Evaluating Man’s Impact On Manhattan Sea Level

The long term rate of sea level rise at Manhattan has been a fairly constant 2.84 mm/year since Abraham Lincoln was president.

 Sea Level Trends – State Selection

The 100 month trend loosely tracks sunspot cycles, and Manhattan sea level is currently falling at about 6 mm/year.

 Sea Level Trends – State Selection

Solar Cycle Primer | NASA

This next graph shows 1970 to the present, phase shifted to align the peaks

Facts make no difference to climate scientists. so they recycle the same baseless and brainless scares generation after generation.

New York and London could be underwater within DECADES due to climate change |

Same story as 1934.

15 Apr 1934, Page 33 – The Lincoln Star

There is lots of evidence that sea level is controlled by the Sun, and zero evidence that man has any influence on it.

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18 Responses to Evaluating Man’s Impact On Manhattan Sea Level

  1. Richard says:

    Nasa’s new forecasting tool ;)


    amazing how they find time and money for this nonsense

  2. Andy DC says:

    As their funding threatens to dry up and their dream of world communism unravels, the alarmists have become increasingly shrill and desperate, if not downright unhinged. They have now devolved from would-be scientists to being among some of the craziest doomsday cults in history.

  3. arn says:

    In 1988 “climate scientists” like Mann and Hansen predicted that devastating climate changes will drown Manhattan & other cities by 2018.

    In 2006 it was already obvious that these predictions are utter bullshit,a failure and a lie.

    Still in 2016 “Scienists say that devastating climate change will take place SOONER than thought.
    This says everything about climate science:
    Everything went wrong.
    They missed the target by 100…oops 97%.
    Only 19 month left for their predictions to come true,
    and they still claim that it will take place SOONER though they are running out of time and the “SOONER than thought”- moment passed 10 years ago.

    So you have a miserably failed 30 year prediction and even when this prediction somehow(by some kind of miracle) becomes true in 2018 it is impossible to take place sooner than thought-
    it will be just right in time.

    And still theses idiots are so shameless to say such things to keep the fear alive
    (because they know very well that 97% of population don’t know about their failed 2018 predictions and that they can keep saying whatever they want because they are professional shameless liars who’ll never be punished for their lies aka climate scientists.
    (and as long such people exist,common people need guns)

  4. TimA says:

    Hey!! New York could become the Venice of the West!!
    Imagine the endless tourist dollars!!

  5. mkelly says:

    Egyptian marked the high water of Nile for millennia and they coincide with sunspots highs.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    You see the same alignment of the solar cycle with the AMO, which figures since the AMO is derived from northern Atlantic sea surface temperatures east of Manhattan.

    Same goes for global temperature.

    Of course the climateers don’t want to know about the ~0.1 C swing over each solar cycle as that would give support to Svensmark…and falsify their CO2-does-everything hypothesis.

  7. Steven Fraser says:

    The fauxtograph of Manhatttan is an egregious misrepresentation of what 20-30 feet of sea level rise would look like.

    To wit: The elevation of the base of the Empire State building is at 15 metres, 49.2 feet. This ficpic shows the base inundated. Madison Sq. Garden, is at 11m, or 36 ft.

    Manhattan topography maps show a strong ridge beginning just north of Battery Park.


    That ridge forms the backbone of the island. While some of the fill sections, i.e., World Trade Center and East Harlem, have surface elevations down to 10 ft. above MSL, the rocky core of the island is all of higher elevation, culminating in the upper West side at almost 200ft above MSL.

    And then, the high rock ridge on the West side of the Hudson is completely missing.

  8. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I quite like this picture of Manhattan from 2015.
    Much more likely to reflect the future than Heidi’s one.

  9. gregole says:

    If my aunt had balls, she’d be my uncle.

  10. Lasse says:

    Try this graph:

    It gives a good explanation of how bad it is now.

    Just as bad as during 1950!

  11. Alan says:

    Temperature regimes also correlate with solar cycles – see: http://appinsys.com/globalwarming/ClimateRegimeShift.htm

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