Florida Sea Level Rise Rates Are Half What They Used To Be

From 1925 To 1950, sea level at Key West, Florida rose at 5 mm/year. Since 1950, it has been rising at half that rate, 2.5 mm/year.

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Data and Station Information for KEY WEST

Sea level in Florida rose much faster when CO2 was lower, so Barack Obama logically believes that he can reduce sea level rise by choking off the US economy in a token gesture which has almost no impact on global emissions.

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3 Responses to Florida Sea Level Rise Rates Are Half What They Used To Be

  1. Adrian Forte says:

    Makes total sense. A single factoid about the sea level in one particular area, unsourced, totally debunks climate change! We won’t think about any other contributing factors, or that climate change is a global issue about long-term averages over the entire planet! Half Life Three Confirmed!

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