No Correlation Between Sea Level Rise Rate And CO2

The tide gauge at Atlantic City, NJ shows a steady 4.1 mm/year rise rate over the past century.

ScreenHunter_9293 May. 15 11.10 Data and Station Information for ATLANTIC CITY

The rate shows no correlation with atmospheric CO2

ScreenHunter_9294 May. 15 11.13

This is because the apparent sea level rise has nothing to do with CO2. It is due almost entirely to the land on the East Coast sinking.


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10 Responses to No Correlation Between Sea Level Rise Rate And CO2

  1. BallBounces says:

    So, CO2 causes land masses to sink. Yikes!

  2. omanuel says:

    It doesn’t matter if:

    _ a.) CO2 or the Sun causes climate change
    _ b.) Neutrons attract or repel other neutrons
    _ c.) The universe is infinite or made in a Big Bang

    But it does matter if Stalin emerged victorious from WWII during a news blackout of Aug-Sept 1945 events that changed the course of world history [1] and convinced world leaders to unite nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into a worldwide Ministry of Consensus Science Truths on 24 Oct 1945.

    1. “ASTON’s WARNING (Dec 1922); CHAOS & FEAR (Aug-Sept 1945)”

    Click to access CHAOS_and_FEAR_August_1945.pdf

  3. Chris Barron says:

    They blew up the chicken man in Philly last week….

  4. ren says:

    Sakurajima volcano remains very active – during the day appears to be even 10-12 eruptions – ENEX agency informs.

  5. dikstr says:

    Interesting charts – but the columnar ordinate labeling sucks.

  6. Steve Case says:

    If you figure out the acceleration for all th PSMSL tide gauges with 60 or more years of data and average it up by grids or coast lines you will get about 0.07 mm per year per year of acceleration and about 16 inches of sea level rise by 2100 IF that acceleration stays at that level.

  7. One of the most ridiculous things is that NOAA itself about 20 years described the phenomenon in its analysis of the Chesapeake Bay sea level rise:

  8. Brian H says:

    Heavy, man.

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