org is science on the controversial topic of global warming. The retreat of all of the world’s glaciers is one of the facts that deniers must explain if they want to be properly engaged and to be considered seriously. No handwaving dismissal, please. And please state the names and creds. of any authorities quoted.

This article reports new analysis showing accelerated melting of two of the glaciers comprising the permanent ice shield on Greenland, the Zachariæ Isstrøm glacier in NE Greenland and the Nioghalvfjersfjorden. A recent NY Times article at click here  provides video of the melting of a larger SW Greenland glacier.
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I am a retired physicist and hold a B.S. in Ch. E. as well. I have been an environmental activist since the early 1970s. I have been a writer of opinion pieces and other essays since about 1995 and am a published author of history. I have (more...)
 

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