Climate science is an exercise in speculation, and because it is, insurers who want to accurately forecast risks connected with climate change—natural or man-made—are in quite a quandary.

In the latest example of this, NASA scientists have found that the global sea level this summer is a quarter of an inch lower than last summer, in sharp contrast to the gradual rise the ocean has experienced in recent years, according to a recent Washington Post article.

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