The report, from the National Academy of Sciences, found that the impacts of melting ice and warming, expanding oceans will hit California harder because most of the state’s coast line is slowly sinking due to geological forces. Ocean levels south of Humboldt County will rise up to 1 foot in the next 20 years, 2 feet by 2050, and up to 5 feet by 2100, the study showed.
In order to produce one foot of sea level rise, more than twenty-two feet of ice would have to melt across the entire surface of Antarctica. That would require one foot per year of melt, in places where the temperature never gets above -20C.
What kind of drugs are these morons smoking?