There are confirmed reports that the sea level is rising, and not from climate change.
NASA recently discovered live active volcanoes under the Antarctic ice sheets spewing hot molten fluid onto the subsurface ice sheets, melting the ice. Now we have undisputed evidence the sea level is rising and more importantly the cause.
The Antarctic ice sheets are roughly twice the size of Australia and contain about 90 percent of the world's ice. If melted, sea level would rise about 200 feet.
The Antarctic ice sheets may overlay the densest volcanic region in the world as hundreds of volcanoes have been identified. It is not known how many volcanoes are active now or when dormant volcanoes with the potential to cause devastating eruptions may become active. Indications are the ice sheets are breaking up more quickly now. The ice sheets weaken through melting of the ice then shatter, sending mountains of ice sheets into the ocean.
Engineers and scientists are using artificial intelligence as they attempt to determine the rate of sea level rise, and when approximately 60 percent of the earth's inhabitants could potentially be wiped out almost overnight, should the ice sheets break apart and fall into the ocean.
This new revelation of sea level rise is likely to be headline news in the foreseeable future because of the political implications and economic impact it may have on our nation and the world.
U.K. Custred, Lakeland