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One volcano can ruin your climate dogma

Tell the Minoans the science is settled

9 September 2023

9:00 AM

9 September 2023

9:00 AM

Kandahalagalaa is an atoll in the Maldives where drill holes show that sea level rose and fell like a yoyo well before humans started to emit carbon dioxide in the Industrial Revolution. Sea level changes were obviously unrelated to human activities. Drilling showed that the atoll thrived each time sea level rose.

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