iNow Posted May 30, 2013 Share Posted May 30, 2013 Your link about the Tuvalu Islands says nothing about decreasing land area of the Tuvalu Islands. The Tuvalu Islands are not in danger unless their land area is decreasing. Perhaps you need to look-up the word "subside" so you can learn what that means. If 10% of sea level rise is due to land subsidence, then that inherently means that land area is decreasing (unless there's perhaps a volcano on the island about which nobody is aware... a volcano that is invisibly adding back to the land mass?). I really do think we should all get back to the topic at hand which is future sources of energy. Is that perhaps because you're growing tired of your off-topic claims being so easily and so consistently refuted? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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