The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change
There is nothing we can do about it, except to build dikes and sea walls a little bit higher.
|WSJ Science Editor with|
a man in a Falstaff suit
"Don’t use glaciers as thermometers... In my view…when the next ice age starts, more of the sea water will freeze and become ice and sea level will fall back down to what it was during the last ice age...
There is in fact no real correlation. There were warm periods and there’ve been cold periods; these correlate more with the way the solar system moves through the galaxy.
Which has nothing to do with carbon dioxide is a completely different issue but has a lot to do with what exists in galactic arms, namely increased intensity of cosmic rays. Apparently that factor is an important factor in changing the climate."