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America with no filibuster, tough anti-gerrymandering rules, statehood for any US territory that wants it, and the annexation of Greenland.

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Paninnguaq, a pro-independence activist in Greenland, is one of the first people in 250 years to get Inuit facial tattoos as a celebration of her ancestry. But why do people in Greenland get tattoos of ancient symbols? Full film:

Above the Arctic Circle, in Greenland, a new building dramatizes the impact of climate change.

Above the Arctic Circle, in Greenland, a new building dramatizes the impact of climate change.

Above the Arctic Circle, in Greenland, a new building dramatizes the impact of climate change.

The new Ilulissat Icefjord Centre in Greenland is a 16,000-square-foot building with a great glacier view. The building dramatizes the impact of climate change.

(NASDAQ: $GTEC) Breaking News: Greenland Technologies and Shandong Heavy Industry Announce Major Strategic Partnership #Energy  #Greenland  #HeavyIndustryMachinery  #Shandong  #technology  (Sponsored Financial News Content)

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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...”

The melting today on Greenland's ice sheet is roughly equal to the greatest rates of ice loss in the last 12,000 years, a new study shows.

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.

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

Recall that Trump had wanted to trade Puerto Rico for Greenland — in part, according to former DHS official @MilesTaylorUSA  , because the president believed Puerto Rico was “dirty” and the people who lived there were “poor”

Scientists say the loss of ice in Greenland last year was “unprecedented”, breaking the previous record by 15% Experts say ongoing emissions of carbon are pushing Greenland into an era of more extreme melting [Thread]

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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