Sea Levels are Rising...Really? Take 2

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    What are facts so cruel to Warmers?

    "Let me summarize a few facts.

    (1) In the last 2000 years, sea level has oscillated with 5 peaks reaching 0.6 to 1.2 m above the present sea level.

    (2) From 1790 to 1970 sea level was about 20 cm higher than today

    (3) In the 1970s, sea level fell by about 20 cm to its present level

    (4) Sea level has remained stable for the last 30 years, implying that there are no traces of any alarming on-going sea level rise.

    (5) Therefore, we are able to free the Maldives (and the rest of low-lying coasts and island around the globe) from the condemnation of becoming flooded in the near future.

    Read more: http://network.nationalpost.com/np/...ident-all-wet-on-sea-level.aspx#ixzz0pow3CYvU
     
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    Maybe I should turn into a true believer propagandist. I would like to get some ocean front property for a song.

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    Sure the oceans may not be rising, but they are turning into battery acid from all the excess CO2 we're pumping into Earth's fragile atmosphere
     

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