Question: If humans are pumping billions of tons of pollutants into the atmosphere every year, why doesn't the air pressure at the surface of the Earth increase by more than one or two pounds per square inch?
Question: If global warming is melting all the ice on the Earth, why don't ocean levels rise more than 1 or 2 inches during any low, mean, or high tide?
I know that humans are responsible for all the pollutants that we put into the air and water, but billions of tons? Each year? Where does it go?
And the ocean levels, why aren't the waters 3 feet higher at mean tide, as predicted by the Doomsday forecasters of 10 years ago?
Every time they want to show the world that the oceans are rising, they photograph or video an area near the ocean, during a high surf, caused by a storm, along with flooding (in the first place) from rains.
Ooops! Found you out, folks!
Billy L. Smith