In 2010, The Guardian predicted Greenland would reach a tipping point in ten years, which would cause 23 feet of sea level rise and drown New Orleans. Their evidence was a chunk of ice which broke off the Petermann Glacier.
Over the last six years, the Petermann Glacier has been growing nearly ten feet per day.
The San Francisco Bay is now only 23.00 feet short of the Guardian’s 23.00 foot sea level rise prediction.
Equally disturbing sea level rise at La Jolla, California since 1871.
On the East Coast the situation in Miami is desperate too, with the entire ocean now covered with the condensed form of dangerous greenhouse gas H2O – famous for having the highest pH (7.0) of any acid. Had we listened to the experts, we could have prevented this tragedy.