WaPo sums up the latest climate change-related bummer: “Scientists have already documented entire meltwater lakes vanishing in a matter of hours atop the vast Greenland ice sheet, as huge crevasses open beneath them. And now, they’ve cast light on the mechanisms behind another dramatic geophysical effect brought on by the rumbling and melting of this mass of often mile-thick ice: earthquakes.”

+ NPR: What happens during a glacial earthquake? (I imagine it’s not unlike riding Splash Mountain at Disneyland … but forever.)