Friday, December 30, 2011

Bummer for warmists: Temperatures have been declining for 80 years at "the fastest warming place on Earth"

Coldest Year In Nuuk, Greenland Since 1995 | Real Science

The capital of Greenland – Nuuk – is finishing the year with an average temperature of -1.9C, the coldest since 1995.

Temperatures in western Greenland have been declining for 80 years.

Greenland - National Geographic Adventure Magazine

Sure, I don't doubt that the average temperature on the ice cap rose four degrees Fahrenheit (16 degrees Celsius) in the past decade, making this the fastest warming place on Earth.

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