Indian Ocean - sea levels falling
Not by Fire but by Ice
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In 2003, Nils-Axel Mörner and his colleagues (see below) pub-
lished a well-documented paper showing that sea levels in the
Maldives have fallen substantially – fallen! – in the last 30 years.
I find it curious that we haven't heard about this.
"The Maldives in the central Indian Ocean consist of some
Mörner disagrees with this scenario. "In our study of
Mörner’s group found that sea levels stood about 60 cm
"From the shape and freshness," Mörner says, "one
In the last 50 years!
I find it difficult to understand how the IPCC
could have missed
All they had to do was ask the locals.
"In the IPCC scenarios," Mörner concludes, "the
From "New perspectives for the future of the
Nils-Axel Mörner, Paleogeophysics and Geodynamics,
Michael Tooley, Geography and Archaelogy,
Göran Possnert, The Angstrom Laboratory,
Read entire paper (for a fee) at:
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