No Sea Level Rise Around Seychelles and Zanzibar!

I moved from the beautiful coast of Anse a La Mouche to the foothills of the Trois Freres Mountain which overlooks the Seychelles’ capital city Victoria because I thought sea level rise and other climatic events would flood the area. Now I am told that that there are no sea level rises around the Seychelles. In fact, since the 1960s there have been substantial decreases in sea levels in the south tropical region of the Indian Ocean including the Seychelles and Zanzibar according to a study just released.

TSUNAMI PREDICTED IN JULY- EARTHQUAKE OR EARTHQUACK?

A computer games developer in the US, Britton La Roche, while theorising in order to build a games simulator has managed to cause panic by predicting a Tsunami on July 22, 2009. Nirmal Shah comments on how the media and the internet community have reacted as if this was a scientific fact and have managed to stir panic throughout Asia and the Indian Ocean region.

SUPERNATURE MAN LEAVES EARTH

Fighting tears in his eyes, Nirmal remembers another scion of Seychelles conservation Lyall Watson a science writer, conservationist and polymath who passed on, recently.

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