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The historical evidence that Pacific Islands are not sinking

Written by Dr Judy Ryan

Below is a copy of the public letter that I sent on behalf of Dr Curtis and Myself. It went to all politicians in Australia and both Australian and overseas Media

Dear Prime Minister,
As you are uncontactable, one of your Ministers will pass this message on to you.
Please do not give our hard earned money to the governments of any of the Pacific Islands under the guise of ‘Climate-Change’.
Here is robust historical evidence that they are not sinking as the alarmist MSM proclaim.
Respectfully Yours
Drs Judy Ryan and Marjorie Curtis
World Wide Web of Independent Scientists

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    tinkabell

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    I have looked at the video and it makes interesting viewing. It is important to note in relation the the land area increase that the “vast majority of this increase was from human activities” ie reclamation of submerged areas, not from any falling sea levels. I think the viewers of the video need consider how they would feel about living on an island of 2 metre average altitude, knowing that the average sea level rise predicted by NASA between now and 2100 is 65 centimetres, and even that they say, is conservative and might increase more in the future. If it was me I’d be seriously worried about the future of me, my kids and grandkids.
    The vulnerability to tidal waves and tsunamis would also of course be a lot greater, and their frequency and intensity increasing.

    See these references:

    https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2680/new-study-finds-sea-level-rise-accelerating/ and https://www.dw.com/en/climate-induced-sea-level-rise-to-worsen-tsunami-impacts/a-45730449.

    These are credible academic references, including NASA. They must at least be considered.

    How many parents can happily say the pacific islands are places they’d even consider moving their families to?

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    Peter C

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    Credible academic references, including NASA! Eerr No, not very credible, especially NASA .

    I quote from the paper: “ Even with a 25-year data record, detecting acceleration is challenging. Episodes like volcanic eruptions can create variability: the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991 decreased global mean sea level just before the Topex/Poseidon satellite launch, for example. In addition, global sea level can fluctuate due to climate patterns such as El Ninos and La Ninos (the opposing phases of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation), which influence ocean temperature and global precipitation patterns.

    Nerem and his team used climate models to account for the volcanic effects and other datasets to determine the El Nino/La Nina effects, ultimately uncovering the underlying rate and acceleration of sea level rise over the last quarter century.”

    It is climate models again, always dodgy climate models.

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