Pentagon Says Europe Will Drown In The Next Four Years

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Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us | Environment | The Guardian

We give the Pentagon hundreds of billions of dollars a year, but they didn’t have enough money to find out that sea level isn’t actually rising in much of Europe.

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15 Responses to Pentagon Says Europe Will Drown In The Next Four Years

  1. juanmirre says:

    The Pentagon is right, it’s based on serious studies done by the #AGW & the #AGWstooges and published recently by NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine. As clearly stated in:
    SEA LEVEL RISE NATGEOGRAPHIC http://wp.me/p5UsvC-3c

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Oh, good grief they are straight out propaganda artists now.

    A NASA model of current surface elevation change due to post-glacial rebound and the reloading of sea basins with water. Canada, Northern Europe, and Antarctica are all currently rebounding at a rate of a few millimetres per year. More water in the oceans as a result of ice sheet melting is slowly depressing sea basins. Satellites are used to observe differences over time. http://basementgeographer.com/glacial-isostatic-adjustment/

    Notice the area where Roman sea ports are inland is tectonically stable according to NASA.
    http://aoi.com.au/bcw/Sealevel/index.htm“>List of Roman Sea Ports found inland
    (Has great pictures and maps.)

    Siting problems and instrument error in sea level gauges E.M. Smith discusses the paper: International Federation of Surveyors:
    The Difficulties in Using Tide Gauges to Monitor Long-Term Sea Level Change

    “Since 1992, new methods of satellite altimetry indicates a rate of rise of 3mm per year. NOAA

    ALSO from NOAA:

    Satellite altimeter radar measurements can be combined with precisely known spacecraft orbits to measure sea level on a global basis with unprecedented accuracy. A series of satellite missions that started with TOPEX/Poseidon (T/P) in 1992 and continued with Jason-1 (2001–2013) and Jason-2 (2008–present) estimate global mean sea level every 10 days with an uncertainty of 3–4 mm.
    http://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/sod/lsa/SeaLevelRise/

  3. What part of Siberia is warmer than Britain?

  4. We sceptics have been calling the people making these predictions morons, ideotics, and troughers, fraudsters for so long that we have forgotten just how ridiculous their claims really are.

    But when I see them no … they really are absurd!

    Eventually it must blow up into a huge mega scandal with criminal investigations, etc

  5. AndyG55 says:

    I thought they were already being drowned…

    … by a sea of islamist invaders.

    • Gail Combs says:

      And sinking slowly out of sight.

      There is no way I would go to Europe for a visit any more.

      • thojak says:

        A very good decision Gail. Europe is going down the drain – faster and faster.

        • Gail Combs says:

          The politicians in the EU are either out of their minds or they know something the rest of us don’t. In either case they are not representing the best interests of the people who voted them into office and pay their salaries.

  6. David Cameron says:

    I noticed that the humming birds left for the south 3 weeks early this year when they normally leave around October 5 and that’s from south eastern Ontario Canada. They’re obviously smarter than the data fudgers at NOAA and NASA.

    • rah says:

      Saw one here at my place in central Indiana just last week but I suspect that may be the last one I see this year. We don’t do Hummingbird feeders so when the time comes they head south and don’t stick around longer than they should.

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