Correlating Sea Level And Climate Fraud At The Union Of Concerned Scientists

The Union Of Concerned Scientists is perfectly happy to commit fraud in pursuit of money.

Since 1880, sea level has increased 13 inches in Boston, Mass.; 14 inches in New York City; and 20 inches in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Sea level rise is also accelerating,

Global Warming in the Northeast | Union of Concerned Scientists

There is no indication that sea level rise is accelerating in Boston, New York or Atlantic City, or that sea level has anything to do with CO2 emissions. Sea level was rising at the same rate when CO2 was below 300 PPM. Since 2010, sea level has actually been falling in the Northeastern US.

8443970 Boston, Massachusetts

8518750 The Battery, New York

8534720 Atlantic City, New Jersey

Sea level in the Northeastern US correlates with sunspots, not CO2.

Evaluating Man’s Impact On Manhattan Sea Level | The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

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5 Responses to Correlating Sea Level And Climate Fraud At The Union Of Concerned Scientists

  1. Steve Case says:

    There is no indication that sea level rise is accelerating in Boston

    Download the data for the Boston Tide gauge:

    https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/downloadMeanSeaLevelTrendsCSV.htm?stnid=8443970

    Run two trends 1921-1969 and 1969 to 2017 and the earlier trend is steeper.

    How ’bout that Tony is correct.

  2. GeologyJim says:

    How typical that the Union of Concerned “Scientists” thoughtfully includes a naked pitch for donations (buck-a-roos, baby!) to “Save The Planet” [TM]

    Prostitutes are more honorable than these pond-scum – at least the hookers deliver a service for the fee!

  3. Kris Johanson says:

    Negative acceleration is still “acceleration” (change in velocity), so maybe that’s what they meant?

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