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Are the seas really rising?

by Greg Krehbiel on 14 November 2010

From what I see, it’s been predictions, predictions, predictions. Since the early 90s. Dire predictions. The world is ending. And all the while — no real change.

I go to the beach every summer. I put my boat in the water many times every summer. No change. Nothing.

The water isn’t lapping at the doors of my parent’s condo. The boat ramps at Sandy Point State Park aren’t under water. It’s always going to happen, but it never happens.

And a genuine sea level expert says it’s all a lie.

See Rise of sea levels is ‘the greatest lie ever told’, and if you have the time, listen to the interview on this page — Sea Level Basics.

-- 2010-11-14  »  Greg Krehbiel

Talkback x 4

  1. John Krehbiel John K
    15 November 2010 @ 8:48 pm

    Really?

  2. John Krehbiel John K
    15 November 2010 @ 8:52 pm

    Or this.

  3. Greg Krehbiel Greg Krehbiel
    15 November 2010 @ 9:06 pm

    You need to listen to the audio on the link I provided. There’s a difference between thermal expansion of water in the open ocean and sea levels rising at landfall.

  4. kdeb kdeb
    15 November 2010 @ 11:15 pm

    John, am I missing something???

    Does it really say less than one millimeter per year?