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From the link: How Fast Are Oceans Rising? The Answer May Be In Century-Old Shipping Logs... The workers who once ran the station on Hilbre Island did something that, unbeknownst to them, has become crucial for understanding the future of a hotter climate: They recorded the tides.

The oceans are not rising. They are declining! Just look at the picture (in your link) of the old tide gauge at Hilbre Island's lifeboat station. It shows that the current sea level is much lower than the sea level in the 1800s and this because Gaia is cooling.

Take a look: https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2021/01/22/04_williams_2_cu...

In fact, Gaia sea levels have been declining for the last 10,000 years - The entire Holocene epoch - meaning, Gaia is cooling. With the exception of The Little Ice Age this is the coldest period of Gaia the last 10,000 years.


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