NOAA Climate Criminals Can’t Cover Their Tracks Fast Enough

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NOAA’s climate criminals claim sea level is rising almost twice as fast as their sea level people do.


NOAA’s climate people claim that sea level is rising 3.2 mm/year. Their sea level people say it is just over half that.


the absolute global sea level rise is believed to be 1.7-1.8 millimeters/year.

Sea Level Trends – Global Regional Trends

As I reported earlier, NOAA made the sea level page above disappear yesterday. But it won’t do them any good, because it is on the web archive and because anyone can look at their actual sea level data.

NOAA has 240 tide gauges globally, and 86% of them show less sea level rise than the claimed average of 3.2 mm/year. The average of all of the NOAA tide gauges is 1.14 mm/year, just over one third of the NOAA climate claims.


Make no mistake about it, NOAA’s climate people are…

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Ministry Of Truth Hard At Work At NOAA

Another smoking gun of climate fraud perpetrated by NOAA government funded environmental-activist ‘scientists’.

Nice to know your ‘unfunded’ work is being closely followed by NOAA, though not to improve their work, rather to find out what information compromises their global warming agenda and therefore what they need to hide from the public.

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Yesterday I posted this very inconvenient truth from the NOAA web site.


the absolute global sea level rise is believed to be 1.7-1.8 millimeters/year.

Sea Level Trends – Global Regional Trends

And today it is gone.


NOAA reorganized the web site today and removed this proof of their “3.2 mm/year” fraud.

I anticipated they would do this and archived the page in numerous places. You can still see it here on the web archive.

Sea Level Trends – Global Regional Trends

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Obama rejects Keystone XL

Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, against the will of the people, proves his legacy is to panda to a small number of radical environmental activist groups, thus damaging America’s economy and denying thousands of well paid jobs.

Not to mention denying American energy independence, having to continue importing oil from Middle eastern countries.
Interestingly, America has built the equivalent of 10 Keystone pipelines since 2010 — and nobody said anything.

Watts Up With That?


Craig Rucker of CFACT writes:

After years of deliberate delays President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline today. This is a victory for radical environmentalists and those who wish America ill.

It is a punch in the face to everyone else. Keystone XL is a clean, safe way to transport Canadian oil to American refineries and markets.
It would bring jobs along with abundant, affordable energy. Stopping the pipeline has no meaningful benefits for the environment and will create no meaningful change to global temperature. House Speaker Paul Ryan had this to say:

“This decision isn’t surprising, but it is sickening,” the Wisconsin Republican said. “By rejecting this pipeline, the president is rejecting tens of thousands of good-paying jobs.”

“He is rejecting our largest trading partner and energy supplier. He is rejecting the will of the American people and a bipartisan majority of the Congress,” he added. “If the president wants to spend…

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