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Sea Levels Regularly Rise and Fall: “We’re all gonna drown” is just more Alarmist hysteria

“For those claiming that sea-level rise is accelerating … nope,” states @WEschenbach on Twitter.

The rate of sea level rise regularly accelerates and decelerates.

“We’re all gonna drown” is just more alarmist hysteria.

Below are three Global Sea Level Datasets: the Church & White, Jevrejeva, and Ray & Douglas.

Sea Level Datasets.


What the datasets reveals is that the global sea level fluctuates, wildly.

And after closer inspection, these wild fluctuations correlate perfectly with natural warming and cooling cycles:

Global Temperature Dataset.


Look again at the sharp sea-level rise during the 1930s through the early-40s. Note how this matches the observed rise in global temperature, and how the subsequent drop-off correlates neatly with the “global cooling scare”–you know, the one where eminent scientists, by 1970, were suggesting that we spread coal dust on the Arctic to slow its worrying ice expansion:


Note also that this drop-off in global temperatures –and decrease in ocean levels– coincides with rapidly increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide levels — an anti-correlation of epic proportions.

Another inconvenient truth here –and one the IPCC never informs the public of– is that the global average temperature prior to 1979 is largely just guesswork: there simply isn’t enough data available to give a fair representation, meaning the likes of NOAA and NASA can fill in these gaps with their “best guesses,” which in turn means government agencies get to paint whatever trend they see fit.

It has always been the case that depending on your chosen dataset you can get drastically different results.

One region of the planet that has had relatively reliable thermometer coverage over the past 100-or-so years is the United States, and when studying the raw, unadjusted temperatures in the U.S. –which actually reveal an overall cooling trend from 1900-to-today– we see that they match the three global sea level datasets shown above even more closely with the most recent peak (2000-2019) below the 1940 spike:

U.S. trending cooler since 1940-or-so.


And returning to the topic of CO2.

Levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide have varied tremendously throughout the ages, from as high as 7,000 ppm to as low as 150 ppm–and not so widely-known is that it’s only at those lower levels where life struggles.

Data from ice cores and marine sediments clearly reveal that there has been precisely no long-term correlation whatsoever between atmospheric CO2 concentrations and the temperature at the earth’s surface.


During the latter part of the Carboniferous, the Permian, and the first half of the Triassic period, 250-320 million years ago, carbon dioxide concentration was half what it is today, but the temperature was 10ºC higher. And then from the Cretaceous to the Eocene 35 to 100 million years ago, a high temperature went with declining carbon dioxide.

Very recently we have all just taken part in what is effectively the largest scientific experiment in human history: the shutdown of the global economy. We grounded airplanes, closed factories, and locked our gas-guzzlers in the garage. We did exactly what the alarmists have been crying-out for us to do, and we did it for the best part of a year! WE PUT INDUSTRY AND OUR MODERN WAY OF LIFE ON PAUSE and in the process slashed our daily emissions of carbon dioxide. And for what…? What was the impact…? Well, according to the world’s official CO2 measuring station –located on top of the Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano (no comment)– CO2 has continued on its merry-march upward to 420.42 ppm as of May 1, 2021 — 2.39 ppm than on May 1, 2020.

This rise in CO2 is continuing despite the lockdowns. And even more tellingly, despite levels now reaching 420 ppm, the global average temperature has plunged some 0.65C over the past 12-or-so months. According to the satellites, planet Earth was actually warmer back in 1980:


Climate change is NOT a new phenomenon.

The palaeo-climatic studies reveal that during the Pleistocene and Holocene periods several warm and cold periods occurred, which resulted in changes of sea level and in climatic processes like the rise and fall of global average temperature and precipitation. But the United Nation’s politicizing of global warming (via the media and summits) has made it difficult to take another look at the subject’s scientific and academic status. According to an IPCC report issued in 2007, global mean surface air temp has increased by 0.3C to 0.6C since the late 19th century which has resulted in the the melting of Earth’s glaciers and polar ice sheets. The report continues: global sea level has risen by 15 to 20 cm over the past 100 years, and if this trend continues then the seas will rise up to 50 to 80 cm by the end of 2100, and low land areas and islands –such as the Maldives– will submerge into sea water.

Keen to counter these extreme predictions, Professor Nelis Axil of Stockholm University, and president of International Organization of Sea level change and coastal evolution, conducted several studies on the beaches of Maldives: Axil concluded that during last 50 years there has no permanent rise of sea level in the area.

For more on the “Mickey-Mouse Mockery’ that is modern climate science, see:


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.


Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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4 Thoughts to “Sea Levels Regularly Rise and Fall: “We’re all gonna drown” is just more Alarmist hysteria”

  1. Remington Norman

    This is the most informative Post. Thank you. It should be required reading for all those – including the many who should know better. Unfortunately , they are too deep in the ‚faith‘ to have regard to facts and evidence

  2. John

    And land masses & continents move which causes rising and sinking land masses regardless of what’s going on with decreasing or increasing ice mass.
    “The path of the poles”, by Charles Hapgood is excellent in explaining this and more.

  3. Anonymous

    Regarding CO2-levels pre Mauna Loa;
    This papers raises questions about the variations before Mauna Loa.

    https://meteo.lcd.lu/papers/co2_background_klima2009.pdf

  4. xnightx

    “The report continues: global sea level has risen by 15 to 20 cm over the past 100 years, and if this trend continues then the seas will rise up to 50 to 80 meters by the end of 2100”
    °°°°°°°°°
    Meters or centimeters ?!

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