Are sea-levels rising? Nils Axel-Morner documents a decided lack of rising seas
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Sea level scares are, 'as it turns out, one interpretation of some highly adjusted, carefully selected data, all possibly 'corrected' by one outlying tide gauge in Hong Kong. Nils Axel-Morner is here to point out that the raw satellite data shows barely any rise, and furthermore, the observations from places all over, like the Maldives, Suriname, Tuvalu, India, Bangladesh, Venice, and Germany show not much either. It's close enough to zero to call it 'nothing'
But that’s only spots from The Atlantic, The Pacific and The Indian… there are other oceans. As we graphed before with Frank Lansner, most of the current “rise” is due to man-made adjustments, not man-made emissions. According to Axel-Morner, it’s not that the sea levels are rising less than expected, it’s more like they aren’t rising much at all, and haven’t been for years.