Satellite Sea Level Fraud

Remember Envisat – the most sophisticated climate monitoring satellite?

For eight years, it gave sea level rise rate readings close to the 1990 IPCC tide gauges. Then one day, its historical numbers magically quadrupled – to bring it more in line with the fraudulent post-2000 IPCC numbers.

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18 Responses to Satellite Sea Level Fraud

  1. Dave N says:

    Must be because someone can’t read the values correctly, like the thermometers. I think Kenny Baker sits inside the satellite and phones through the figures.

    ..and “scientists” are puzzled as to why people have lost faith in them.

  2. phodges says:

    And the next day, the satellite died!

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    That’s insane. What does it take for these people to get it into to their thick heads that you don’t need all these satellites and supercomputer analyses to see what the sea level is at. GO TO THE BEACH. See that the sea level has not changed, in any appreciable way, for 50 years at least. The sea remains the same.
    Their data says the sea has risen. It hasn’t. If you are old enough, when you go to the beach and see that the sea is just the same as it was 40 years ago, you’ll know that your eyes are deceiving you, look at the “data” instead. Back in the 1950s when the sea was the just the same Father Knew Best. Now the Know-it-Alls Know Best, and you don’t need to go to the beach any more because instead they have the data and the computer read outs and reality adjustments.
    Now listen, any of you old hands, tell us how decades ago you saw the ocean in a pitifully less high state, and now you see it higher. You see that the sea has risen. Well, doesn’t seem to be anybody that has that story. Or who has photos from back then and now that show a sea level rise. Nope. The sea hasn’t changed. This shouldn’t require an Einstein.

  4. First slide of the flash seems to be missing the amplitude axis.

    Will you be doing an overlay to show how much of a “correction” there has been?

  5. nzrobin says:

    The land changes up and down too. Probably as much as the sea, maybe more in some places.

  6. jeremyshiers says:

    But they messed up when altering the records. By chance I had saved some envisat data on 10 April 2012 (before change), and compared with data from 12 April 2012 (after change). How did they mess up? Before adjustment there was some sort of agreement between envisat, jason and posideon/topex during periods when at least two satellites were operating. After adjustment although the envistat SLR for entire period was bought in to line the agreement during overlap periods was wrecked. Not even competent to handle a simple case of faking data! The full fory details are here http://jeremyshiers.com/blog/sea-levels-still-rising-and-envisat-records-altered-to-show-this/

  7. Robertv says:

    Dr. Nils-Axel Mörner

  8. gator69 says:

    I finally had enough ipecac on hand to watch Frontline’s “Climate of Doubt” this past weekend, and there were some great quotes, one of my favorites was from Gavin Schmidt who commented on sea level rise and said, “North Carolina has alot of beachfront property that is very close to sea level”. :lol:

    • Billy Liar says:

      What an earth-shattering revelation! Now I know why top scientists are paid so much.

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      Beach front property that can’t get insured for loss because of habitual hurricane damage, not “climate change.”

      Despite their best efforts, Schmidt’s ilk have not yet convinced (reputable) insurance companies to get into the “climate change” ripoff business.

      (There’s good money to be made, though – making people pay premiums to cover damage from events that will never happen. Too bad they can’t get the weather to cooperate in their extortion schemes)

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      Sure, I was just rambling about Schmidt’s useless warnings.

  9. Andy DC says:

    We literally have a whole climate alarmist industry out there, churning out fraudulent data to make earlier busted forecasts appear correct. Can’t let the truth get in the way of a multibillion dollar scam!

  10. janama says:

    exactly Eric Simpson. I returned to the beach I used to play at back in the 50s and it hadn’t changed at all.

  11. oldfossil says:

    nzrobin says:
    February 19, 2013 at 7:49 am

    The land changes up and down too. Probably as much as the sea, maybe more in some places.

    Seven centuries ago Harlech Castle in Wales was right at sea level with the waves lapping at the “sea gate” by means of which it was provisioned during a siege. Now the castle stands miles from the sea and some hundreds of feet above sea level. Check it out:

    http://www.castlewales.com/harlech.html

    • Ben says:

      RE: oldfossil – “Now the castle stands miles from the sea”

      Perhaps 800 meters from the sea is a better estimate.

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