The new normal (part 11): if stock markets crashed like Greenland we’d be worried

Greenland is fast becoming a concern. The blog Meltfactor.org highlights the sudden drop in the albedo effect for the Greenland ice sheet:

A declining albedo effect is one tipping points we’ve been concerned about. The ice and snow reflect sunlight back to space (or the snow-temperature feedback effect).

The average temperature of the globe – due to both the greenhouse house and albedo effects is about 15c. Remove all the reflective ice and snow, it would jump to around 27c.  

If this was a stock market crash like they’d be alarm, panic and hand wringing. Instead, it is barely given a mention in the mainstream media.

Take the above graph as a sign of the coming “market correction” climate change will herald.

One thought on “The new normal (part 11): if stock markets crashed like Greenland we’d be worried

  1. A stock market crash is a sudden dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross-section of a stock market, resulting in a significant loss of paper wealth. Crashes are driven by panic as much as by underlying economic factors. They often follow speculative stock market bubbles.
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