Is There A Relationship Between Global Temperature And Ocean Levels? Sure, But…

Posted: May 9, 2020 by oldbrew in alarmism, Critique, predictions, sea levels, Temperature

Better to follow the actual observations than the Hollywood-style scenarios of headline-chasing climate alarmists.

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By Dr. Jay Lehr~

Alarms over rising oceans continue to sound. Politicians, actors, authors, and climate activistswarn us regularly that the massive ice sheets in the Antarctic, and the Arctic, are melting. They remind us that in a matter of decades, oceans will rise to the point where they will destroy many coastal cities, and the process would become irreversible.The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the media have speculated and prophesied that by 2100, we would have ocean levels between five to ten feet higher.

Graphic photoshopped pictures of New York skyscrapers show buildings flooded several floors high. Miami is shown vanishing under the sea. All said to be a result of increasing CO2 followed by melting ice resulting in a rise in our ocean levels.Most of our readers suspect great exaggeration but do not understand…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    RESEARCH ARTICLE: Future of the human climate niche

    PNAS first published May 4, 2020

    Quote: We demonstrate that depending on scenarios of population growth and warming, over the coming 50 y, 1 to 3 billion people are projected to be left outside the climate conditions that have served humanity well over the past 6,000 y. Absent climate mitigation or migration, a substantial part of humanity will be exposed to mean annual temperatures warmer than nearly anywhere today.
    – – –
    This falls into the ‘best move to Antarctica’ category.

  2. ivan says:

    Back to the old hobby horse since the Wu-flu isn’t scaring enough people into accepting the UN Church of Climatology Agenda 21 and 30 diktat of the NWO.

  3. Chaswarnertoo says:

    I’m still waiting for anyone to tell me why Harlech castle sea gate is 3-4 metres ABOVE present high tide. Geologically stable, only 1000 years ago. WAIS really unstable?

  4. Chaswarnertoo says:

    Old brew, I know. I went to check. The railway line is below the sea level obvious on the sea gate cliff, but still above present high water. It’s a 1/4 mile from the sea due to sand buildup but I’m talkin* about height.

  5. oldbrew says:

    All the North Wales castles were designed to be supplied by sea/river. None of the others has lost its sea access AFAIK, so local conditions would seem to be the main suspect at Harlech.

    I know the area quite well myself, been there many times in the 1980s and 90s. Those dunes are massive, easy to get disoriented. Re the height, where did all the sand come from? Maybe the basin of seawater got deeper over centuries due to sand loss, and receded.

  6. Chaswarnertoo says:

    Exploring castles.Com admits SEA LEVEL HAS DROPPED since 1283. Seems to be a bit of a cover up going on. Caernarfon castle was also built to a higher sea level.

  7. oldbrew says:

    I lean towards the view of Willis Eschenbach on this one. NB the port picture he shows is Porthmadog, not Harlech.

    To use Harlech as a pointer to widespread sea level fall, other supporting evidence is needed.

  8. Chaswarnertoo says:

    Plenty of supporting evidence round here, see Bird rock, near Tywyn. Willis’s picture in the car park shows the SEA CUT cave in the cliff below the sea gate but ABOVE car park/ railway level. Harlech is isostatically stable.

  9. oldbrew says:

  10. tom0mason says:

    Weather and climate are chaotic.
    And chaotic processes are often (always?) self organizing pattern generators, it is these patterns that drives so many natural processes and it in the very center of life. Whether or not that we can see them depends on our individual perceptions and biases.


    (1hour long video from Real Truth Science)

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