Don’t know whether History Channel’s Amelia Earhart hypothesis is correct, but it certainly shows that changes in sea-level at the Marshall Islands are not due to CO2 emissions.
According to last night’s History Channel program, Earhart’s plane crash landed at the Northern shore of Mili Island. The Japanese then hauled the plane down the then shoreline (i.e., between the blue lines) to a waiting barge. Today the area between the blues lines is obviously jungle. But in 1937, it was shoreline. Mili has clearly grown (not shrunk, as per global warming sea-level rise hysteria) since 1937.