Melting glacial ice and ice sheets have driven seas to levels unmatched in the past 6,000 years, says a study out this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Things began to go haywire about 150 years ago, the same time humanity began to pump greenhouse gases into the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels.
I marked the tipping point below in red, at 286.2 ppm – when “things went haywire”
Ever since that tipping point was reached when things went haywire, the tide gauge at Manhattan has been showing a steady sea level rise of 2.85 mm / year.
During that same time period, sea level at Stockholm has been falling about 4 mm/ year -apparently because of the crazy haywire effects of Mann-made CO2.
Sea level went completely nuts 15,000 years ago – when Clovis Man SUV’s pushed CO2 up to 280 PPM
I want to thank the National Academy of Sciences for helping to turn the world into a bunch of scientific imbeciles.