No. This story itself is not so bad, but I also want to read stories on processes that weaken the effect. For the actual numbers we can only rely on the scientists. I want to see that they actually see the whole picture, and not do a simulation that results only from a search for problems.
For example, when looking into sea-level rise I noticed that the weight of the water from molten ice will increase the pressure on coeanic plates. This will move the oceanic plates closer to the core, while it will lift up the continental plates at the same time. This reduces the ocean level rise.
When searching for this I found a publication where this was actually simulated, from around 1985. I don't know if this effect is taken into count nowadays, or if it was forgotten about.