Posted by: Grant | October 7, 2011

But Didn’t You Say….?

Remember how we had to build huge desalination plants because Global Warming was going to cause ongoing droughts? We even held onto the Brisbane floodwater to long so as not to waste it.

Well it seems that so much water has fallen on Australia and Brazil lately that global sea levels have fallen instead of risen.

Confusing innit?!!!

NASA – JPL
NASA Satellites Detect Pothole on Road to Higher Seas
August 23, 2011
An Update from NASA’s Sea Level Sentinels:
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.cfm?release=2011-262

” …”We’re heating up the planet, and in the end that means more sea level rise,” says (Josh) Willis. “But El Niño and La Niña always take us on a rainfall rollercoaster, and in years like this they give us sea-level whiplash.”

But Josh, you should know, you organise the data, that the satellite Argo Floats clearly show no increase in global sea temperature at all and the globe is 70% ocean. http://jonova.s3.amazonaws.com/graphs/ocean/argo-ocean-heat.gif

REAL SCIENCE BLOG
Time For A Hockey Team Timeout
Posted on October 6, 2011 by Steven Goddard
http://www.real-science.com/time-hockey-team-timeout

They need to discuss strategy. NASA says that sea level is falling due to too much rain. Hansen says that sea level is rising at a record rate and will drown Manhattan by 2008. Hadley says that we are headed for a permanent drought ( http://www.real-science.com/extreme-drought-in-texas ).  These clowns need a huddle to get their story straight, because they sound like a bunch of total buffoons right now.

Global warming is predicted to be the cause of a massive drought ( http://www.real-science.com/leading-hydrologist-james-hansen-blames-missouri-river-flood-on-co2 ) that will threaten the lives of millions and take over half the land surface on our planet in the next 100 years, according to Britain’s leading climatologists.

Extreme drought, which makes modern agriculture virtually impossible, is seen by a new study from the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction ( http://www.real-science.com/unprecedented-drought-plaguing-most-of-the-nation  ) and Research as possibly affecting about one-third of the planet in the next century. These predictions may actually be an underestimation, said the climate scientists who released the results of the study.

http://www.naturalnews.com/020649.html#ixzz1ZxqjESnb

Oh what a tangled web we weave. When first we practice to deceive.
– Sir Walter Scott

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