Scientists Recycling The Identical Sea Level Fraud – Every Generation

Thirty years ago, scientists predicted one meter sea level rise in 60 years.

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31 Aug 1986 – Sea level ‘to rise metre in 60 years’

How did that brainless forecast turn out? Sea level at Adelaide has hardly changed for 40 years.

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And thirty years later, NASA is recycling the same brainless forecast – which has no basis in science or reality.

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Global warming: NASA reveals Greenland ice shelf melting fast

These people are criminals, lying to you and using scare tactics to extort your money. Will you listen to them, or will you call them out for being the scumbags that they are?

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10 Responses to Scientists Recycling The Identical Sea Level Fraud – Every Generation

  1. darrylb says:

    I expect most readers are familiar with the following from Mark Twain.

    ‘In the space of one hundred and seventy-six years the Lower Mississippi has shortened itself two
    hundred and forty-two miles. That is an average of a trifle over one mile and a third per year.
    Therefore, any calm person, who is not blind or idiotic, can see in that the old Oolitic Siliurian Period, must a million years ago next November, the Lower Mississippi River was upward of one million three hundred thousand miles long, and stuck out over the Gulf of Mexico like a fishing-rod.
    And by the same token and person can see that seven hundred and forty two years from now the Lower Mississippi will be only a mile and three-quarters long, and Cairo and New Orleans will have their streets joined together, and be plodding comfortably along under a single mayor and a mutual board of aldermen.
    THERE IS SOMETHING FASCINATING ABOUT SCIENCE. ONE GETS SUCH WHOLESALE RETURNS OF CONJECTURE OUT OF SUCH A TRIFLING INVESTMENT OF FACT’

    Indeed, extrapolations are continually being made on events covering minuscule lengths of time
    or no length of time at all; such as the extinction of polar bears made on the basis of a single picture of four white blobs taken from an airplane on an expedition to find facts on whales.

  2. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    Ha. Great post.

  3. Tom Woods says:

    Since this publication almost 30 years ago there have been countless hundreds of studies, each telling us the prior predictions of sea-level rise were underestimated and in need of revision, or didn’t factor in x, y, and z; things such as thermal expansion, antarctic contribution, changes in currents, wind patterns, etc.

    Same mantra applies when it comes to predicting future temperatures. Each new study supposedly accounts for variables which prior studies, we’re told, didn’t account for. And every new thing accounted for bumps projected temperatures higher than the study before. Plant stomas and sea spray and loss of carbon sinks and thermocline disruption and stratospheric response — all factors which increase projected temperatures 0.5-1.0°C higher, in their own respect, than the most aggressive climate warming models. No one ever stops to question how the aggregate warming from all these unaccounted for climate discoveries combined with greenhouse gas warming amount to some 20°C of warming in the next 100 years.

  4. inMAGICn says:

    But, only thirty years have elapsed. Boy, just you wait for the sea level rise in the NEXT thirty years. That’ll show you, yeh.

  5. darrylb says:

    A major and continual flaw within the science community is that a scientific contingent will look in depth with microscopic analysis at some event and extrapolate from that event.
    Again and again, and then again the earth shows itself to be in a continuous state of flux, ebb and flo, highs and lows, back and forth.

    It is always out of equilibrium, and always creating a feedback to move toward equilibrium but never reaching it. —————– and thank goodness that it never does reach equilibrium or we would never have the weather that allows life to exist on this planet.
    It is like engineers trying to look at how each atom works in a machine when they know what is important is the output of the entire machine.
    Small minds tackling a huge problem, always looking for a foot in the door for their next item to publish. They know the unfortunate rule which now pervades much of science ‘Publish or Perish’

  6. Andy DC says:

    The climate change lobby is all about fear and greed. Causing groundless fear amongst the sheeple so they can profit from it.

  7. ozspeaksup says:

    as an ex sth aussie I can tell you this
    they removed the shackies(small cheap 99yr land leased- holiday cabin owners) forcefully in some cases all along the shores of sth aus.beaches AND riverfronts also
    then
    they started making huge marinas for the very rich in a few of those areas.
    westlakes and wallaroo are 2 I personally have seen, I believe the swamps at Port Wakefield are slated for same “developments” as well as down the coast on low swamps near curramulka etc
    beach access for the “common folks” is blocked off so the well off dont have to see the ex inhabitants of their new million dollar abodes, or maybe , or god forbid, touch! the posh boats they run to their private docks.
    councils make HUGE rates profits also, so endorsing the con suits them fine.

  8. ozspeaksup says:

    oh I almost forgot
    the rising sea levels they did “find” at one time???
    turned out to be the sensor was on an old wooden pier at Port Adelaide docks
    and the pier was sinking into the mud a bit:-)
    that one got exposed but shushed up real quick!

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