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US lawmaker says falling rocks could be pushing up sea levels

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Friday, May 18, 2018 - 1:09pm
A US lawmaker has been ridiculed for suggesting that rising sea levels could be caused by falling rocks rather than climate change.
Alabama congressman Mo Brooks, who sits on the House of Representatives' science committee, was one of several members to grill Dr Philip Duffy, president of the Woods Hole Research...
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