Science says a melting glacier is making the oceans level lower due to global warming.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) January 7, 2018
There really aren’t many responses to this one.
— ⚡️⚡️GayPatriot ⚡️⚡️ (@GayPatriot) January 7, 2018
We remember science told us something different:
🤔 I was told something else. https://t.co/cJAegSKS8t
— DC Dude (@DCDude1776) January 7, 2018
“So much extra water is being added into the world’s oceans from melting glaciers that the ocean floor is sinking underneath its increasing weight. This ocean floor deformation also means we have miscalculated just how much ocean levels are rising and the problem could be far worse than previously believed.
Over the past 20 years, ocean basins have sunk an average of 0.004 inches per year. This means that the ocean is 0.08 inches deeper than it was two decades ago. While this small fragment of an inch may not seem much, oceans cover 70 percent of our planet, making the problem bigger than it seems at an initial glance.”
They always seem to have an answer to why the models are wrong.
Glaciers melting but water line has not risen because……uhh.. the oceans are sinking. There’s absolutely NOTHING they can’t explain away. https://t.co/0NSGGSYfwl
— Ilona (@Ilona3777) January 7, 2018
The excuses for failed global catastrophe are starting to get pretty thin. https://t.co/1hTFJrBn1l
— Ron Barker (@wrongnowshutup2) January 7, 2018
BREAKING:Global warming has the exact opposite effect on the planet than originally claimed (in addition to the original claims). https://t.co/ditxVBiLHj
— Beorn (@Beorn2000) January 7, 2018
So, perhaps this will be the next excuse.
There must be a hole in the ocean floor or something. *eye roll*https://t.co/T9SboHnIuR
— MrsFiveO (@MrsFiveO) January 7, 2018