Doom Today: Seas Will Totally Rise For 300 Years Because You Had A Burger

Or maybe it’s Michael “Robust Debate” Mann’s fault

Here’s what Mann has caused

Seas Will Rise for 300 Years
And the longer it takes to reduce carbon emissions, the higher they will go

It’s a given of climate change that greenhouse gases emitted today will shape the world for future generations. But new research underscores just how long those effects will last.

A striking new study published yesterday in the journal Nature Communications suggests that sea-level rise—one of the biggest consequences of global warming—will still be happening 300 years from now, even if humans stop emitting greenhouse gases before the end of the current century.

What’s more, the longer it takes to start reducing global emissions, the higher those future sea levels will be. The study suggests that for every additional five years it takes for emissions to peak and start falling—for instance, if emissions were to reach their maximum levels in the year 2030, as opposed to 2025—sea levels will rise an additional 8 inches by the year 2300.

“The Paris Agreement calls for emissions to peak as soon as possible,” researcher Carl-Friedrich Schleussner of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, one of the study’s co-authors, said in a statement about the new paper. “This might sound like a hollow phrase to some, but our results show that there are quantifiable consequences of delaying action.”

In other words, this is about government funded scientists backing a government solution to a made up issue.

Within these scenarios, the new study finds that sea levels will likely rise by between 2.3 and 4 feet by the year 2300—and they’ll likely continue to rise even beyond that point.

Of course, this is all just un-scientific scaremongering, because they can’t actually prove this, there’s no control group, and no one will remember this garbage in 2300.

There’s still a great deal of uncertainty associated with sea-level projections, particularly so far in the future, that largely hinges on scientists’ developing understanding of how the world’s ice sheets will respond to continued warming and the physical processes that mold those responses. Recent research tends to suggest that the future may carry more risks than previously suspected and that human societies should be planning accordingly.

Ya think? It’s all guesswork from Cultists, based on wishful thinking, crystal balls, and computer models.

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8 Responses to “Doom Today: Seas Will Totally Rise For 300 Years Because You Had A Burger”

  1. McGehee says:

    Ohhhhhhhhh! It never was man-caused atmosphere cancer — it was Mann-caused atmosphere cancer!

    Now it finally makes sense!

  2. captainfish says:

    what a hypocrite. They are so blind with hatred that they can’t even see it. And, why 300 years? My weather guys can’t even predict more than 3 days out. But seriously! Why stop at 300 years if MAN’s CO2 is the cause? Wouldn’t an increasing population and an increasing fuel usage cause more evil CO2, thus causing a CONTINUAL temperature increase?

    • Jefferyj, says:

      It’s assumed that at some time in the next 300 years even Con Men will come to their senses (if they haven’t killed everyone with AR-15s). In any event, we will eventually run out of available fossil fuels to burn and the atmospheric CO2 levels will start a slow decline.

      NB – CO2 is not evil, only men are.

      • Some Hillbilly in St Louis says:

        “NB – CO2 is not evil, only men are.”

        Except for (scary looking) guns?

        • Jeffery says:

          Wrong again.

          Not even AR-15 style rifles designed to rapidly kill scores of humans are evil. The men that wield them for that purpose are evil. The men that knowingly support and facilitate their actions are evil.

          Only men are evil. And only some men are evil. Some of you are not evil, just stupid.

          • Some Hillbilly in St Louis says:

            Well little guy, if a weapon is just an object and it is man that is evil, there is no point in banning or limiting objects.

  3. I am fine with you not having burgers, but sea level has nothing to do with it!

  4. Jl says:

    “Seas will likely rise…”. Sorta like going to a tarot card reader- “you will likely meet someone interesting..someday”.

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