Today’s Sea Level Fraud From NASA

Check out this moronic headline in the LA Times

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New satellite measurements from NASA suggest that ocean levels could rise by 3 feet or more globally by the end of the century. The question faced by scientists and policymakers is not whether oceans will rise, but how fast and by how much.

“People need to be prepared for sea level rise,” said Joshua Willis, an oceanographer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge. “It’s not going to stop.”

Sea levels will rise, experts warn, and ‘it’s not going to stop’ – LA Times

Of course sea level is going to rise. It has been rising for 20,000 years – most of that time faster than now. Sea level will stop rising when we enter the next ice age.

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NOAA Tide gauges indicate that global sea level will rise about four inches by 2100, not 40 inches.

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Sea Level Trends – MSL global stations trends table

These fraudsters at NASA are pimping mindless and fraudulent propaganda for the White House, with no basis in science. Sea level in the San Francisco Bay is the same as 70 years ago.

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http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining/stations/437.php

 

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5 Responses to Today’s Sea Level Fraud From NASA

  1. R Shearer says:

    Even if true, it is certain that the intelligent people then will adapt to what the dumb people today worry about and will not be affected whatsoever.

  2. Gary H says:

    Is the source for this garbage Hansen’s [garbage] report? I noticed earlier (w/ my morning coffee) that the article doesn’t source it).

    And since when are satellites making predictions?

    “New satellite measurements from NASA suggest that ocean levels could rise by 3 feet or more globally by the end of the century.”

  3. 4TimesAYear says:

    This is beyond “getting old” – there are a couple of great sites that show the sea level rise threat is non-existent. I had to save them to Pinterest because they are difficult to find when you need them for reference.
    1841 sea level benchmark (centre) on the `Isle of the Dead’, Tasmania
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/299559812691330499/
    LaJolla
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/299559812689659481/

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