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New Science: 89% Of The Globe's Islands - And 100% Of Large Islands - Have Stable Or Growing Coasts

New Science: 89% Of The Globe’s Islands – And 100% Of Large Islands – Have Stable Or Growing Coasts

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRapid sea level rise was supposed to shrink Earth’s coasts. It hasn’t. Image Source: Mörner, 2018 “Over the past decades, atoll islands exhibited no widespread sign of physical destabilization in the face of sea-level rise. 88.6% of islands were either stable or increased in area, while only 11.4% contracted. It is noteworthy that no island […]

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Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2018,  over 500 scientific papers were published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. More than 500 scientific papers published […]

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Climate Alarmism Dies In 2018 As Modern Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise Has No Net Impact On World's Coasts

Climate Alarmism Dies In 2018 As Modern Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise Has No Net Impact On World’s Coasts

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe year 2018 could mark the beginning of the end of climate change alarmist reporting.  Projections of catastrophic melting of the ice sheets and sea level rise swallowing up the Earth’s coasts are increasingly undermined by observations.  Extensive glacier and ice sheet melt resulting in an accelerated sea level rise threatening the world’s population […]

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Global Warming Pause Extends...Becoming Clear IPCC Grossly Overstated Projected Warming

Global Warming Pause Extends…Becoming Clear IPCC Grossly Overstated Projected Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterImpressive Cold Grips As Planet Continues Its Warming Pause By SnowFan (Translated/summarized by P Gosselin) The continuing global cooling and the start of the grand minimum require new targets in climate policy and a complete withdrawal from the previous warming madness. After a complete failure by the IPCC climate models and the crazy assignment of CO2 […]

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Missed A Few, IPCC? 368 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Missed A Few, IPCC? 368 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the first 9½ months of 2018,  368 scientific papers have been published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. These […]

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Sea Level Shock...Satellite Imagery Shows Coral Islands Expanding! ..."Results Challenge Existing Narratives Of Island Loss"

Sea Level Shock…Satellite Imagery Shows Coral Islands Expanding! …”Results Challenge Existing Narratives Of Island Loss”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite sea level rise, Tuvalu Islands surface area has grown 3% over the past decades By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) The South Sea islands are sinking. Send us money and visas for Australia and USA fast! That’s the underlying message of many media reports on the […]

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New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A 'Non-Existent Threat' Based On 'Never Validated' Models

New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A ‘Non-Existent Threat’ Based On ‘Never Validated’ Models

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“Extreme sea level rise warnings based on predictions by never validated models, or speculations, that are defocusing coastal management from every other relevant situation, should be discharged.” — Parker, 2018 Parker, 2018 Sea level oscillations in Japan and China since the start of the 20th century and consequences for coastal management “Regionally, the sea […]

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China Pearl River Delta Sea Level Rise Earlier In The Holocene Was Far More Extreme Than Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent study by Xiong et al titled Holocene sea-level history of the northern coast of South China Sea tells us that sea level rise today is total within the range of natural variability. The scientists collected and analyzed seven sediment cores from the Pearl River delta, from which they generated 16 new and high-quality sea-level index points. […]

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New Study: Sea Level Rise Doesn't 'Spell Doom' - Little To No Loss Of Coastal Wetlands Projected By 2100

New Study: Sea Level Rise Doesn’t ‘Spell Doom’ – Little To No Loss Of Coastal Wetlands Projected By 2100

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new false-alarm paper reveals that coastal wetlands may not only persist well into the 21st century despite present rates of sea level rise, but the coasts may expand and even prosper due to the natural ability for soil to “build up vertically by sediment accretion”.   Headline/image source: Sciencenews.org “Coasts are growing all over the world” Two […]

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New Paper: 54% Of 'Vulnerable' SW Pacific Islands Studied Had Shorelines That EXPANDED From 2005-2015

New Paper: 54% Of ‘Vulnerable’ SW Pacific Islands Studied Had Shorelines That EXPANDED From 2005-2015

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite a rapid local sea level rise rate nearly 3 times the global mean (1.8 mm/yr), 15 of 28 studied atoll islands in the southwest Pacific increased in shoreline area during 2005 to 2015 according to a new study (Hisabayashi et al., 2018). For the 3 islands that experienced extreme shoreline erosion – with […]

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Sea Level Rise Rate Along Coast So Far Only About One Seventh Of IPCC Alarmist Projections!

