New York Post : Falling Sea Level Threatens Astronauts

The New York Post says rising seas at the Marshall Islands threatens astronauts within 20 years.


Global warming may destroy $1B system to protect astronauts | New York Post

Had they done any actual research, the New York Post would have known sea level at the Marshall Islands has fallen more than a foot over the last six years, and is about the same as it was in the 1950’s.


Data and Station Information for KWAJALEIN

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9 Responses to New York Post : Falling Sea Level Threatens Astronauts

  1. Glacierman says:

    They didn’t give serious consideration to it because they know it is not a problem. These are people that actual know how to get stuff done and make things work in the real world…..not the fantasy world where climate alarmists live in.

  2. RAH says:

    As I posted on another blog concerning the subject of supposed sea level rise in the Marshalls. Nothing man is doing now could compare to what the battles between the US and Japanese at Majuro, Kwajalein, and Eniwetok during January and February of 1944. And of course the 23 nuclear devices the US tested at Bikini between 1948 and 1956 did.

    After the horrendous casualties suffered when the Marines took Betio Island of the Tarawa atoll in the Gilberts admiral Nimitz had the defenses of that captured island mapped and analyzed by engineers. Then those defensive positions were replicated on another island and every effort made to have every fleet unit from destroyer to battleships that would be part of future bombardment forces to train with live fire against that mock up. This markedly improved the effectiveness of the subsequent pre-invasion bombardments. And thus when it came time to invade the Marshalls for two months prior to the actual invasions those islands received a massive amount of naval ordinance from the air and from ships. 15,000 tons of naval ordinance, from 1,000 lb. bombs and 15″ shells down to 100 lb. bombs and 5″ shells were expended on the Marshall islands prior to a single Marine or soldier being embarked into their landing craft to invade. The most intense bombardment occurred in the three days before the actual invasion. And when the Marines and soldiers came ashore it was a scene of total devastation.

  3. RAH says:

    I should mention that as the US forces advanced the not all the lessons they learned taking the flat sandy coral atolls did not apply so well to the volcanic islands they had to take in the Sulfur islands and Marianas. But several did. It was the lessons at Tarawa that led to the formation of the UDTs (Underwater Demolition Teams), the forerunners of todays SEALS. And Tarawa also proved the necessity of the LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) which was improved and produced in greater numbers for subsequent invasion and which was the forerunner of the tracked armored and armed amphibious assault vehicles the Marines use today.

  4. Colorado Wellington says:

    The idiocy of this AP article is outstanding but not unprecedented.

  5. Colorado Wellington says:

    The most likely origin of this BS article is the most pedestrian:

    I reckon Curt Storlazzi of USGS wanted the military to pitch in some cash for his “climate change sea level rise” study and when they refused he called the AP to show he can cause trouble.

    It is also possible that the Chinese or the Russians that hate the space tracking project decided on a little mischief by calling their friends at the AP.

  6. Theyouk says:

    “Had they done any actual research…”

    They don’t. And they won’t. Truth is immaterial to them. At one time I thought they were just lazy, illiterate and/or incompetent. Now it’s become plain to see that they are in fact evil and treasonous.

  7. Charles Higley says:

    This is an easy one. Regardless of the reality of the non-rising sea level, put the damned radar or whatever site on a larger island. There, fixed it. Jeez.

  8. JJ Swiontek says:

    Since the oceans are rising a very tiny amount every 100 years, doesn’t the Data and Station Information for KWAJALEIN imply that the Station is rising out of the ocean?

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