Reporter fakes experience of major meltdown in Greenland

I wrote that headline to please all the vociferous members of the Flat Earth and No Global Warming Association. In the interest of bi-partisanship I wanted them to feel included 'cause they're gonna hate the rest of this blog.

I wrote that headline to please all the vociferous members of the Flat Earth and No Global Warming Association. In the interest of bi-partisanship I wanted them to feel included 'cause they're gonna hate the rest of this blog. A Conde Nast editor has just published a lengthy piece on his experience on the melting ice sheets of Greenland, the earth's largest island, once largely ice-covered. In the mini-Ice Age about six hundred years ago Greenland got so cold the small settlements there died out. Now Greenlanders're back to potato farming while ice fishing becomes harder each year. A few quotes from the piece: "climate change isn't a theory but an observable fact." "...the disappearing sea ice. 'Ten years ago, we had sea ice for nine months of the year, and now less than half the year,' a Greenlander named Ole Jorgen Hammeken told me a few days ago." "...the disappearance of sea ice for longer and longer periods is threatening wildlife important to traditional Greenlandic communities, particularly the polar bear and the narwhal." Maybe the skeptics of global warming are right. The earth IS flat. Flouride in the drinking water turned us all to communists, look we just nationalized a bunch of banks. Man never walked on the moon, Darwin's a crank, physics is a conspiracy. Wonder how you can explain away the Internet?

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