Sunday, September 13, 2009

Sea level mysteriously rises two feet along east coast

Sea levels are constantly fluctuating, but this summer’s rise of two feet along the east coast “surprised scientists who forecast such periodic fluctuations.” (National Geographic) Experts believe a weakened Gulf Stream is to blame. What’s the Gulf Stream? It’s “the superhighway of ocean water off the U.S. East Coast… that pulls water into its ‘orbit’ and away from the East Coast.

National Geographic says global warming isn’t to blame for the sea level rise. But are we sure that the Gulf Stream isn’t being weakened by a domino effect that starts with greenhouse gas crowding the atmosphere?


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