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New Study: Sea Level Changes Since 1993 Are 'Dominated' And 'Heavily Influenced' By Internal Variability

New Study: Sea Level Changes Since 1993 Are ‘Dominated’ And ‘Heavily Influenced’ By Internal Variability

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom 1993 to 2018, the satellite altimetry sea level changes reveal both positive and negative accelerations, align with oscillatory patterns, and are dominated by internal variability (e.g., PDO, ENSO). The “forced acceleration pattern” assumed to be associated with anthropogenic global warming “has not emerged”. Image Source: Hamlington et al., 2020 Negative or negligible sea […]

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Over 440 Scientific Papers Published In 2019 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2019,  more than 440 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. Image Source: Collins et al., […]

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North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004...In Tandem With 2°C Cooling

North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004…In Tandem With 2°C Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRapid cooling in the North Atlantic has reversed regional sea level changes and has apparently spread to the Greenland ice sheet. Image Source: Chafik et al. (2019) Despite stressing global sea level rise is worrisome and due to anthropogenic warming, Chafik et al. (2019) report a distinct cooling trend in the North Atlantic that […]

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19 Papers Published In 2019 Affirm Sea Levels Were METERS Higher Than Today 4-8 Thousand Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe onslaught of paleoclimate evidence for warmer-than-now Mid-Holocene climates – when the Earth’s sea levels were meters higher than they are today –  stormed through 2019. There were 107 scientific papers published this past year indicating today’s warmth isn’t even close to being unusual or unprecedented when compared to the climates of the last […]

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Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThough the media like to tell their audience that man-made climate change is leading to more extreme weather, the data don’t support it. In fact, one could easily argue that Japan’s climate is more agreeable today. By Kirye in Tokyo and Pierre Gosselin No trend in long-term annual precipitation Over the past 100 years, […]

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Cartology Affirms Relative Sea Levels Were Similar To Or HIGHER Than Now During The Little Ice Age

Cartology Affirms Relative Sea Levels Were Similar To Or HIGHER Than Now During The Little Ice Age

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSurprisingly accurate nautical maps created the 17th to 19th centuries strongly suggest coastal land area in both hemispheres were quite similar to today’s. There is even evidence relative sea levels were higher than now back then. Image Source: Etsy.com Globally, coasts have grown since the 1980s Between 1985 and 2015, satellite observations indicate the […]

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New Paper Presents Photo Evidence Affirming Equatorial Region Sea Levels Have FALLEN Since The 1600s

New Paper Presents Photo Evidence Affirming Equatorial Region Sea Levels Have FALLEN Since The 1600s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new paper (Mörner, 2019, expanding upon Mörner, 2017), photo evidence confirms sea levels in 5 studied equatorial regions have fallen by about 60 cm since the 17th century…and remained stable since the 1970s. Image(s) Source: Mörner, 2019 Image Source: Mörner, 2017 Another new study (Haryono et al., 2019) of sea level change […]

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CO2 Levels Are NOT What's Threatening Venice...Sea Levels Were Meters Higher With Much Lower CO2

CO2 Levels Are NOT What’s Threatening Venice…Sea Levels Were Meters Higher With Much Lower CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPaleoclimate evidence shows there is little to no link between atmospheric CO2 concentration and relative sea level. Venice, the treasure of Italy, is a city built on a mud swamp. Consequently, in the last 100 years it has sunk about 25 cm, or 2.5 millimeters per year (Munaretto et al., 2012). The lagoon city […]

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4 New Papers, One Alarm-Dispelling Conclusion: Future Sea Level Rise May NOT Threaten Islands After All

4 New Papers, One Alarm-Dispelling Conclusion: Future Sea Level Rise May NOT Threaten Islands After All

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs reported in 4 separately-published papers, scientists have discovered a mechanism whereby islands can build themselves up naturally, thwarting the threat of sea level rise.  Tuck et al. (2019) affirm the “implications of island building are profound, as it will offset existing scenarios of dramatic increases in island flooding.” Earlier this year, Duvat (2019) […]

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New Study: Of 53 Long-Term Tide Gauges On North America's  East/West Coasts, 24 Have Negative Accelerations

New Study: Of 53 Long-Term Tide Gauges On North America’s East/West Coasts, 24 Have Negative Accelerations

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe West Coast of North America has 20 long-term (90+ years) tide gauges measuring relative sea level changes. The East Coast has 33. Of the 53 total tide gauges, 45% (24) are negatively accelerating, 14 document falling sea levels, and just 11 have sea levels rising more than 3 mm/yr. Image Source: Boretti, 2019 […]

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Sum-Of-Contributor Evidence Shows Global Sea Levels Have Recently Been Rising

Sum-Of-Contributor Evidence Shows Global Sea Levels Have Recently Been Rising <1 Millimeter Per Year

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn recent decades, the Earth’s seas have been rising at a rate of under 0.8 mm/year (8 cm per century) according to estimations of the sum of contributions to sea level rise. In contrast, sea levels rose at rates of more than 40 mm/year ~10,000 years ago. Relative sea level rise can be calculated […]

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Biblical City Ur Used To Sit On The Persian Gulf Coast 6000 Years Ago. Today Its Ruins Sit 200 km Inland.

Biblical City Ur Used To Sit On The Persian Gulf Coast 6000 Years Ago. Today Its Ruins Sit 200 km Inland.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe world was much warmer and greener with meters-higher sea levels just a few thousand years ago. Between 9000 to 6000 years ago, when global temperatures were 4-6°C warmer than they are today, the Sahara was a tree- and lake-covered haven teeming with megafauna and human civilizations (Manning and Timpson, 2014). Image Source: LiveScience […]

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