Galya Morrell (the Uummaannaq Music project) reports from Greenland,
“Big Blasts keep shattering the air and window glasses in Uummannaq. Those of you who’ve seen “SOS Eisberg “ – a 1933 German-U.S. coproduction starring Leni Riefenstahl in Uummannaq in her pre-filmmaking days may remember phantasmagoric collapses of skyscraper-size icebergs in Uummannaq fjord. Most of those blasts were induced by dynamite which made “SOS Eisberg” one of the most expensive films of its time. Today icebergs in Uummannaq break up inexpensively: it just happens, naturally.”
In short, thanks to climate changes, iceberg collapses happen daily. Greenland is melting.