There Goes Greenland’s Ice Sheet

A new study finds Greenland's ice sheet is now melting three times faster today than it was five years ago [more]. If the ice cap were to completely melt global sea levels would rise by 6.5m (21 feet). These findings yet further strengthen the conclusions of the scientific consensus that global warming is real, has become evident in recent years, and indicate that melting polar ice sheets are pushing sea levels higher.

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  1. Tony says:

    Isn't this time frame (5 years) a bit small to say that this is not just some sort of aberation?

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