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Sea level scientist Nils-Axel Mörner, 1938-2020

By |2020-10-19T10:08:54-04:00October 19th, 2020|Climate|

Professor Nils-Axel Mörner, who died on Friday October 16 aged 83 after a short illness, knew more about sea level than did Poseidon himself. CFACT knew Dr. Mörner very well and will miss our friend.

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False sea level alarm

By |2019-02-15T11:30:04-05:00February 18th, 2019|Climate|

Judith Curry's peer-reviewed paper, published in November 2018, shows there has been no acceleration in sea level rise in recent decades, eviscerating the claims of alarmists.

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No, global warming and sea level rise are not threatening naval facilities

By |2019-01-18T15:35:55-05:00January 18th, 2019|Climate|

Given a choice between speculative claims of imminent, rapid sea level rise versus long-established objective data showing minimal historic sea level rise with no recent acceleration, the smart money says claims of imminent, rapid sea level rise are unfounded.

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The clever ruse of sea level alarm

By |2018-12-05T16:22:59-05:00December 5th, 2018|Climate|

By Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris Claims about dangerously rising sea levels, and island nations being submerged by them – as a result of human fossil fuel use and manmade global warming – are nothing more than a clever ruse, designed to frighten people into demanding or accepting terrible energy policies.

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Sea level hijinks

By |2018-08-02T06:52:21-04:00July 20th, 2018|Climate|

The inconvenient fact is that sea level has been rising at a tiny 1 to 3 millimeters per year, as it has since before the industrial revolution with no significant acceleration.

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Sea level rise deflated by its own reporting

By |2018-03-09T18:35:16-05:00March 9th, 2018|Climate|

Once land subsidence was factored in, “the storms rank slightly lower — as the fourth- and eighth-highest storm tides,” according to researchers. It turns out about the half-foot of sea level rise Boston has seen since the 1800s is due to subsidence.

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