Hansen/NOAA 1982 : Eighteen Feet Of Sea Level Rise Possible By 2032

Look for one inch of sea level rise per month until 2032.

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4 Responses to Hansen/NOAA 1982 : Eighteen Feet Of Sea Level Rise Possible By 2032

  1. gator69 says:

    He is probably a Cubs fan too. 😉

  2. Illuminated Warmist says:

    We didn’t have invented the missing heat yet back then, that causes more heat to produce more snow and cold, by thermodynamic entrapping at the bottom of the oceans (invented by our team in a recent research), and has saved the Antarctic icecap for a while, but not for long, even causing the continuous set of record ice extent of the last few years… But all this is misleading…
    Make no mistake, the missing heat is getting nervous, and getting angry and will return with a vengeance to and melt all ice it founds, especially on the western part of Antarctica as our previous models have predicted it, and the oceans will go up by 18 or even 22 feet (according to the new models) and there will be unprecedented catastrophic inundations, droughts and whatnot everywhere!!
    It will be an apocalypse of biblical proportions and it’ll happen not now, of course, but in a couple of decades, possibly 50 years according to the models, and our children and grandchildren will be DOOMED!!
    All we need now is a little more federal grants, I mean, just to finish our research and create even better models, that will predict virtually anything you can possibly imagine.
    And last, but not least, a consensus of 98% of world scientific community agrees with what we’re saying here, therefore everything is scientifically proven and, most importantly, peer reviewed by our best friends, I mean, best peers.
    Well, I hope my report has all the usual important information for the masses, please spread out the truth.
    Thanks! 🙂

  3. Bob Tisdale says:

    That’s a great find, Steve.

    Regards

  4. chris y says:

    If what they say is true, that the melting rate increases proportionately with CO2 increases, then a doubling of CO2 concentrations will only double the melt rate. With current melt rates at around 0 – 10 ppm/yr in Antarctic and Greenland, doubling those to 20 ppm/yr leaves an awful long time before sea level rise from melting glaciers becomes noticeable.

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