Global warming? Scientists discover that heat from INSIDE the Earth is melting some areas of Arctic ice

The Daily Mail reports:

Ice in Greenland is melting partly because of heat from the Earth’s mantle, according to a team of international researchers.

The group claims that they are the first to find a connection between melting of the Greenland ice sheet and the high heat flow from the Earth’s mantle.

The findings, they suggest, could have implications for future predictions on climate change and the reasons behind ice melt in the region.

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2 thoughts on “Global warming? Scientists discover that heat from INSIDE the Earth is melting some areas of Arctic ice”

  1. Not hard is it crude oil is very dense and heat transfer is slow after removal and filling void with sea water the transfer of heat would be much quicker hense be of a higher temp and cause higher temperatures on the surface.
    Just saying!!!!

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