Thousands with degrees who seem to agree on x and majority of those with relevant degrees who agree on x are not the same thing. You have railed against consensus thinking, and now presume there is none? By what data?<quoted text>
You know there are thousands with equal or better degrees who seem to agree. If anything the consensus would be that it isn't true since now there is more who disagree than agree.
And when it comes to fluid displacement, the fact is still the same. The shoreline would remain the same. I may be lousy at drawing an ice cube but when it comes to things like this I have already drawn conclusions that are supported by what is happening in the real world. Which is the only ones that matter.
Of course your complaint is those are not supporting your desired conclusions.
When it comes to fluid displacement - you are still as clueless as ever. It isn't my job to attempt to re-align your "already drawn conclusions" and repair your conceptual inabilities.