Gee, Steve, for a moment there I thought my simple suggestion of an amortization table might be about to produce a revelation for you but....oh well, maybe next time.<quoted text>
Showing you guys the real numbers
certainly isn't working.
Your amortization table is an interesting example. The miracle of compound interest as my stock broker likes to say. The more money you have the more money you make. So what's driving up sea level? It's mostly melting ice isn't it? And it's the receding alpine glaciers around the world that are supplying the ice. Unlike the compound interest amortization examples, as time goes on there's less and less ice to supply more and more water to fill the requirements of your ever increasing rate in sea level rise.
I know you guys are going to claim Antarctica and Green Land and claim they are melting now, but they aren't. Those goofy guys in that ship that got stuck in the ice earlier this month are believers like you. They really thought they were going to find less ice where Mawson explored 100 years ago. They were so cock sure in their beliefs that, just like you, they never checked reality.
When you said the poles weren't melting, and therefore not contributing to the rise, I knew I was still dealing with a regular old ignernt denier. Dammit, Steve, I'm rooting for ya, boy, but you can't just go round ignoring massive amounts of evidence.
Then you had to bring up the ships trapped in the ice, another favorite in the denier community. Yes they were trapped in ice that was part of the glacier that broke off last year..........because of global warming.
And in all your fantasy about less melt from glaciers and no melt from the poles, you haven't paid any attention to the thermal expansion that is responsible for half the rise so far.
I just don't know what we're gonna do with you, Stevie. You try SO HARD, but you fall flat every time.