Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Climate change models forgot to account for, get this, the ground absorbs water.

Despite the accelerated melting of glaciers and ice sheets, sea levels aren’t rising quite as quickly as scientists anticipated. The reason: Continents are absorbing more of the water before it flows into the seas, according to a new study.
Thirsty continents.

I think what the science is trying to tell is is that the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain.

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