A "Measuring stick" on a gigantic body of water that has tides, currents, surf, etc. I don't see how it is possible. If you take one fish from the pool, doesn't the level go down? What about when it rains? Do you measure it at low tide and high tide. I think this is scientific crap.;)
Given that I have no reason to give any weight to your opinion or the scheming of the government of the Maldives, then unless you can actually prove that the ocean levels are rising significantly and in a straight line, then I will stick to those who say it isn't happening.
The reason why Dr Mörner, formerly a Stockholm professor, is so certain that these claims about sea level rise are 100 per cent wrong is that they are all based on computer model predictions, whereas his findings are based on "going into the field to observe what is actually happening in the real world".
Or look for different sources:
Climate scientists withdraw journal claims of rising sea levels
Study claimed in 2009 that sea levels would rise by up to 82cm by the end of century – but the report's author now says true estimate is still unknown
Scientists have been forced to withdraw a study on projected sea level rise due to global warming after finding mistakes that undermined the findings.
Note, any time a variation of 100% or more is "predicted" your BULLSHIT! alarm should go off:
Martin Vermeer of the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland and Stefan Rahmstorf of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany published a study in December that projected a rise of 0.75m to 1.9m by 2100.
In a statement the authors of the paper said: "Since publication of our paper we have become aware of two mistakes which impact the detailed estimation of future sea level rise. This means that we can no longer draw firm conclusions regarding 21st century sea level rise from this study without further work.
Translation: We're full of shit, and just wanted to get a free trip to the UN and the lecture circuit.
I have never asked you or anyone else here to give weight to my opinions.Given that I have no reason to give any weight to your opinion or the scheming of the government of the Maldives, then unless you can actually prove that the ocean levels are rising significantly and in a straight line, then I will stick to those who say it isn't happening.
I live over 600 ft above sea level and find seashells in the soil of my backyard all the time. From this I can only conclude that sea levels have actually fallen quite a bit over many thousands of years.
http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-...,1914162.storyThere's scant evidence that homeopathy provides anything beyond a placebo effect (even critics agree the treatments are safe and don't cause allergic reactions). Many homeopathy studies are small, of poor quality and funded by homeopathic manufacturers.
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