...We look out of the window and it’s very cold, it doesn’t seem to be warming.says Benny Peiser.
Oh. That's alright then. For just a moment there I thought we should be paying attention to a report by the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research.
Justin Hewitt has a great geo-engineering idea:
There are a good few meters between water levels at high and low tide and none of these places are flooding at high tide, so surely if we blow up the moon [sic] sea levels will be a constant somewhere between the 2 and a rise of 0.5m will still mean sea levels lower than they were at the previous high tide.Hat tip: RB