Time Magazine : 200 Feet Of Sea Level Rise

Time Magazine says both poles are melting and we are going to have 200 feet of sea level rise unless we act. They say this is caused by burning fossil fuels.

The North and South Poles Are Melting. Time To Take it Seriously | Time

Last winter was the coldest on record in Antarctica.

South Pole froze over in coldest winter on record | Live Science

Antarctica is very cold again this autumn.

Climate Reanalyzer

Sea ice at both poles are just below the 1981-2010 median.

Antarctic sea ice has been trending upwards since 1979.

OSI-420 | osisaf-hl.met.no

There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice over the past sixteen years.


Arctic sea ice extent is higher than 1989.

1989                                                                            2022

Sea level rise has not accelerated and is below NOAA’s most conservative scenario.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Fifty years ago Time Magazine said we are all going to freeze to death.

TIME Magazine Archive Article — Another Ice Age? — Jun. 24, 1974

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10 Responses to Time Magazine : 200 Feet Of Sea Level Rise

  1. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    Article in Slime Magazine no doubt funded in part by the WEF……….

  2. Rosco says:

    The usual bullshit appeal to the cuddly animals syndrome – this time penguins will be decimated by ice loss.

    Funny how there are huge colonies in southern Australia and Tasmania where there is zero ice year around !

  3. Alastair says:

    From Aryn Baker’s article, “Permafrost, the layer of permanently frozen ground that undergirds both poles.”

    Remind me, how much landmass is there under the north pole?

    • Conrad Ziefle says:

      Well, give me a break, so I didn’t get my words right. You know what I meant. Precise use of language is so white racist unfair.

  4. Peter Carroll says:

    In all the articles I have read about Antarctica melting, mainly concentrating on the West Antarctic Ice Shelf, none, not one, has mentioned volcanic or geothermal activity, beneath Antarctica’s ice.
    A simple Google search of, “Antarctic Volcanoes”, will reveal the truth, but it’s never mentioned.
    What we do get is BS stories of “fingers” of warm water, caused by global warning, creeping under ice shelves. The opposite is of course true, the “fingers” of warmer water are coming, out, from under the ice shelves.
    All it would take are simple sea temperature measurements, at measured distances from the ice out to the open ocean, to show what is actually happening. But that is obviously too hard, or unscientific.

    • Steve Case says:

      What we do get is BS stories of “fingers” of warm water, caused by global warning, creeping under ice shelves.

      They really don’t say that the warm water melting ice at the grounding line of the ice cap glaciers is caused the global warming, but they sure don’t stand in anyone’s way about making that assumption.

      • czechlist says:

        omission mendacity and quoting out of context are hallmarks of the left when they are not overtly lying.
        the author is not a “climate scientist” nor has she any other scientific credentials . were she on the other side of the debate that would be cause for the immediate dismissal of the article as mis-information.

  5. Jessica says:

    Don’t tell Al Gore. He’ll get the heebie-jeebies. As a true socialist, his belief in different sea levels at the same time is unshakeable. Proving the contrary could be life-threatening.

  6. trevor collins says:

    Tony…have I got time to change my under garments, I have just made a mess!! When will this happen, I will be 89 in August……from Trevor, in New Zealand. ?Feet Up Trev!!

  7. Lynne Balzer says:

    Obviously this “journalist” has no idea how to do meaningful research, which was never as easy as it is now with all the resources available on the Internet. Unfortunately, the untruths he puts on paper influence many people.

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