519 Manhattans Of Glacier Ice Broke Away From Greenland In The Year 1816

Warmists always seem to get a horn when a glacier calves, apparently imagining that no such thing has ever happened before. In Aug, 2010 we read, for instance: "A giant iceberg that snapped away from Greenland last week is a signal that global warming is causing the island's continent-sized ice cap to melt faster than expected, scientists say. The 250-square-kilometre (100-square-mile) chunk, four times the size of Manhattan, broke away from the Petermann ice shelf on Greenland's northwestern tip"


That is the equivalent of 130 Petermann icebergs, which our looney left friends got hysterical about last year.


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