No Correlation Between Sea Level And Atmospheric CO2

Average sea level rise has been very steady for the last 100 years at about 2 mm/year, which is comparable to the rise recorded by CU over the last five years. That is at least 15-30X too low to reach Dr. Hansen’s 3-6 metre estimate – shown in green.

The blue line shows atmospheric CO2 during the same period. CO2 has risen substantially during the last 50 years, but the rate of sea level rise has been constant.

Conclusions : Sea level rise has nothing to do with changes in atmospheric CO2, and Hansen’s forecasts show no sign of being in the ballpark.

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3 Responses to No Correlation Between Sea Level And Atmospheric CO2

  1. Paul in Sweden says:

    In 2009 I traveled back home to NYC and I have direct observational evidence that James Hansen’s west side Manhattan flooding predictions are unfounded.

  2. Amino says:

    Every time I see graph on climate, like the one on sea level rise, I see graphs only showing things happening that are within normal variability. Nothing unusual is happening in climate. Things are continuing on as they always have.

    Now the projections on what will happen, they show something different. But those projections are already wrong. Why would anyone believe long term projections of what will happen 50 or 100 years from now when the people making those predictions are already wrong in the short term? I won’t do it. But some will. They got assimilated.

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