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Aston Martin's Cosworth 6.5L 1000 hp V12 is NATURALLY ASPIRATED


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#201 Greg Locock

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Posted 04 October 2019 - 21:56

Yes there is enough H2O around the planet to raise sea levels by 20m.  Probably 200, even 400. coo.

 

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In the last 15000 years sea levels have risen by 110m, as the ice caps melted. The current rate, 3m per 1000 years, would be an indiscernible blip on this graph.

 

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#202 gruntguru

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Posted 04 October 2019 - 23:20

Sea ice is little of a problem since it displaces 90% of its volume so melting it would make only a small variation.

Sea ice actually is no problem. When it melts it shrinks to fit into the 90% space that was already underwater.