3 thoughts on “Scientists nearly double sea level rise projections for 2100, because of Antarctica”

  1. I don’t know if the researchers said it or if was Waco hype, but if they think increases in sea level is “irreversible,” they need to think again. The usual state of the planet is huge ice caps containing about 100-120 meters? of locked up water.

    The “riddle” of how Antarctica surrendered so much ice during interglacial has nothing whatever to do with life sustaining CO2.

  2. And that’s the point – most of us of adult age will not be alive in 2100 so who will know if they are correct or not. They could say the continent of NA will disappear and there no one can dispute it.

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