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Antarctic ice models “not correct”, sea level rise “complicated”

There’s some surprising reaction to the press release we covered on WUWT recently. Here’s some excerpts: Knowing how the massive ice sheets atop  Antarctica and Greenland work is key to predicting how global warming could raise sea  levels and flood … Continue reading ?
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