New Video : Shameless Sea Level Lies At The LA Times

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13 Responses to New Video : Shameless Sea Level Lies At The LA Times

  1. Disillusioned says:

    Disillusionment is a good thing.

  2. Johansen says:

    Excellent piece, thank you!

  3. Michael Spencer says:

    Bloody brilliant – yet again Tony!

    Only today I’ve writing to some councillors of one of our Bayside councils here in Melbourne (Australia) following reading an alarmist newspaper article about ‘sea level rise’ in Port Phillip Bay. The usual fraudulent stuff promoted by the usual taxpayer-funded ‘environmental’ activists promoting an alarmist agenda of non-sea level rise that’s (supposedly) going to destroy Bayside properties, etc. etc., blah! blah! blah!

    And now – lo and behold – your latest video with the wonderful transition of photos at La Jolla Bay!

    Well timed – and thank you once again for the huge effort you are putting in to expose this climate fraud.

    Jo Nova has a little on the subject as well:

    • Mark Amey says:

      Yes, that study about Indian and Pacific Islands growing was also reported by the Gay B C, but there’s complete dissonance between this and their swathe of alarmist reports.

  4. Psalmon says:

    Southern CA big agricultural companies have been trying to divert water from Northern CA since the 1970s when Jerry Brown was Governor. Then voters rejected an initiative called the Peripheral Canal. The threat is by over diverting No CA rivers, salt from the San Francisco Bay will intrude on No CA farmland and destroy the Delta, farming and wildlife there (at high tide the Sacramento River runs NORTH in Sacramento, 26ft above sea level). The Canal was a blatant attempt at stealing water and voters were wise to stop the environmental destruction.

    Fast forward to 2019. Jerry Brown was elected Governor…AGAIN but this time he had a new weapon…Climate Change. California pumps Northern California water south near a town called Tracy. The forebay of the aqueduct is about 1 meter above sea level. Climate Change will soon (so we are told) inundate this area and they MUST dig HUGE tunnels under the entire region to divert the Sacramento River to So Cal before sea level rise destroys it all. After all voters, YOU are to blame for this.

    At 0.46mm/yr in the graph, the inundation will take about 2,000 years, but talk to any expert in CA and they are convinced it will all be gone by the end of this century.

    This again is blatant water theft. So Cal has over used the Owens Valley, then the Colorado River, and now will destroy Northern CA. It is what they do.

    But this time the WHOLE thing has a boogyman…CLIMATE CHANGE will be blamed for the salt destruction of No California, not two massive tunnels stealing the water.

    Climate Change is used to justify the environmental destruction. Climate Change will then be used as blame FOR the destruction. The Big Ag cos will then find another source to steal. It is brilliant really, and one can only hope there is a hell for the people who came up with it.

    • Psalmon says:

      BTW…That is your reason Tony. All politics in CA are about WATER.

    • arn says:

      Brown was already exposed as eco fascist by the Dead Kennedys
      with the Song “California über alles”.

      And this POS is still there after all the years and doing his evil underhanded things.
      The Rumsfeld of California.

      • Psalmon says:

        I should point out that the environmentalists in CA I know are fighting this project on things like earthquake designs or procedural challenges.

        They can NOT disavow Climate Change even with NO evidence sea levels in the SF Bay are rising appreciably. Their own invention is being turn against them, but eventually will give them a “see! Climate Change” opportunity.

        It is sad to know how the whole thing will play out. How the place I grew up fishing, a place where the sky was black with migrating ducks and geese and swans and life of all kinds, will be destroyed by men…and then blamed on fantasy. And people will believe it.

    • Phil. says:

      Psalmon says:
      July 8, 2019 at 1:46 pm
      Southern CA big agricultural companies have been trying to divert water from Northern CA since the 1970s when Jerry Brown was Governor. Then voters rejected an initiative called the Peripheral Canal.

      That should be since the 1940s.

  5. dp says:

    When you compare ariel photos of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki from the 1930’s to modern photos you cannot see any change. Same with old and new photos of Hanama Bay. Same again on the beach in San Francisco – compare old photos of Seal Rock with modern photos and there is no discernable change. Visit the Manhattan water front today on Google Earth and try to see Hansen’s predicted sea level change. It’s not there. examine the shoreline a few miles northwest of Maricaibo and you will see ancient shorlines left high and dry. No sea level change.

    • rah says:

      The Royal Hawaiian. During WW II the US Navy leased it. In an agreement with the Navy the hotel was used as center for US Submarine crews between patrols. The hotel of course replaced the expensive furniture, carpets, etc, and made their rooms more “sailor proof” Unlike in peace time, the hotel kept their primary restraint open 24/7 then. Even Admiral Nimitz would not go there unless invited by the Submariners. The only exception I’ve read of were some rooms kept available for Admirals assigned to investigate the Pearl Harbor attack. Even back then in the time just before the US entered the war a luxury suite facing the ocean cost $100.00 a night.

      The Submariners deserved it after weeks of being locked up in a can patrolling or conducting other missions in enemy waters. Proportionally US Submariners suffered higher losses than any distinct segment of any of the US Armed Forces during the war but they also proportionally did more damage to the Japanese war machine. The US lost 52 subs during the war. Usually with all hands. One in five submariners that made at least one patrol were lost. It was even worse for the German U-boat crews.

  6. Jens Larsen says:

    Would be interesting to se long time temperature curves, sea levels etc, for Hawaii and/or some of the other pacific islands against, solar fluctuations, El-nino and Pacific oscillation.
    As such places are, presumably, less influenced by anything else, such as shifts in arctic winds etc, they could be more representative of the global mean than most anything else.
    I haven’t got the skill to do that kind of thing, hope somebody has and like the idea enough to do it.

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