I've tried responding to individual errors in thinking on this subject, but there seems to be little reaction.
Reading "The Accidental Species" by Henry Gee, I discovered what I perceive to be the ultimate answer to those who believe "science" has delivered the final word on global warming, rising sea level, extinction of polar bears, and a host of other dismal outcomes.
Henry Gee says, "Any answer in science isn't the Last Word, and indeed can never be so. All scientific discoveries are provisional, set to be overturned by results gained from more data, better instrumentation, and new ideas."
If you believe all you have "learned" from the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, just stick around and keep your eyes open.
As an example, sea level has risen steadily at a rate of three millimeters per year for the past 20 years, which adds up to 11.5 inches per century, not the three or four feet predicted by IPCC. Time will tell.
Hilton Head Island