We've been discussing your claim that global sea level would rise by ca. 30 cm by the year 2100, based on your bizarre idea that current rates of sea level rise won't increase over the next 80 years However, the latest numerical model

do I really need to quote what you said? Come on? What was being discussed was if the current rate of sea level rise continued for 82 years it would amount to 30 cm. Which is exactly true. Somehow you suggested that 3.5 mm per year times 9 years would add up to 30 cm. It's there for all to see, not once but twice so I'm not sure how you think you can dodge this one.

well I guess I'll do it anyway:

Your first post:

As I said, you can't do math, and as a result you make dumb mistakes post wildly inaccurate numbers. In this case you are so wrong it is absurd. The annual rate of sea level rise is now about 3.5 mm per year. That means there will be 30 cm of sea level rise in just 9 years.....not the 82 year you postulate. So now your math is wrong by a factor of 10.

and your second post:

Your just making a complete fool of yourself on this one.

Your claim it will take 82 years to generate 30 cm of sea level rise in year 2100 is moronic. Right now sea level is going up something like 3.3 to 3.5 mm per year. Do the math...its will take about 9 years to get ca. 30 cm of sea level rise.

Do you get it now: If so, then please man up and acknowledge your error.

based on your bizarre idea that current rates of sea level rise won't increase over the next 80 years

I didn't claim that, in fact the calculation that I showed was for Antarctica using the Shepherd et al, 2018 suggested acceleration and carrying it out to 2100. Still minimal additions to sea level. What I spoke to was if rate of global sea level rise continued (didn't say it would) at the current rate the calculation is easy (except apparently for you) and yields a number close to 30 cm (which it does). But apparently, you can't read any better than convert units.

I've tried to explain to you multiple times that physical processes won't suddenly stop just because you don't understand them. The acceleration of sea level rise is mostly a function of increased ice loss from terrestrial glaciers and thermal expansion of the oceans. Both of these processes respond to continued global warming, which in turn is driven by greenhouse gases accumulating in the atmosphere.

OH give us all a break. I understand the processes and I read the papers (which you do not do). All you are doing here is trying to dodge and point somewhere else...oh look a squirrel. Do you actually think everyone here is that stupid?