I have my views and you have yours, so I ask a question, what was the average sea level in Athens, Greece 2,720 years ago? What was the average sea level in ancient Rome 2,420 years ago? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_theatre
Ancient towns have been found that were built thousands of years ago when the towns were above sea level. My bet is the average sea level was at its lowers 2,720 years ago when most of the planet was covered in ice. The sea will continue to rise until the ice caps melt.
Will New York be under water then? When the caps/glaciers melt, what will the average world sea level be considering the volume of the known ice caps/glacier smelt?
At the rising rate of the seas, when will New York, Miami, and other coastal lined cities be underwater---- Anyone care to calculate the year when NY will be completely submerged? https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/3/100304-snowball-earth-ice-global-warming/