The land ice is all that mattes. The floating stuff will never cause any sea level change.
The land ice is growing in Antarctica and the data for the Greenland stuff is highly questionable. If it is melting (overall) at all it's doing it exceptionally slowly. The IPCC's worst case scenario has a contribution of 9cm to sea level rise from Greenland's ice.
The world's climate has not warmed for 15 to 17 years. How long will this not warming have to happen for you to think that the hypothesis of AGW might be wrong?
If it gets colder for the next 5 years will you then admit that it was all a load of bull?
At what point will you think that it's shown to be wrong? That's a science type question.