I ask because I thought it wasn’t.
He demonstrated by showing a single icecube melting versus a few in a glass.
The argument was that the single one was already underwater so levels won’t rise.
Isn’t Ice denser than water? (So levels WILL rise when totally submerged ice melts?)
Sea-Ice isn’t totally submerged like the icecube. If it melts it ADDS the above sea ice to the water.
I know the bit of an iceberg you see is only ten percent of the actual size of the iceberg. ten percent is more than nothing.
Can you fight my ignorance?