May 15, 2009

The Oceans Are Rising Faster Than Ever!


Greatest Lie Ever Told?

Let's Review Place #31:
Wellington, NZ

For years (decades?), climate alarmist scientists have been claiming that the oceans were rising with "unprecedented" speed due to human-caused global warming. These scientists claim that because of all the melting of glaciers and ice sheets, due to human-caused warming, the sea levels are rising at an accelerated pace and will continue to so - up to a 20 foot rise by the end of the century is predicted. If this accelerated sea level rising is happening as claimed, then it should be evident across the world. Fortunately, the sea rise at Wellington, New Zealand is averaging less than a foot per century. This is just but one example of ocean facts countering sea-rise alarmism hype - more to follow. (On average, recent satellite measurements put global ocean level increases at 3mm/year or 1 foot/century.)


1 comment:

  1. I've been looking over the NOAA charts on the NOAA tides and currents graphs pages, for some reason I can't post the URL here. The question is this, there are the charts you post in this page, and the NOAA Mean Sea Level Trend charts. The MSLT charts shows a steady rise in sea level over the span of the chart, where the Internannual variation charts you post show variation without significant long term rise in most locations around the world.
    What is the basis of NOAA's MSLT data, and how does it differ from the Interannual variation data?
    It appears the two charts do not display the same conclusions about sea level changes.