Mind Blowing Sea Level Fraud From The White House

Tide gauges show that sea level rise rates do not change as CO2 increases. They also show that sea level rise rates have been steady for a very long time.

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The White House claims that sea level rise rates have doubled since the early 1990’s

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The White House also claims that sea level rise rates are affected by atmospheric CO2, despite the fact that there is zero evidence to back that up.

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There is not one shred of evidence that sea level rise rates have increased, or that sea level rise rates change as CO2 increases. The rate of rise or fall at nearly every single long term tide gauge has been fixed for more than a century.

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5 Responses to Mind Blowing Sea Level Fraud From The White House

  1. omanuel says:

    Steven, we live in an increasingly dangerous worldwide stonewall of deception.


  2. George Applegate says:

    Church and White are the Michael Mann of sea level. The first part of their time series begins with tide gauge data that is critically dependent on local measurements of isostacy, and shows no acceleration. They truncate this when satellites data is available – “hide the decline.” Satellite measurements are critically dependent on measuring orbital decay down to a millimeter per year, and also shows no acceleration. These two methods yield different rates of rise and the difference they claim as “acceleration.” Clearly this acceleration was caused by putting the satellites into orbit.

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    “NO sea level rise in the last two decades.”

    I’ve decided this will be my go to link if I want to make the claim of no sea level rise: Are sea-levels rising? Nils-Axel Mörner documents a decided lack of rising seas: http://joannenova.com.au/2012/12/are-sea-levels-rising-nils-axel-morner-documents-a-decided-lack-of-rising-seas/

    The recent article, [paraphrased:] “I was am a liberal (leftist) that changed my mind on climate change,” that got a lot of buzz on social media, linked to the above Jonova article to claim no sea level rise. It looked liked the author, David Siegel, had worked really hard on his article so I assume he investigated what is the best link to use to claim no sea level rise, and was satisfied with the Jonova link I noted.

    Here’s the actual title of the Democrat’s article that he calls “a 30 minute reading experience,” but with all the links and videos it has you could spend hours: What I Learned about Climate Change: The Science is not Settled: https://medium.com/@pullnews/what-i-learned-about-climate-change-the-science-is-not-settled-1e3ae4712ace

    The above article, from a liberal, seemed pretty good, although I had an objection right out of the gate with its title, because I believe the science is settled, in that it’s bs. But it’s good to see that apparently some leftists are starting to rethink their blind adherence to the climate change mantra. We really need to try to start making inroads with the leftists on climate change … then the climate loons will be finished!

  4. Steve Case says:

    Tide gauges show a tiny amount of positive acceleration in the rate of sea level rise and the satellite data shows a tiny amount of negative acceleration.

    Tide gauges can be shown to have been corrupted by data tampering, while tide gauges seem to not suffer from that odious practice.

  5. tomwys1 says:

    Repeated comment from one of your other postings:

    The same drivel centers around Sea Level rise, particularly with “satellite” data that “shows” 2 to 3 times the actual rise. Satellites don’t know how to “show.” Only sadly inept interpretation of the data “shows” anything, and of course CO2 is to blame per the IPCC.

    Here’s the truth: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4219691/InconvenientCO2.pdf

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