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Claim That Sea Level Is Rising Is a Total Fraud


Interview: Dr. Nils-Axel Morner

Dr. Nils-Axel Morner is the head of the Paleogeophysics and Geodynamics department at Stockholm University in Sweden.  He is past president (1999-2003) of the INQUA Commission on Sea Level Changes and Coastal Evolution, and leader of the Maldives Sea Level Project. Dr. Mörner has been studying the sea level and its effects on coastal areas for some 35 years. He was interviewed by Gregory Murphy on June 6 for EIR.

EIR: I would like to start with a little bit about your background, and some of the commissions and research groups you’ve worked on.

Morner: I am a sea-level specialist. There are many good sea-level people in the world, but let’s put it this way:

There’s no one who’s beaten me. I took my thesis in 1969, devoted to a large extent to the sea-level problem. From then on, I have launched most of the new theories, in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. I was the one who understood the problem of the gravitational potential surface, the theory that it changes with time. I’m the one who studied the rotation of the Earth, how it affected the redistribution of the oceans’ masses. And so on. And then I was president of INQUA, an international fraternal association, their Commission on Sea-Level Changes and Coastal Evolution, from 1999 to 2003. And in order to do something intelligent there, we launched a special international sea-level research project  in  the Maldives, because  that’s the hottest spot  on Earth  for—there  are  so many variables interacting there, so it was interesting, and also people had claimed that the Maldives—about 1,200 small  islands—were doomed  to disappear  in 50 years, or at most, 100 years. So that was a very important target.

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  1. SAYED LUTFUL says:

    Thanks and congratulation to become the first for posting article from our group. The author reference the sea level change of Maldivp and others. In this context, I draw our sir’s attention to post his views regarding the the author’s claim of sea level change so that we can co relate the technical issues of sea level change and finally our learning will get momentum by reading such interviews.Thanks

    • Fayjus Salehin says:

      Thanks Lutful. I am agreeing with you. We are enthusiastically waiting for the expert opinions, like Shahid sir’s. Sea level rise is the burning issue right now. But it is the most controversial issue as well. The experts are divided. This issue should be solved as early as possible, so that we can concentrate on other firm issues like, rapid population growth, unplanned land use, poor waste management system, river grabbing, deforestation, and so on. Whether sea level is rising or not our vulnerability will be rising with the rapid population growth. People are living in the riskier areas near coast due to no having available land in the inland. Sometimes river erosion is forcing the people to leave their native land. So we should follow the holistic approach concentrating all other important issues as far as Bangladesh is concerned.

  2. Md. Amran Hossain says:

    You frighten a lot of scientists. If they say that climate is not changing, they lose their research grants. And some people cannot afford that; they become silent, or a few of us speak up, because we think that it’s for the honesty of science, that we have to do it”

    “Morner :in 5,000 years, the whole of theNorthern Hemisphere experienced warming, the HoloceneWarm Optimum, and it was 2.5 degrees warmer than today.And still, no problem with Antarctica, or with Greenland;still, no higher sea level”

    where according to national science foundation,

    “The current trajectory for the 21st century global rise of sea level is 2 to 3 feet due to warming of the oceans, partial melting of mountain glaciers and partial melting of Greenland and Antarctica.”
    source: http://nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=123545&org=NSF&from=news

    this news completely made me confused. he made some strong logic to believe in him. there are also lots of things that suggest climate is changing and sea level rises.

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