Would a hypothetical introduction of 2 swimming pools per second of water result in 6 inches of sea level…

A recent CBS News article, Climate Diaries: The hottest climate science in the world’s coldest place quotes Joe MacGregor, the chief scientist of NASA’s Operation IceBridge mission:

“Presently, the Antarctic ice sheet is discharging more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of ice into the ocean every second,” MacGregor said.

At that rate, Antarctica alone could cause as much as six inches of sea-level rise this century. “That’s of clear concern to coastal communities, not just in the United States, but coastal countries around the world,” MacGregor said.

Note: I am not interested in whether the estimate of two Olympic swimming pools per second is accurate. I am not interested in whether scientists believe whether the sea levels will rise 6 inches.

I am interested whether adding two Olympic swimming pools of water to the oceans per second would be enough to increase sea levels by 6 inches by the end of this century.

how can I prevent gagging from mucus on back of throat when swimming?

It’s not the most glamorous question but its a very annoying problem. I like to swim about 1km without stopping, but I find every now and again I get thick mucus on the back of my throat that makes me gag or feel like Im about to gag. I have tried taking Ventolin, expectorants like Bisolvan, and have just started Nasonex. Have any other swimmers had this issue and what strategies do you have to prevent it?

Open water swimming, apnea or regular wet suit?

As I scuba dive a lot I tend to see a lot of people swimming in open water, some seem to choose to have a regular wetsuit, and some seem to use an apnea wetsuit. Fresh or salt water, I’ve seen a mix in both.

Apnea wetsuits are neutral buoyancy, where as regular neoprene wetsuits are positive buoyancy. What would be the benefits of the one suit over the other for swimming, if any?

Would a hypothetical introduction of 2 swimming pools per second of water result in 6 inches of sea level…

A recent CBS News article, Climate Diaries: The hottest climate science in the world’s coldest place quotes Joe MacGregor, the chief scientist of NASA’s Operation IceBridge mission:

“Presently, the Antarctic ice sheet is discharging more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of ice into the ocean every second,” MacGregor said.

At that rate, Antarctica alone could cause as much as six inches of sea-level rise this century. “That’s of clear concern to coastal communities, not just in the United States, but coastal countries around the world,” MacGregor said.

Note: I am not interested in whether the estimate of two Olympic swimming pools per second is accurate. I am not interested in whether scientists believe whether the sea levels will rise 6 inches.

I am interested whether adding two Olympic swimming pools of water to the oceans per second would be enough to increase sea levels by 6 inches by the end of this century.

how can I prevent gagging from mucus on back of throat when swimming?

It’s not the most glamorous question but its a very annoying problem. I like to swim about 1km without stopping, but I find every now and again I get thick mucus on the back of my throat that makes me gag or feel like Im about to gag. I have tried taking Ventolin, expectorants like Bisolvan, and have just started Nasonex. Have any other swimmers had this issue and what strategies do you have to prevent it?

How to transport personal belongings while swimming long distance?

What is common way how to transport personal belongings while swimming?

I am talking about scenario when I need to cross a lake by swimming. I would like to take my stuff (wallet, cell phone, shorts, t-shirt) with me in some waterproof sack or something like that. What is the correct/recommended gear for this job?

If I try to search for “swimming bag” or similar, I find only results related to fancy bags for carrying stuff to/from swimming training.

To clarify my question. I know there are waterproof bags on the market. My question is more about what is the best gear (or class of gear) according to experience of somebody who actually try that.

CBS news story says 2 olympic size swimming pools per second equates to 6 inches of sea level rise in 100…

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/climate-diaries-the-hottest-climate-science-in-the-worlds-coldest-place/

Joe MacGregor, the mission’s chief scientist…. says “Presently, the Antarctic ice sheet is discharging more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of ice into the ocean every second”

At that rate, Antarctica alone could cause as much as six inches of sea-level rise this century.

is this math correct?

Open water swimming, apnea or regular wet suit?

As I scuba dive a lot I tend to see a lot of people swimming in open water, some seem to choose to have a regular wetsuit, and some seem to use an apnea wetsuit. Fresh or salt water, I’ve seen a mix in both.

Apnea wetsuits are neutral buoyancy, where as regular neoprene wetsuits are positive buoyancy. What would be the benefits of the one suit over the other, if any?

Question: Why would she touch my pussy in swimming pool clothes ?

So I had this scene with my best friend we were swimming in the pool with some other friends. After I left out of the pool she came behind me when I wasn’t looking and grabbed my pussy tightly that’s what I felt she placed her fingers on it tightly and the other hand she placed it on my boobs. So then she lift me in a horizontal way, the thing is I was wearing underwear the material of it is very soft because I had no bikini or swimming suit. When she lift me from behind I felt her fingers clearly pressing on my pussy so then she threw me in the pool. I’m confused if she actually felt my pussy or what did she feel exactly, did she feel anything ? Because I didn’t get to fix my underwear it was sticked to my skin as if the shape is showing so I want to know did she feel anything ? If yeah then what did she feel exactly why would she do that ? 

Question: What does girls feel when they touch pussy in swimming pool clothes ?

So I had this scene with my new best friend we were swimming in the pool with some other friends. She came behind me when I wasn’t looking and grabbed my pussy she was holding it with one hand more like she placed her fingers on it tightly and the other hand she placed it on my boobs. So then she lift me in a horizontal way, the thing is I was wearing underwear the material of it is very soft because I had no bikini or swimming suit. When she lift me from behind I felt her fingers clearly pressing on my pussy so then she threw me in the pool. I’m confused if she actually felt my pussy or what did she feel exactly, did she feel anything ?