London - Legendary American body builder Charles Atlas may have been behind exaggerated stories of glacial meltdown scientists admitted today.
The 'careless' tittle-tattle resulted in 15% of Greenland's coastline being deleted from global warming databanks held at the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Colorado, USA.
Commenting on the report World Meteorlogical Association glaciologists said today the former 97 pound weakling 'had a thing about greenhouse emissions' ever since his first, adolescent nocturnal experience in a neighbor's potting shed.
The life-changing event went on to influence 'Inconvenient Truth' protagonist Al Gore, responsible for spreading much of the 21st century's biggest scare stories about the environment.
Today's criticism has been borne out by aerial photos taken on board the International Space Station showing 300,000 square kilometres of the Northern Atlantic island's coast is 'very far from missing'.
Suggestions that the disputed landmass 'is now floating somewhere off Chilean territorial waters' have been dismissed as unfounded.