Judy, did you try that link I put up a couple of posts up? I'm pretty sure that's similar to what you've described. I know I've seen it before someplace else - perhaps it was where you're referring to.
Ok, thanks for the info. I’ll be dead by then.
Water moves too and you expect me to believe that science can accurately measure an inch of change over 140 million square miles of wavy surface area? Lols!
Getting thick in here
Well, that's not entirely accurate. Sea levels are still very difficult to get clean data. Bottom line is that sea levels have been rising, but not at an accelerated rate as predicted by climate science. Instead it rises at a constant rate seemingly unaffected by temperature or co2. And levels will continue to rise until the next ice age or mini ice age.