2019-06-11 11:10:09 UTC
One of the long-term consequences of global warming is a rise in sea level.
However, I just saw this article about how the ocean is being swallowed up by the
But the article notes this won't save us from global warming, because the fall in
sea level from it is on the order of 1/10,000 of the rise from melting glaciers.
If it's that small an effect, why does the article imply we're all doomed because
the oceans are going dry?
Still, though, it might doom us well before the Sun leaves the Main Sequence.