I was reading about rising sea levels and what the earth would look like if all the ice melted. I read someone's comment and it intrigued me.
"Not accurate, when you remove all that ice from the continents, they shift significantly, rising or falling more than the surrounding sea levels. When the Ice Age ended, the North American continent rose as much as 1000 feet in the area driven down by 10 million square miles of ice. Remeber our continents "float" on molten magma, not fixed foundations."
Very interesting point that I had never heard before. Thoughts on any of this?