The average global temperature has risen 1.4 F over a time period of 100 years. Sea level has risen less than 3/4 of an inch. Even a climate change supporter has to wonder about the mechanics of weather change due to such a small variation. You have to wonder how warmer weather during the Eocene resulted in a tropical environment, not the drought conditions popping up today.
The media is reporting on record temps in the Midwest. Well at least temps approaching records. Some actually broken by a few degrees. The stories these days hang on any “anomaly”. It’s not political, it’s pop culture news.
1.4 F and less than .75 of an inch. Does anyone really understand how these changes in climate and sea level are resulting in localized changes?