Monday, July 25, 2016

Deceit in Sea Level Scaremongering

      It is obvious from this essay    Luctor et Emergo by Dr Gerrit J. van der Lingen
that there is no evidence whatsoever that global sea levels are rising due to human CO2 emissions. Predictions of sea-level rise by the end of this century, varying from 18 (status quo) to 600 centimetres, are based on non-validated computer models or are plain scare mongering
     The most important conclusion is that sea-level rise since the end of the Little Ice Age has been at a constant 1.7 to 1.8 mm per year. Mörner (2011) has even come to the well-researched conclusion that the correct figure for global sea-level rise by 2100 is very likely only +5±15cm. 
     Also, contrary to the predictions of the global warming alarmists, there has been no acceleration in sea-level rise over this time. Therefore, at most sea-level will rise by 17 to 18 cm by 2100, probably less.

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