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Loss of Greenland ice could become irreversible, scientists say
The Greenland ice sheet has a lower melting point than previously thought, with scientists saying not only that it could melt completely at a lower temperature than once believed, but also that the melting process could soon become irreversible.
The Times Atlas says that Greenland has lost 15% of its ice over the last decade. Will Greenland melt before 2035? That is the date when the IPCC says that Mt. Everest will warm 70 degrees – and lose its glaciers.
Temperatures on the rapidly melting Greenland ice sheet are running at -43F today, a bit of a warm up from -61F two days ago.