Sea Level Rise Rate Along Coast So Far Only About One Seventh Of IPCC Alarmist Projections!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe time in running out for the purveyors of the “rapidly accelerating sea level rise” scare story. Especially IPCC alarmist scientists like spreading scare stories about sea level rise, and how it’s accelerating. So far global CO2 emissions have in fact continued to climb at a rate that is defined as the “business as usual” […]

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New Research Finds Sea Level Rise Claims “Definitely Conjecture”…”Highly Erroneous”…Coastlines Stable Or Growing!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccelerating sea level rise due to global warming is supposed to eat away at the shorelines across the globe. However a recent paper published in the journal Nature here authored by a team scientists led by Arjen Luijendijk found that some 75% of the world’s sandy shorelines are stable or growing! An analysis of satellite-derived […]

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Scientists Find Caribbean Sea Levels Were 1 Meter Higher 5300 Years Ago...Today Rising More Slowly

Scientists Find Caribbean Sea Levels Were 1 Meter Higher 5300 Years Ago…Today Rising More Slowly

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Share this…FacebookTwitter5300 years ago sea level near Surinam and Guyana was about 1m higher than today By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) A paper authored by Khan et al. 2017 looked at the Caribbean over the past 10,000 years. After the end of the last ice age […]

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What Scientific 'Consensus'? 254 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

What Scientific ‘Consensus’? 254 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn just the first 6 months of 2018,  254 scientific papers have been published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. […]

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Inconvenient Climate History: South African Sea Levels 3 Meters Higher 5000 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSouth Africa Sea Level Was 3 Meters Higher 5000 Years Ago Than Today By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Today’s topic: Sea level rise around Africa. There the sea level is rising there like anywhere else. Already during the last warm phase, the Medieval Warm Period […]

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ONLY 0.8% Of Coastal Tide Gauges Show Sea Level Rise On Track To Reach IPCC Year 2100 Projection!

ONLY 0.8% Of Coastal Tide Gauges Show Sea Level Rise On Track To Reach IPCC Year 2100 Projection!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccurately measuring the sea level with a satellite is highly complex and fraught with uncertainty. Even the slightest equipment miscalibrations can produce inaccurate results. Huge discrepancy exists between satellite measurements and observed coastal tide gauge readings. Source: CSIRO. For sea level rise, the figures that are often cited come from namely two sources: satellite measurement, […]

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New Study: Denmark Sea Level Was 11-12.5 Meters Higher Than Now During The Mid-Holocene

New Study: Denmark Sea Level Was 11-12.5 Meters Higher Than Now During The Mid-Holocene

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new paper, data from 57 sites along 17 km of coastal Denmark reveal that sea levels were 11 to 12.5 meters higher than they are today between 7,600 and 4,600 years ago. Image Source: Clemmensen et al., 2018 Most Holocene reconstructions do not indicate that sea levels were more than about 5 meters […]

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3 New Papers: Permian Mass Extinction Coincided With Global Cooling, Falling Sea Levels, And Low CO2

3 New Papers: Permian Mass Extinction Coincided With Global Cooling, Falling Sea Levels, And Low CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the past it has been widely reported that high and abruptly changing CO2 concentrations during the Permian led to climate conditions that were “too hot for complex life to survive” on the planet.  Today, scientists have determined that the opposite may be true: the Permian mass extinction event occurred during a period of […]

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70+ Papers: Holocene Sea Levels 2 Meters Higher - Today's Sea Level Change Indistinguishable From Noise

70+ Papers: Holocene Sea Levels 2 Meters Higher – Today’s Sea Level Change Indistinguishable From Noise

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNote: This post will remain an extra day… ======================================= More than 70 recent scientific publications show that there is absolutely nothing unusual about the magnitude and rapidity of today’s sea level changes. These academically peer-reviewed papers show that sea levels were on average 2 meters higher earlier in the Holocene than they are today. […]

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Groundbreaking New Paper Finds Global Warming, Ice Melt 'Not Related To Sea Level Rise'

Groundbreaking New Paper Finds Global Warming, Ice Melt ‘Not Related To Sea Level Rise’

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Share this…FacebookTwitter1 – 2 Meters Of Sea Level Rise By 2100 A ‘Highly Erroneous’ Claim Geophysicist and tectonics expert Dr. Aftab Khan has unearthed a massive fault in the current understanding of (1) rapid sea level rise and its fundamental relation to (2) global-scale warming/polar ice melt. Succinctly, Dr. Khan concludes the two have little to nothing to do with […]

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