No Sea Level Rise In Oregon For Over 40 Years

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Data and Station Information for CHARLESTON II

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6 Responses to No Sea Level Rise In Oregon For Over 40 Years

  1. Tony says:

    What do the numbers on the y-axis represent? 7000 mm above what?

  2. Kepler says:

    To get a clearer picture of sea level trends maybe they should start measuring it in angstroms.

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    I get it that the sea, as far we can see with our eyes anyway, hasn’t risen in decades in Oregon, Malibu, Manhattan, Australia, the Mediterranean, but everywhere else it’s been rising like gangbusters. That makes sense. Water is piling up. We know this because of all the cities and island nations that have been recently submerged by the merciless sea. /s
    “Entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000. ” -Noel Brown, ex UNEP Director, 1989
    “[in twenty years (2008)] the West Side Highway (and thus much of Manhattan) will be under water.” -James Hansen, 1988, NASA

  4. Psalmon says:

    Obviously this is raw data and not yet adjusted. After adjustment you’ll see the sea level rise. That data needs adjustment!

    • Yes. Unadjusted data is obscene. Put some pants on it, make it behave, so we don’t have to worry where it’s been (“I sense terrible cooties in the data, Dr., and a bad attitude. Do you want me to adjust it?”–alarmist in a dominatrix costume, brandishing a whip… That is what’s REALLY making them insane: sexual control fantasies).

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