Sea Level Rose Faster in the 20s and 30s

There is kerfuffle about sea level rise going on concerning this paper.

But clearly sea level rose faster in the 20s and 30s.




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  1. If they haven’t erased the Maunder Minimum [lack of Solar Activity 1650 – 1715] temperature records, one can see that the Earth’s average temperature rose about 2 degrees C until now. The long term climate is clearly driven by the Solar Activity. Glacial melting and sea level rise obviously has been on going since the Maunder Minimum.

    The question is “Will the reduced Solar activity starting in 2000 continue to 2040 or 2050?”. If so, the sea levels will be sure to fall, as the rest of humanity freezes.


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