Latest on Seal Level and Sea Ice and Global COOLING





The latest data from the University of Colorado shows that Sea Level is Falling In 2010: 'Since start of hottest year ever, sea level has fallen 10 mm'

http://sealevel.colorado.edu/current/sl_noib_ns_global.txt


Sea Ice is also increasing:

Geologist Don Easterbrook in his ICCC-4 announced paper, The Looming Threat of Global Cooling, noted the undeniable link between the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) shifting to its warm mode in 1915 and 1977 and global warming resulting both times. Conversely, in 1945 and 1999 the PDO moved to its cool mode and the globe cooled right along, despite a rapid increase in atmospheric CO2 during the period. What’s more, climate changes in the geologic record show a regular pattern of alternate warming and cooling with a 25-30 year period for the past 500 years. Easterbrook thereby concludes that we should “expect global cooling for the next 2-3 decades that will be far more damaging than global warming would have been.”


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