Rising Sea Levels a Growing Risk to Coastal U.S., Study Says

There are 2 comments on the Mar 14, 2012, www.nytimes.com story titled Rising Sea Levels a Growing Risk to Coastal U.S., Study Says. In it, www.nytimes.com reports that:

About 3.7 million Americans live within a few feet of high tide and risk being hit by more frequent coastal flooding in coming decades because of the sea level rise caused by global warming , according to new research.

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Ex Senator Santpornum

Wilmington, DE

#102 Mar 17, 2012
bronck burger wrote:
here it is 2012 and new york is still not UNDER WATER. BUT ACCORDING TO thee BLOATED GORE NYC SHOULD BE TREADING AQUA NOW A DAYS.
Hey you stupid hick, what climate model said NYC would be underwater by now?

Find a url. Don't post your ignorance swill again until you do, lying ignoramus.
Ex Senator Santpornum

Wilmington, DE

#103 Mar 17, 2012
Sanctimonious Left - wrote:
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More and more scientist are calling it what it is -- pure hokum!...In the mean time, learn how to spell..."Climate is Cyclicle!"
Hey mongolid, you don't have a scientific background. You regurgitate isolated snippets of data that have been warmed over for you by those who object to limiting consumption or growth in any way.

The climate models are not tossed out. At the same time science, unlike faith, acquires and acts on new data as it progresses.(This ideal is not always met.)

Your last sentence sums you your ignorance perfectly: Just because the climate cooled and heated in the past does not mean human activity is not causing the heating now.

There is a fundamental misunderstanding of basic causality amongst "free market" climate change deniers.

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