Climate Change? The Answer Is In The Rocks!
Spoiler Alert – we hear a lot about rising sea levels – turns out there is no such things as the standard level of the sea vis a vis the land. Neither are static. This is a fascinating look at why the sea level is not constant over time.
Normal Sea Level?
Dan Britt – Takes A Scientific Look At Climate Change
This YouTube video explains is an entertaining way how over the past 500 million years the climate has changed. These changes are recorded in the rocks on earth, and from the past 800,000 years in the ice cores and sea bed samples.
This is well worth an hour of anyone’s time.
Normal Sea Level
If “normal sea level” is what has occurred over most of the past 500 million years then currently our sea levels are much lower than normal!
Q. Can humans change the climate?
These videos show how some changes in land management can have a huge impact. Real photos and video which clearly show how dry barren land which heats up quickly and drains very quickly can be turned green.
I find it fascinating that human and land management can have a huge impact on the local climate in an area. The “local” is probably wrong when you look at the Aral Sea.