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Sea level rising, blame Hydronium

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While we arguing about something else, namely that mountains are getting shorter due to sea level rises, I had a notion that there may be an alternative explanation.

I believe that water is getting lighter, and that is why the sea-levels are going up.

The most obvious culprit is Hydronium . H3O is the chemical composition, and with one extra hydrogen to help hold up that relatively heavy oxygen atom, the water will be lighter and so rise.

As to why there is so much Hydronium these days is difficult to explain. Personally I put it down to ozone layer depletion, with the UV rays helping to create more H3O, or penguins, who have seized their opportunity to expand their territories by decreasing ours.

I think a mass cull of those sneaky little buggers, and putting lots of sunblock over Antarctica should do the trick.

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not_morrison_rm, Jan 19 2017

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       It's not penguins that are to blame - it's seals and their malevolent acts. I've heard many people say that seal evils are rising.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 19 2017
  

       Whale oil be syrup raised if seal evils are not ad dressed at the next NMRM Co Bored Meating.
Sgt Teacup, Jan 19 2017
  

       Err..seal no evil?
not_morrison_rm, Jan 19 2017
  

       What is a penquin?
pocmloc, Jan 19 2017
  

       When water gets warmer, it expands slightly. If you apply "slightly" to miles-deep of warmer ocean water, it adds some centimeters of overall height (from ocean floor).
Vernon, Jan 19 2017
  

       // seal no evil? //   

       Isn't that one of the Three Wise Mongeese ... ?   

       If a seal acquires an electric charge, does it become a seal ion ... ?
8th of 7, Jan 19 2017
  

       No. But when it loses the charge it becomes an onion.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 19 2017
  

       Aha, if we pour H202 into the seas around Antarctica...it should balance out the light-weight water,and there will be many blonde penguins. Ha,ha,ha... who's laughing now Mr Penguin?
not_morrison_rm, Jan 19 2017
  

       So if you aren't, who IS R.M. Morrison?
pashute, Sep 04 2020
  

       Probably why large sections of society are acclimatizing to breath water.
wjt, Sep 04 2020
  
      
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