Analysis Debunks Absurd Sea Level Rise Claims About South Florida – Sea level rise in the Miami area is not accelerating and it is rising at a rate of about 1 foot per century.
Climatologist’s sea-level rise study disputes climate-disaster predictions – In many cases, ‘half of the sea-level rise is really from land sinking’
Read Chapter 3 excerpt of Green Fraud: ‘Man-Made Climate Change Is Not a Threat’ – ‘Hundreds of causes & variables influence climate’ not just CO2
“Rivers and Seas Are Boiling!”
Ocean levels have been rising since the last Ice Age. Global sea levels have been naturally rising for ~20,000 years. There is no evidence of an acceleration of ocean-level rise, and therefore no evidence of any effect of mankind on sea levels. According to tide gauges, ocean levels are rising less than the thickness of one nickel (1.95 mm thick) per year or about the thickness of one penny (1.52 mm thick) a year.45
The 2018 “State of the Climate Report” by Norwegian professor Ole Humlum explained, “Data from tide gauges all over the world suggest an average global sea-level rise of 1–1.5 mm/year, while the satellite record suggests a rise of about 3.2 mm/year. The large difference between the two data sets still has no broadly accepted explanation.”46
As former NASA climatologist Dr. Roy Spencer’s research has shown, “Sea level rise, which was occurring long before humans could be blamed, has not accelerated and still amounts to only 1 inch every 10 years.”47
University of Pennsylvania geologist Robert Giegengack has said, “At the present rate of sea-level rise it’s going to take 3,500 years to get up there [to Al Gore’s predicted rise of 20 feet]. So if for some reason this warming process that melts ice is cutting loose and accelerating, sea level doesn’t know it. And sea level, we think, is the best indicator of global warming.”48
Spencer’s research on Miami flooding and sea-level rise found “that flooding is mostly a combination of 1) natural sea-level rise (I show there has been no acceleration of sea-level rise beyond what was already happening since the 1800s), and 2) satellite-measured sinking of the reclaimed swamps that have been built upon for over 100 years in Miami Beach.”
Tony Heller responds to PBS:
PBS : Ten Feet Of Sea Level Rise In The Next Ten Years
The last six months were the coldest on record in Antarctica
Antarctica’s last 6 months were the coldest on record – CNN
PBS responds by saying Antarctica is melting and cities are going to drown.
Melting of the Thwaites Glacier could rewrite the global coastline | PBS NewsHour
Obama will be disappointed to learn that experts say his new $12 million home is about to drown.
Barack & Michelle Obama Martha’s Vineyard Mansion, House Details, Photos, Price
The press now has been reporting the same story for a century.
20 May 1948, Page 16 – The Bend Bulletin at Newspapers.com
” the Great Ice Barrier which fronts the continent with a wall of ice for 250 miles has receded at least 30 miles since it was first seen and surveyed. Sir James Ross, who went out on the earliest Antarctic expedition of the nineteenth century, and those who followed him, left clear descriptions of this tremendous ice frontage and its position. It was a cliff 150ft. high and 1000ft. thick. But now it appears to be continuing its century-long process of shrinking; and that process may have been going on for centuries.
The shrinkage of the Alpine glaciers of Europe is a well-known and care-fully measured fact.”
21 Jul 1932 – A Warmer World. – Trove
Scientists Are Watching in Horror as Ice Collapses
19 Feb 1952 – Melting Ice May Swamp Seaports – Trove
On January 20, 1977 it snowed in Miami.
20 Jan 1977, Page 3 – Valley News
Three days later climate scientists were predicting the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
“We’re doing about the most we can do right now to study the possible collapse of the west ice sheet,” said Dr. Richard Cameron, NSF program manager for glaciology. “It has become an area of concern because we could be on the brink of a rise in sea levels.”
We’re seeing the west ice sheet on its way out,” said Cameron. “It seems to be doing something completely different than the east ice sheet. It has nothing to do with climate, just the dynamics of unstable ice.“
23 Jan 1977, 7 – Independent at Newspapers.com