No holds barred any more.
‘Invisible tsunami’ of rising sea levels puts US coasts at risk, expert says
By msnbc.com staff and news services
For the nearly 5 million people who live along the U.S. coasts from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico and the West Coast, rising seas fueled by global warming have doubled the risk of so-called once-a-century floods, according to a trio of environmental reports released Wednesday.
In California, some places that have never seen severe floods could be vulnerable to them in the next decade or two, Strauss said.
There has been no sea level rise detected in California. Several tide gauges have been going down there.
Forecasts for sea level rise this century range from 2 to 7 feet with most estimates centering around 3 to 4 feet
Even the highest IPCC forecast is less than two feet. MSNBC is engaging in blatant fraud.
h/t to Dave G