Gavin Announces How Much Sea Level Fraud NASA Plans For The Future

In 1982, NASA reported just over three inches sea level rise from 1880 to 1980, almost all of which occurred before 1950. Now they report almost seven inches during that same time period, and accelerating. Spectacular unabashed fraud by the US Space Agency.


1982 version: 1982_Gornitz_etal_1.pdf
2015 version: Climate Change: Sea Level

NASA has more than doubled sea level rise rates by data tampering, and Gavin has just announced that NASA plans to spectacularly increase the amount of tampering they are doing in the future.


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14 Responses to Gavin Announces How Much Sea Level Fraud NASA Plans For The Future

  1. elcrustace says:

    “ClimateOfGavin”, at least he’s honest with himself.

  2. Steve Case says:

    30 inches per century is 7.6 mm/yr well over double today’s tampered with rate. I expect that
    Dr. R. Steve Nerem at Colorado University’s Sea Level Research group is up for the job.

  3. oppti says:

    That makes future rise lower and no acceleration is in sight.
    We keep record in Stockholm-since 1770: See fig 2!Svenska_havsvattenstandsserier_-_En_klimatindikator.pdf

  4. oz4caster says:

    It’s easy to be an accurate forecaster if you fudge the data to match your forecast.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    If the Antarctic ozone hole is supposed to due to CFC’s, how come there was a hole before CFC’s were being used widely in 1942?

    However, the tendency of the Antarctic tropopause — lower than the stratosphere
    — to vanish in winter is not paralleled in the north polar area.
    This, and the rather large deficiency in oxygen found in the surface Antarctic air,
    he explained, indicate the possibility that the Antarctic circulation is
    generally cut off from the rest of the world by a collar of subpolar air.

  6. Andy Oz says:

    Fiji Leader says they are doomed if we don’t send them lots of money. Maybe they want to build a boat or something out of the money. Why not use timber like in the old days?

    • Andy Oz says:

      I’ve thought about this dilemma long and hard. Australia is very good at mining. We could send them millions of tonnes of iron ore to build up their islands! And it would cost very little. We can just dump it in the sea right next to the beaches. It doesn’t rust away. Excellent solution to Fiji, Marshall Islands and the corrupt Maldives needs.

      • AndyG55 says:

        Isn’t there meant to be an island made of plastic out there somewhere ?

        • Andy Oz says:

          We have the technology to tow that baby all the way from the North East Pacific down to Fiji. The UN will pay for everything. I’ll need a few months in Hawaii to plan the whole deal, and then a few months in Acapulco afterwards to recover. 😀

    • AndyG55 says:

      “Maybe they want to build a boat’

      or maybe some more airport runways.

  7. rah says:

    Go soak your head Gavin.

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