New Video : Extreme Sea Level Fraud At Climate Central

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14 Responses to New Video : Extreme Sea Level Fraud At Climate Central

  1. gator69 says:

    Nice one Tony, my family in Florida will enjoy sharing this with the neighbors.

    • gator69 says:

      It started in the early 2000s. I was one of the climate skeptics who do battle on TV and I was doing a show with Joe Romm. On air, I said that, back in 1988, when climate scientist James Hansen testified in front of the Senate, he predicted we’d see a tremendous amount of warming. I argued it’d been more than a decade and we could now see by looking at the temperature record that he wasn’t accurate. After we got done with the program and were back in green room, getting the makeup taken off, Joe said to me, “Did you even read that testimony you’ve just talked about?” And when I told him it had been a while, he said “I’m daring you to go back and double check this.” He told me that some of Hansen’s projections were spot on.

      Huh? Which predictions were “spot on”? JT gives no clues, and offers zero examples.

    • R. Shearer says:

      Hired guns can change their aim at any time if the pay is right.

    • Sheri says:

      “he said, that doesn’t mean that the losers in climate change are just going to have to suck it up so Exxon and Koch Industries can make a good chunk of money.”
      That statement alone indicates she is in no way interested in science, but rather hatred of oil companies and probably hatred of capitalism. I would guess her entire story is very, very suspect.

      “when they put all their chips on one number of a roulette wheel. That’s not conservative. It’s pretty frigging crazy. It’s dangerous, risky.”
      Yet that is EXACTLY what climate change believers do—they put all their chips on the precautionary principle, toss out science and appeal to envy and fear. I guess she’s calling herself frigging crazy.

  2. R. Shearer says:

    The history of Mar-a-Lago is interesting. It’s construction started in 1924 by Marjorie Merriweather Post (of the Post cereal family) and her husband E. F. Hutton. When Marjorie died in 1973, she willed it to the U.S. government.

    Because of its cost, the U.S. returned it to the Post Foundation in 1981 and it fell into disrepair.

    From Wikipedia, “Donald Trump learned about the estate after unsuccessfully trying to purchase and combine two apartments in Palm Beach for his family. According to Trump, he offered the Post family $25 million for it, an offer that they rejected. Trump then put in a bid of $3 million to purchase the land between Mar-a-Lago and the ocean, stating he intended to build a home that would block Mar-a-Lago’s beach view. The threat caused interest in the property to decline. Trump ended up getting the property for $7 million in 1985.”

  3. CheshireRed says:

    Glad you’re into CC again Tony – but then again they do provide the ammo so why shouldn’t you hold ’em to account? The UK Guardian predictably wet their hemp knickers over this ‘story’. Amazing isn’t it – the moral elite’s consider themselves so achingly superior yet they actually endorse these entirely bogus ‘studies’ and claims despite them being so egregiously exaggerated. 12 feet by 2100 is simply not going to happen and they ALL know it. A sad reflection on ‘settled’ science.

  4. Steve Case says:

    Sea Level Projections vs Tide Gauge Data

    Nice Music

    • CheshireRed says:


    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      Thank you for pointing us to this.

      After watching this, the takeaway for me was that the wide range in apparent sea level rise (6.6 mm/yr in Poti Georgia, to -13.2 mm/yr in Juneau, Alaska) is much more a function of isostacy and plate tectonics than climate change.

  5. gregole says:

    Giant rabbits from Neptune? Don’t give them any ideas!

  6. Cam says:

    University of Colorado’s sea level time series should be updated this week for the first time in 6 months. We’ll see if the level has dropped back to the trend line after the end of the last El Nino.

    • Steve Case says:

      In a few minutes it will be September 1st – which means that “this week” has been extended to four months. Only three weeks to go before it will be an entire year that Colorado University’s Sea Level Research Group has been sitting their hands collecting government grant money and producing nothing.

      Well that’s better than producing bullshit. In any event, if they ever do get around to publishing a release for 2017 it will be interesting to see how much they goose the numbers.

      I predict they will find their long sought after acceleration and that it will be manufactured via data manipulation.

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