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sea levels06-08-2021 03:46
duncan61
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The client I will be seeing again today worked for the port authority in Port Headland which is 1600km North of Perth.They have tidal records going back to 1955 and guess what.There is no recorded increase in sea levels.

HIGH TIDES AND LOW TIDES PORT HEDLAND
Tides Height Coeff.
2:59am 2.7 m 82
9:04am 5.6 m 82
3:44pm 1.8 m 85
9:58pm 5.3 m 85
As you can see it is a very tidal place.


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06-08-2021 03:52
James___
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duncan61 wrote:
The client I will be seeing again today worked for the port authority in Port Headland which is 1600km North of Perth.They have tidal records going back to 1955 and guess what.There is no recorded increase in sea levels.

HIGH TIDES AND LOW TIDES PORT HEDLAND
Tides Height Coeff.
2:59am 2.7 m 82
9:04am 5.6 m 82
3:44pm 1.8 m 85
9:58pm 5.3 m 85
As you can see it is a very tidal place.



No mention of Western Australia rising. That is accepted as a geological fact.
I will deny science. Western Australia is sinking.
06-08-2021 04:16
duncan61
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Land mass sinking or raising is a very slow process.NASA A holes are claiming 7 inches of sea level rise recently due to ice melting and sea warming expansion and it is not true and not happening.Lying F"£cks
06-08-2021 05:02
James___
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duncan61 wrote:
Land mass sinking or raising is a very slow process.NASA A holes are claiming 7 inches of sea level rise recently due to ice melting and sea warming expansion and it is not true and not happening.Lying F"£cks



Lying F"£cks.

My cousins in Norway understand that tectonic plate rebound is happening because of melting glaciers. Does speaking English start with "I am stupid".?




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