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Rain fell on the summit of Greenland instead of snow for the first time on record in August, as the Northern Hemisphere experienced warmer-than-usual summer temperatures. A new study suggests that's likely to be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on the summit of Greenland instead of snow for the first time on record in August, as the Northern Hemisphere experienced warmer-than-usual summer temperatures. A new study suggests that's likely to be the norm in just four or five decades.

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Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.

Rain fell at Greenland's summit this year for the first time. It's going to happen more often, study says

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For the first time on record, precipitation fell as rain — not snow — at the summit of Greenland, roughly two miles above sea level

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring - The Guardian

“The future does not lie in oil.” Greenland has decided to suspend all oil exploration off the world’s largest island, calling it a “natural step” due to climate crisis concerns.

Scientists say an enormous chunk of Greenland’s ice cap, estimated to be about 110 square kilometers (42.3 square miles), has broken off in the far northeastern Arctic. They see it as evidence of rapid climate change.

Quote: “Humans have had no detectable impact on hurricanes over the past century. Greenland’s ice sheet isn’t shrinking any more rapidly today than it was 80 years ago.The global area burned by wildfires has declined more than 25 percent since 2003...”

Greenland's ice sheet has melted to a point of no return, and efforts to slow global warming will not stop it from disintegrating, according to a new study

While you rubes are watching Trump's fireworks show, he just seized Greenland.

Former DHS chief of staff Miles Taylor recalled on MSNBC that Trump “wanted to see if we could sell Puerto Rico, ‘could we swap Puerto Rico for Greenland,’ because, in his words, ‘Puerto Rico was dirty and the people were poor,’” confirming the NYT report from 2019.

Trump wanted to sell Puerto Rico. And buy Greenland. And thinks folks are going to tear down the Washington Monument. And thought people should inject Clorox into their veins. And he is president. No. Really. Dude should be finger painting under a doctor's supervision somewhere.

GREENLAND: All eleven people who have been infected with coronavirus have now recovered

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