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Sea level rise

about the thickness of a dime per year

Another IPCC Fantasy Down The Toilet


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25 Nov 10 - According to new GRACE satellite results, world average sea level rise is about 1 millimeter per year, or about 0.04 of an inch.

"The low end of IPCC forecasts is about double that at 1.9 mm/year," says
Steven Goddard. "Hansen has been talking about 30+ mm/year. Once again the experts demonstrate that they have no clue what they are talking about."

Consisting of a pair of satellites moving in an orbit that takes them over the South and North Poles, GRACE stands for Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment.

"This data and tide gauge data also blow away any credibility to claims of ice sheet meltdown," says Goddard. "Is there anything left for the scamsters to cling to?"

"In some areas, such as the Pacific Ocean near the equator and the waters offshore from India and north of the Amazon River, the rise is larger. In some areas, such as the east coast of the United States, sea level has actually dropped a bit over the past decade."

One millimeter is about the thickness of a dime.

Take 100 dimes, stack them on top of each other, and that's how much sea level should rise in the next 100 years. Four inches. Four INCHES!

That's IF the global warming scenario is correct.

However, I still insist that sea levels will lower dramatically as we enter the next ice age and more and more water gets locked up on land as ice.

      (Goddard calls rising sea-level claims an IPCC fantasy.
       I call them an IPCC lie.)

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