Salad days in Greenland signal a warming climate

Mar 26, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Age

On the Arctic Circle, a chef is growing the kind of vegetables and herbs - potatoes, thyme, tomatoes, green peppers - more fitting for a suburban garden in a temperate zone than a land of Northern Lights, glaciers and musk oxen.

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PHD

Overton, TX

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Mar 27, 2013
 
See climate change is good after all.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

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Apr 2, 2013
 
Melting glaciers, disappearing ancient ice, droughts, storms, floods, rains, hot or cold extremes, extinctions, allergies, etc. on one hand...

Some salad days in Greenland.. on the other.

What a bargain for humanity ...
PHD

Montalba, TX

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Apr 2, 2013
 
SpaceBlues wrote:
Melting glaciers, disappearing ancient ice, droughts, storms, floods, rains, hot or cold extremes, extinctions, allergies, etc. on one hand...
Some salad days in Greenland.. on the other.
What a bargain for humanity ...
So, where is your peer reviewed published work?
Kyle

Kendallville, IN

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Apr 4, 2013
 
PHD wrote:
See climate change is good after all.
But it isn't happening, you say elsewhere. Always willing to look the fool to be contrary, eh? You must not get enough attention at home.

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