Ankerson wrote: ↑Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:06 am
All of the ice on the planet could melt and the sea level won't rise one inch.
The Earth is 2/3 water, the math just never added up on that one and it never will no matter how they try and cook it... One doesn't have to be a math genius to figure that one out...
It would have to rain for like 100 years straight to start making any sort of real difference in the sea levels.
Not even sure if that would do it, Jim. The way I see it, there's a relatively finite amount of water on, in, and over the earth. Some of it is liquid, some of it is solid, and some of it is water vapor in the air. When there's too much water vapor in the air, we get rain, but then some of the liquid water has to evaporate, and/or some of the ice and snow has to sublimate before there can be more rain.