Titley said that after the Navy asked him to look at climate change, he changed his mind about it, based on the preponderance of evidence from long-term models based on physics, which is very different from weather forecasting.
“I’ve told the Navy and Congress that we should expect a global sea rise between now and the year 2100 of about 1 meter,” Titley told a hall full of students and others Friday who attended the conference, called “Risk and Uncertainty and the Communication of Sea Level Rise.”
“If I’m wrong, I’m probably wrong on the low end,” he said.
There has been no sea level rise in Santa Barbara since the start of records in the 1970s.
This is exactly what General Eisenhower warned us about.
h/t to Marc Morano