Sea Levels Will SOON! Be At Doom Level In South Florida Or Something

I’m dying to see how much the seas will rise per the Miami Herald. Weirdly, no one there is saying they will leave Florida

Sea levels are starting to rise faster. Here’s how much South Florida is expecting

Sea levels are rising, swamping roads and homes in South Florida. And it’s picked up the pace in recent years.

In the last 80 years, sea level rise has risen about a foot, with 8 inches of that total in the last 30 years, said Brian McNoldy, a senior research associate at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric and Earth Science.

About a foot? Can we see the precise measurement? That’s science. In fact, the closest gauge to Miami shows 1.04 feet since 1931, which is still a bit below what is expected during a Holocene warm period. And has no accelerated.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s best estimates, that pace is expected to speed up — dramatically.

It took about 80 years for the first foot. The second one will only take 30 years. The next, 20 years. And Florida could see the next foot in merely a decade after that.

“Sea level rise is beginning to speed up a bit,” McNoldy said. “If you draw a straight line it starts to not look so straight in recent decades.”

So, in 60 years there will be 3 feet of sea rise? If this doesn’t happen, who loses their job? How about this: make a prediction for the next 5 years. Let’s see how close you are. They won’t, though, because then they’d be on the hook. And you seriously do not expect the Credentialed Media to a: hold them accountable and b: force the climate cult scientists to prove their work, do you?

But perhaps the biggest uncertainty in future sea level rise boils down to one thing: exactly how much more pollution the world will continue to spew into the atmosphere. The lower-end predictions account for a world in which governments stop burning fossil fuels quickly, and the higher-end predictions are based on a situation where we burn even more than we are now.

How do they even call themselves journalists anymore? This is like a doomsday cult written submission.

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