NASA Math : 81% Of Active Tide Gauges Are Below Average


Sea Level Trends – MSL global stations trends table

There are 98 currently active NOAA tide gauges. The average sea level rise rate of them is 4.7 inches per century, and the median is 5.3 inches per century. Seventy-nine of the ninety-eight stations are below the NASA average of 1.0 feet per century.

This math may be confusing to some, but the NASA administrator explains that the primary mission of the US Space Agency is to make Muslims feel good about themselves.

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26 Responses to NASA Math : 81% Of Active Tide Gauges Are Below Average

  1. omanuel says:

    Please, please, Steven aka Tony, your candid comments here may help humanity.

    1. “Is there convincing evidence for AGW?”

    2. “Geoethics: the principles of ethics in Natural Sciences”

  2. Steve Case says:

    Get with it Heller, it’s called Climate Change, and the new math applies. Dinosaurs like you seem to think that things have to add up. Well in the modern world, they don’t.

  3. Steve Case says:

    By the way I emailed off the NASA/Muslim outreach You Tube to my three contacts who send such stuff to a combined email list of probably thousands.

  4. Steve Case says:

    Ooh! Thunder ’round this neck of the woods. The gales of November are right on time.

  5. gator69 says:

    No worries, someone who graduated with BA’s in both English Literature and Philosophy will be along to explain you have the wrong graph, and that adjustments are golden.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Philosophy……. that waffled BS , isn’t it?

      Mosher to a tee. !!

    • AndyG55 says:

      Steven M. Mosher, B.A. English, Northwestern University (1981); Teaching Assistant, English Department, UCLA (1981-1985); Director of Operations Research/Foreign Military Sales & Marketing, Northrop Corporation [Grumman] (1985-1990); Vice President of Engineering [Simulation], Eidetics International (1990-1993); Director of Marketing, Kubota Graphics Corporation (1993-1994); Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Criterion Software (1994-1995); Vice President of Personal Digital Entertainment, Creative Labs (1995-2006); Vice President of Marketing, Openmoko (2007-2009); Founder and CEO, Qi Hardware Inc. (2009); Marketing Consultant (2010-2012); Vice President of Sales and Marketing, VizzEco Inc. (2010-2011); [Marketing] Advisor, RedZu Online Dating Service (2012-2013); Advisory Board, urSpin (n.d.); Team Member, Berkeley Earth 501C(3) Non-Profit Organization unaffiliated with UC Berkeley (2013-Present)

  6. Moors710 says:

    Maybe the National Aeronautics and Space Administration should stick to Aeronautics and Space,but then they seem to believe the sky is falling so everything becomes space.

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