Threatened by an end to global warming scam money, government scientists turn the volume of their BS up to eleven – predicting two meters of Southern California sea level rise by the year 2100.
Disappearing Beaches: Modeling Shoreline Change in Southern California
Sea level in Southern California is about the same as it was in 1871.
At low tide, the La Jolla Cove beach looks like this.
It will require about 1,000 years for Southern California sea level to rise two meters, most of which is due to land subsidence rather than rising seas.
Sea Level Trends – State Selection
Sea level in Northern California is falling.
Sea Level Trends – State Selection
Government scientists understand that they can raise funding by lying about the climate. This practice has to stop.
h/t Steve Case
I see someone is still playing with broken models, that never did fly…
Gimme all you money or now or
i’ll predict a 4 meter sea level rise
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
First chuckle of the day
I just explained modern science in a nutshell
and people are just laughing at me :)
I’ll need to find a new way to express the
Direct taxation like income tax = control.
The Federal Reserve system = control (by people you didn’t vote for and don’t tell you what they are doing.
The Federal Reserve System with its fractional reserve banking and fiat bank script is out and out THEFT!
Sen. Daniel Webster, during the debate over the reauthorization of the Second National Bank of the U.S. in 1832, summed it up nicely.
“A disordered currency is one of the greatest of evils. It wars against industry, frugality, and economy. And it fosters the evil spirits of extravagance and speculation. Of all the contrivances for cheating the laboring classes of mankind, none has been more effectual than that which deludes them with paper money. This is one of the most effectual of inventions to fertilize the rich man’s field by the sweat of the poor man’s brow. Ordinary tyranny, oppression, excessive taxation: These bear lightly the happiness of the mass of the community, compared with fraudulent currencies and robberies committed with depreciated paper.”
Nelson W. Aldrich, the senator whose name was originally on the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, quoted the above at a New York City dinner speech on October 15, 1913 — IV Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science #1, at Columbia University, New York (1914). Aldrich and those at the meeting were probably grinning ear to ear while toasting how they would reap the benefits from the ‘fertilizer’ of fiat currency and fractional reserve banking.
What fractional reserve banking does is cause ‘inflation.’ Thus everyone suffering from wage devaluation and price inflation actually OWNS the property bought by the newly devalued currency. However some rich guy, who got access to the newly printed $$$ via a loan, gets the title to the property along with the bank. Although the middle class UNWILLINGLY bought that property all the middle class gets is stuck with paying the cost many times over.
one should add that indirect taxation
is also controle+theft.
Indirect taxation is inflation.
Before the FED took over your country,
the dollar had lost 0.5% in purchasing power in more than 100years.
After the FED came the dollar lost 95% in purchasing power in 100 years.
(maybe even more,as Rockefellers 900 millions in 1913 are according to wikipedia nowadays 200 billion.)
Inflation can only happen with fake money. The Romans put less and less silver in their coins and the Western World abandoned the gold standard.
We all know what happened to the Roman Empire. When they ran out of countries to conquer and rob they imploded.
Guess where the petro dollar is heading,
and where he would already be without the petro.
Top 10 Risks to the U.S. Dollar
Pay me or I will flood your entire with breeding Muslims. ( Threat from Turkey.)
One threat is real. The SL theat is not, but is economic terrorism.
Nation not entire, dang auto incorrect.
Hey, if N.C. SL keeps lowering, and SC SL rising, won’t that cause Islands to tip over or something?
The man heard just enough to be dangerous…
Climate tipping points…
The fact that the sea level isn’t appreciably rising at that La Jolla location can easily be demonstrated:
1. Expensive beach-front homes are still being built in that location barely a few feet above high tide, the prices keep rising, banks keep lending 30-year money for mortgages, insurance companies keep insuring the properties.
2. The sewage and storm drain outfalls which dot that coastline are not being redesigned and relocated for hydraulic purposes
3. Scripps Institute of Oceanography (a major center of global warming research) is not reinforcing & raising their huge pier which goes way out, in anticipation of some impending sea level rise.
4. One of the largest Naval installations in the world (San Diego/No. Island) is not filling and raising the level of their vast sea-level facilities
5. Shamu is still happily entertaining millions at SeaWorld which is barely 2 feet above sea level
6. The flood maps written by big insurance companies are still the same.
7. A private company just invested $1 Billion in a seawater desalting plant barely a few feet above sea level
And so on…
Lived there for past 60 years. The Marine room resturant is affected by high tides and surf just as it was in the 1960s.
Fantasic place to eat on a high surf and tide day.
Does measuring the sea level change at any given place on the coast actually tell you anything given the Tectonic plates are constantly shifting?
….and the larger question, “How do you accurately MEASURE what’s actually going up and what’s going down?”
….and the related question, “How do you rule-out the possibility that the sea bed is rising somewhere out in the middle, causing an apparent rise in sea level?”
It’s too bad the Chinese didn’t hear about the impending 2-meter rise, otherwise they wouldn’t have banked their whole future on these expensive man-made islands to house their 10,000ft airfields and nuclear missiles – Islands that are barely 3-meters above sea level now.
The UAE didn’t know about it either, apparently, and went ahead and built their famous $25 Billion “Palm Island” development 2 meters above sea level.
I’m sure glad I wasn’t one of the banks that lent $5 Billion on this soon-to-be-worthless Panama Canal project, now that we know the hydraulics are going to be all messed up
Spot on Kris!