[extropy-chat] more ice in greenland = more green in iceland

spike spike66 at comcast.net
Sun Oct 23 20:05:10 UTC 2005


I hadn't heard of this as a possibility, but
imagine this scenario: in a few hundred years, global 
warming causes warmer air, which is able to hold more 
moisture with the result being more rain and snowfall, 
a warmer, wetter planet, longer growing seasons everywhere
with receding glaciers, advancing rain forest replacing
receding deserts with thicker ice on Greenland and 
Antarctica, resulting in a lowering sea level.

Would that be cool or what?


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