‘Climate Change’ Is Causing The Ocean Floor To Sink Or Something

This is a new one

Study: We’ve measured sea level rise wrong for 20 years – and it’s higher than previously thought

The ocean floor is likely sinking due to climate change, rendering sea level rise measurements over the last 20 years grossly inaccurate, Dutch scientists claim.

Researchers from the Delft University of Technology say the sea has risen four percent higher than previously estimated over the past two decades. They published their findings in the journal Geophysical Research Letters late last month.

It’s a circular situation, in which climate change spurs glacial melt which leads to higher sea levels and fuller oceans. All that water weight, the scientists hypothesize, warped the Earth’s crust by .1 millimeters per year between 1993 and 2014, the time period surveyed for the study. That may sound insignificant, but when coupled with the knowledge that the sea has risen by 84.8 millimeters since 1993, the picture starts to look much more terrifying.

See, what you have here is an attempt to manufacture a greater sea rise than has actually occurred, because sea rise is just not cooperating with the doomy prognostications of the Cult of Climastrology. Sea rise was exactly average for the Holocene during the 20th Century, and has not accelerated. It’s well below what we should be seeing for a Holocene warm period. Warmists can’t allow this bit of science to stand when they have taxes and fees and personal freedom restrictions and big government to enact.

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3 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ Is Causing The Ocean Floor To Sink Or Something”

  1. Blick says:

    Wow, Mother Nature is adjusting to reduce the coastal flooding being predicted. Saved by Mother Nature and her intelligence.

  2. That explains why we have seen no changes in sea level despite climate profiteers claiming there should be.

  3. captainfish says:

    ummmm… how does temperature of the air, cause the ocean floor, located at the bottom of the deep dark sea, …. sink???

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