No Net Change in Global Atmospheric Temperature Proven by Sea Level Not Risen Since the End of the Ice Age


Sunspots and solar-flares do cause temporary slight increases in global atmospheric temperature from time to time, which causes slightly more evaporation off the ocean for slightly more cloud cover which by shading and rain brings the atmospheric temperature back down slightly, which is why the sea level has not risen since circa 1400 b. c. considering that shore erosion and tectonic movements of shoreline downward are not the sea level rising, nor are tsunamis or storm surges by hurricanes.