Sunday, May 3, 2015

Rising Sea Levels?

                Florida’s sea level rose nearly 9 inches in the 20th century. (That isn’t even one-tenth of an inch per year, less than the height of two pennies stacked on their sides).  Yet  projections for sea level rise this century are as high as 78 inches, according to a 2014 study by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences.
                Sea levels have risen and fallen in the past, but now that man-caused-climate-change Kool-Aid drinkers are projecting up to an 867% greater rise this century than last, in order to shock and awe- and instill fear in- the general populace and the low-information voter. Why do you think that is? Are these “men of science” completely  unbiased and agenda-free?
                Really?  867%?
                Even if this were the case, that would put the average yearly sea level rise at just over ¾ of one inch per year for this century. 

                Good thing we have fast cars.

                Of one thing there can be no doubt: “chutzpa” levels among alarmists  are rising faster than the sea.

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