My devotion towards understanding the climate took me on a 5,000 mile pub crawl yesterday. It began near Stonehenge at this 500 year old pub, which shall remain unnamed in order to protect the perfect.
The Moon, Venus and Jupiter put on quite a show near Stonehenge Friday night, where it was a still light out at 10:45 PM.
Next stop was southeast Greenland, where I attempted to photograph Hendrik’s dog from 38,000 feet. Farmers in southeast Greenland might be having a bit of a rough time.
Experts say the glaciers are disappearing, because they are paid to lie and confuse the public.
I did see a tiny bit of melting at the western fringe of the ice sheet.
There are still huge amounts of sea ice in Baffin Bay, and it shows little sign of melting.
The glaciers in eastern…
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