The notion that Greenland, which is reportedly 2,166,086 sq km (836,109 sq mi), is mostly covered by ice and snow is not only illogical but scientifically impossible. Nevertheless, 81% of it is allegedly covered by the mythical Greenland ice sheet which is reportedly 1,755,637 sq km (677,855 sq mi) in size. The notion of this ice sheet is even more implausible if the numerous maps depicting Greenland to be twice or three times large are indeed true. The very notion that a single climate spans thousands of miles without changing is not only contrary to everything known about climatology and meteorology, but is not replicated elsewhere on Earth, making the likelihood of it being true all the less likely. A great example of the diversity of the world’s weather is found in Southern California which has a Mediterranean climate in San Diego, a mountainous snow climate surrounding Big Bear and Snow Summit, and a desert climate in Death Valley which holds the record for the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. All three of these respective microclimates occur within an area that’s roughly 258.99881 sq km (100 sq mi). Because Greenland admittedly has mountains, valley, rivers and weather systems, a congruent and stagnant sheet of ice year round is not scientifically possible. In respect to the argument that Greenland is near the North Pole (which does not exist) and thus experiences colder weather, there are a few scientific facts which have conveniently been left out of the equation. Firstly, it is a well-known fact that hot air rises. Therefore, Greenland and the North Pole should, in theory, be the warmest place on Earth when using the accepted basketball-like model of Earth. Secondly, since Greenland and the North Pole sit atop the Earth, they should receive more sunlight than anywhere else on Earth, destroying any notion of polar ice caps. Sunlight translates to heat, regardless of where it is found. Lastly, considering that Greenland was named Greenland because it was once green, the argument that its location atop the Earth is somehow responsible for its ice age-like climate is ultimately null and void.
Global Warming Hoax
The concepts of “global warming” and “climate change” were originally designed by the Roman Empire in Greenland in order to deceive the world into thinking that the Greenland ice sheet along with the polar ice caps are melting or at risk of melting. Never mind the fact that the Artic, Antarctica, the North Pole and the South Pole do not even exist in reality. In short, “global warming” and “climate change” are part of a worldwide psychological operation (PSYOP) designed to frame an argument over whether or not the Earth is warming rather than over whether or not the Greenland ice sheets and the polar ice caps even exist. By stating that the Earth is simultaneously warming and cooling (see below), humanity is collectively stuck debating a fake issue, both sides of which are fraudulent in nature. Needless to say, this massive lie has been perpetuated with the goal of confuse humanity about the true nature of the world’s weather, especially in respect to Greenland. Considering that all of the Earth is warm (at least during the summer), the term "global warming" is essentially true, albeit in a de facto manner.
Hollywood Ice Age Propaganda
Aside from the film "An Inconvenient Truth" (2006), the infamous global warming documentary spearheaded by Al Gore, Hollywood has been busy selling the notion of a previously icy planet, especially to our children. "Ice Age" (2002) is a film (see trailer) consisting of computer-animated cartoon-like animal characters that was nominated at the 75th Academy Awards for best animated feature. Set in the alleged ice age, the film stars Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, and Denis Leary. To date, the film franchise has three sequels: “Ice Age: The Meltdown” (2006), “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs” (2009), “Ice Age: Continental Drift” (2012), and “Ice Age 5” (2016). Needless to say, Hollywood movie propaganda has sold the idea to hundreds of millions of children that an ice age actually existed, making the notion of polar ice caps and the Greenland ice sheet all the more believable.