Sea Level Idiocy At National Geographic

National Geographic predicts five feet of sea level rise for South Florida in the next 85 years.

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Had they actually done any research, they would have known that sea level in south Florida has been rising 2.33 mm/year for the past century, has not accelerated, has not shown any correspondence with atmospheric CO2, and will only rise another seven inches by the year 2100.

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You simply can’t make up stupid and dishonest like climate alarmists.

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3 Responses to Sea Level Idiocy At National Geographic

  1. CheshireRed says:

    They know exactly what they’re doing. ‘IF’ sea levels rise 5 feet’….followed by the loss of X number of homes says it all. This is about deliberately scaring the public into submission, nothing less.

  2. NoMoreGore says:

    With a slow rate of rise like that, I would imagine the tides will be depositing sand as they go. There may be little if any erosion of the coastline. It might actually grow.

    While living in Florida, I installed a fence about 5 miles inland from the coast near Jupiter, on the Atlantic side. The soil was largely a mix of sand, vegetation and seashell remnants. There could be transport of materials from storms or tsunamis, but seeing vegetation still identifiable mixed with shells suggested a receding shoreline rather than a rising one.

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