NASA says that sea level is rising 3.4 mm/year
NASA also says that sea level is rising at 3.2 mm/year
Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: Sea Level
In 1982, NASA said that sea level was rising just 1 mm/year
NOAA says that sea level is rising at half of NASA’s rate.
Sea Level Trends – Global Regional Trends
NOAA has 240 tide gauges globally, and 86% of them show less sea level rise than the claimed average of 3.2 or 3.4 mm/year. The average of all of the NOAA tide gauges is 1.14 mm/year, just over one third of the NASA climate claims.
Like with temperature data, NASA simply makes fake numbers up as required by the White House.
One of these days there’ll be another ‘Panama Papers’ release for US / global climate data. Something even bigger than Climategate that’ll just be too big to cover up. It’ll happen. In the meantime keep up the great work.
If it keeps getting colder, that will do the trick in itself. This whole thing is bound to get curiouser (and curiouser)*.
Most satellites have decaying orbits. That is, over time they get closer and closer to the Earth. The unwary might interpret this as a rising sea level since the satellite and ocean are slowly approaching each other.
In some satellite orbits you can actually see an 11 year cycle in the length of the orbit. This arises from the high atmosphere rising and falling over 11 years, creating different atmospheric friction.