New historical data on sea levels shows no connection to CO2 levels
More than 70 recent scientific publications show that there is absolutely nothing unusual about the magnitude and rapidity of today’s sea level changes. These academically peer-reviewed papers show that sea levels were on average 2 meters higher earlier in the Holocene than they are today.
New data recovered from UK record archives extends back 200 years, and demonstrates that while there are changes in sea level, up and down, there has been no steady acceleration in rises that there should be if there is indeed a connection to atmospheric CO2 levels.
The chart above is based on this data. If there was a connection to sea level rise and CO2 in the atmosphere, there should be a steady and persistent acceleration. There is not, which suggests sea levels have always fallen and risen regardless of atmospheric CO2 levels.