Nobel Laureate Physicist Dr. Ivar Giaever. Where’s the warming in Greenland? ‘There’s no warming there’

By: - Climate DepotSeptember 18, 2015 3:01 PM

Where’s the warming in Greenland? – Video

“We’re told that the ice in Greenland will disappear,” says Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever. But there’s no warming there. “There’s information on the internet, which is wonderful, says Giaever. “And I looked it up.” There are four harbors in Greenland, says Giaever. They are Upernavik, Iluissat/Jakobshavn, Nuuk/Godthab and Tasiilaq/Ammassalik. Look at Giaever’s chart. On the left you see the five coldest years. On the right, the five warmest years. Now look at the dates. “The warmest years are basically in the 1930s,” says Giaever. “Those are the facts. Those are the temperatures the people in the harbors in Greenland has measured over the years. And it doesn’t look like it’s getting any warmer.” (This info is at approx. 15:40 on the video below.) If you haven’t yet viewed the video, you’ll find it to be a real eye opener. The post Where’s the warming in Greenland? – Video appeared first on Ice Age Now.

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