Reposting: Florida’s Sea Level Rise, Part 1

October 28, 2016

Came back from Miami with some jaw dropping footage, that I’ve shared in 2 speaking gigs this week, that will be part of the next “This is Not Cool” vid.

Step one is to review my previous take on this, which is the most popular in the series.

If you remember the story about Florida Governor Rick Scott banning use of the phrase “Climate Change”?
If you were watching this series, you knew about it 4 months before the Miami Herald did.

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6 Responses to “Reposting: Florida’s Sea Level Rise, Part 1”


  1. […] via Reposting: Florida’s Sea Level Rise, Part 1 — Climate Denial Crock of the Week […]


  2. By what financial mechanism do you short Miami real estate?

  3. Tom Bates Says:

    If you were in Miami, how come you did not go down to the agency that is supposed to regulate ground water pumping and surface water diversions which is causing Miami to sink. The ocean itself is raising about 3 inches in 100 years which is the current trend. Miami like New Orleans and Galveston is sinking and that is the problem with a lot of places built on sand.


    • Tommy Poo,

      When are you going to retract your lies about NASA/GISS, lies that I debunked here *months* ago? https://climatecrocks.com/2016/05/26/exxonknew-and-chose-to-lie/#comment-84594

      This is at least my 20th request (I’ve lost the exact count, but I know that it is at least the 20th) for you to retract your false claims.

      Don’t you have *any* integrity, or any ability to feel even the least bit of shame? (Note to lurkers: those are rhetorical questions).

    • Gingerbaker Says:

      Tom Bates is not just a liar – he is a bad liar.

      He said: “The ocean itself is raising about 3 inches in 100 years which is the current trend”

      That’s a crock of dingo kidneys.

      The current rate of SLR is at least 3.5mm/year. Which is 14 inches per century. But SLR just a few years ago was a fraction of that 3.5mm. So, SLR is accelerating. Therefore, the actual SLR in a century will be much higher than 14 inches.

      He also said: ” Miami like New Orleans and Galveston is sinking and that is the problem with a lot of places built on sand.”

      But Miami is not built on sand. It is built on limestone and coral. Some coastal real estate IS built on sand. And those big hotels ARE sinking. Tommy The Liar wants us to believe that subsidence applies to the mainland.

      Sorry, TTL, but the only thing sinking is your credibility. Which is pretty amazing.


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