Global sea level change is not really measurable to these levels. Land subsidence, volcanic land creation, tectonic changes largely account for any discrepancies or at least make any ‘proof’ highly doubtful
By Paul Homewood
Reposted from Ron Clutz:
The three most mentioned evils of rising CO2 are Rising Temperatures, Declining Sea Ice and Rising Sea Levels. Plateaus presently appearing in the first two have been discussed a lot here and elsewhere. This post gives what you need to know about Sea Level alarms.
Sea level rise (according to NASA)
Global sea level rose about 17 centimeters (6.7 inches) in the last century. The rate in the last decade, however, is nearly double that of the last century.
Dave Burton takes us underneath the hype and exposes the facts. Below is his post originally at Tom Fuller’s website. David Burton puts it all in perspective from his location on the coast of North Carolina. Much more info on sea levels is available at Dave’s own website linked below.
Sea-level rise is not accelerating, and has not accelerated since the 1920s.
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