|Our friends get hysterical when they see runoff or icebergs calving from Greenland.
I’m curious what they think is supposed to happen? More than 400 billion cubic meters of snow falls on the Greenland Ice Sheet every year. That snow has to go somewhere, or it would eventually pile up to the top of the troposphere.
Obviously that isn’t what happens. The snow turns to ice and finds its way to the sea, where it melts. More than 400 billion cubic meters of snow returns to the sea every year in Greenland.
For our scientifically and mathematically challenged friends on the left, this is called the law of Conservation Of Mass.
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