“sea level is projected”

According to the government of Massachusetts :

“By 2030, sea level is projected to rise by 0.6 to 1.1 feet above 2000 levels. By 2070, some projections estimate a rise in sea level of 2.3 to 4.2 feet over 2000 levels. Sea level rise combined with more intense hurricanes and winter storms present a serious threat to people residing in coastal areas of Massachusetts.”

Sea Level Rise | Mass.gov

Sea level at Boston is rising slower now than it did 70 years ago, and is below all projections.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

New England hasn’t been hit by a major hurricane since 1954, when they were hit by two in two weeks.

The Worst Massachusetts Hurricanes of the 20th Century | Mass.gov

New England is experiencing the quietest period on record for severe hurricanes.

(PDF) Climatic history of the northeastern United States during the past 3000 years

Barack Obama recently purchased a beach home in Massachusetts worth almost $20 million and is installing huge commercial propane tanks on the property.

“The select board approved a request for a 2,500-gallon commercial propane tank for 79 Turkeyland Cove Road in Katama — owned by former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. “We’ve never had a private propane tank come to us,” said select board member Arthur Smadbeck, with select board member Michael Donaroma noting a private-residence propane tank is typically a fraction of the quantity being requested. “

Memorial Wharf construction still not completed  – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

79 Turkeyland Cove Rd, Edgartown, MA 02539 | MLS #35388 | Zillow

79 Turkeyland Cove Rd – Google Maps

The house would have taken a direct hit from Hurricane Edna in 1954.

12 Sep 1954, Page 1 – The Philadelphia Inquirer at Newspapers.com

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12 Responses to “sea level is projected”

  1. Conrad Ziefle says:

    You think that maybe their well-trained experts have misunderstood the difference between inches and feet? And I don’t know why they referenced 2000, when they could have used 1850 and made it appear that much worse. And again the age-old mistake, the belief in a forever positive slope. When that slope curves downward, then they have a real problem.

    • arn says:

      Forever positive slope is kind of accelerating perpetuum mobile.

      Such an idea would instantly ruin a scientists career –
      but it is somehow the foundation of climate science.

  2. GWS says:

    The people who write these scary reports are all woke lefties fresh out of journalism school hot on making a name for themselves and anxious to show the world that they can see the train barreling down on them when no one else can. They are everywhere and they are a giant bore.

    • Greg in NZ says:

      Not only fresh young green churnos: retired meteorologist, Erick Brenstrum, keeps earning his 30 pieces of silver by penning articles for NZ Geographic (so ‘left’ it’s horizontal), having a monthly chat on Radio NZ about world weather (heat! fires! floods! fossil fuels!) and promoting trees for ‘decarbonisation’… and profit.

      The only time I’ve made an official complaint to Radio NZ was for one of his ‘chats’ a few years back when he spoke of Ant/Arctic ice, sea ice, temperatures (air & sea), sea levels & acidification, all caused by man’s “warming world”. Every point he made was the COMPLETE OPPOSITE to what I was looking at on my computer: NSIDC, DMI, NASA ice & temp graphs, North & South Pole summit stations, UAH, and an article by our hard-working host, Tony Heller, and Toto.

      Erick ‘the Red’ was on the radio last night, spewing more OPPOSH!T nonsense about 40C in London, fires in Spain, dry riverbeds in Italy, floods here in New Zealand, all caused by us and our “warming world” (hint: it ain’t). Maybe it’s time for another official complaint?

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it-except the climatologists, who call it climate.

  4. Gamecock says:

    “By 2030, sea level is projected to rise by 0.6 to 1.1 feet above 2000 levels. By 2070, some projections estimate a rise in sea level of 2.3 to 4.2 feet over 2000 levels. Sea level rise combined with more intense hurricanes and winter storms present a serious threat to people residing in coastal areas of Massachusetts.”

    So they have 50 years to move. No worries, mate.

    • arn says:

      50 years may not be enough.

      For ten thousands of years people were able to adjust to climate.
      They did it so good that they conquered the hottest and coldest regions –
      and almost all of this was done with no tech at all.

      But for some reason humanity lost all these abilities during the high tech era.
      Right now we have all these fantastic tools and machines but for some reason 1 inch of sea level rise and 0.2 degrees of warming are too much for humanity to survive .

      There are only 2 ways to explain this:
      Either all is a lie
      or the woke human is so incompetent and unfit for survival that even the tiniest imbalance can kill them.

  5. Kevin P says:

    The article also misses the point that the arctic contribution to sea level rise is zero. All of the arctic ice is in water meaning no net effect on water level if the ice melts. If they can’t get that right then there’s no reason to read the rest of the article.

  6. Douglas Hoyt says:

    Don’t forget isostatic rebound from the last ice age. The land in New England is slowly rising, offsetting rising sea levels.

  7. rah says:

    There is absolutely no TS activity anywhere in earth today (August 26).
    https://www.weatherusa.net/tropical

    There are two disturbances in the Atlantic Basin but neither is forecasted to strengthen.

    Nobody, but nobody, forecasted this and the accumulating days having no activity globally is really getting to be quite remarkable.

    https://climatlas.com/tropical/

  8. Gamecock says:

    I know that western track in the chart ‘Tropical storms from 1954 to 1954.’

    It’s one southerners remember well. The Big One. Hazel.

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