Saturday, 7 August 2010

Massive Ice-sheet Breaks Free From Greenland

A massive ice sheet, 100 square miles in size has broken free from the Petermann glacier in Greenland, the largest glacier to break from the Arctic since 1962. It's unclear whether the event is linked to global warming, but the first six months of this year have been the hottest on record globally ... coincidence?... maybe.

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