Consensus : Sea Level To Rise One Metre In The Next 90 Years

Oceanographer demonstrates that the consensus pulls numbers out of thin air.,1518,732303,00.html


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10 Responses to Consensus : Sea Level To Rise One Metre In The Next 90 Years

  1. Ivan says:

    Funny … this was the “consensus” 70 years ago.

    Earth’s Temperature.
    But no one need be alarmed by such prospects. According to Dr Mather. the 10 degrees rise in average temperature which might have all these consequences is likely to take at least 15,000 years to develop. The probable increase in the depth of the oceans is an inch every 100 years.”
    ~3 June 1940

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    Even assuming an inch increase every 10 years, you would think an intelligent species would be able to adapt.

  3. BarryW says:

    One meter? 3mil a year for 100 years equals 30 cm or about a foot. Someone change the length of the meter? Yeah, I know rate increase except the rate has been decreasing…

  4. Andy Weiss says:


    Maybe porpoises can adapt (assuming my spelling is correct)?


    • suyts says:

      Is why I use Firefox……comes with a spell check. I believe though, there is a spell check available for IE as an add-on. WARNING!!!! It is still possible to appear illiterate with a spell check!

      And your spelling seems correct……….according to Firefox.

  5. Luke of the D says:

    Hey you guyses! There’s a consesus involved in that study! Consesus… and if they say 0.1mm X 90years = 1meter then it does. So ther. Consesus.

    “Yeah your lumpy and you smell bad. Whale Biologist.” – Wale Bilogist, Futurama

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