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Earth's future is being written in fast-melting Greenland

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By SETH BORENSTEIN

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If the Greenland ice sheet completely melts, the ocean will rise over 20 feet.

If the Antarctic ice sheet completely melts, the ocean will rise over 200 feet.

But don't worry, the Biggly Smart One says global warming isn't really happening, it is all Fake News.

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"If you look at climate model projections, we can expect to see larger areas of the ice sheet experiencing melt for longer durations of the year and greater mass loss going forward," said University of Georgia ice scientist Tom Mote"

Which climate model projections? There as vast array of them, and so far all of them have been wrong.

Which is obvious.... there is no way to accurately model a complex system with millions of variables that we can not predict.

Which should be obvious right off the bat for anyone who does not take propaganda at face value,

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