Saddened by the fact that sea level is barely rising, climate scientists made up a fake upwards sea level adjustment called the Global Isostatic Adjustment. It is based on a theory that sea level rise would be 10% faster if not for glacial rebound.
Using that adjustment, they will eventually virtually drown New York, even if sea level doesn’t rise at all.
I propose an equally valid adjustment – the Glacial Contribution Adjustment – which compensates for the excess water in the oceans due to glacial melt. Sea level rise rates should be adjusted downwards by 1 mm/year to show what the rate would be if not for glacial melt. The logic behind this adjustment is identical to the GIA, except for one problem – it works against funding instead of in favor of it.