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Climate Change Scientists Fake Sea Level Rising To 'Dupe The Public'

Sea level data has been manipulated by government

By: Daniel Newton  |@NeonNettle
 on 14th December 2017 @ 10.56am
climate change scientists caught manipulating crucial data on climate chnage © press
Climate change scientists caught manipulating crucial data on climate chnage

Climate Change scientists have been caught red-handed manipulating crucial data to 'dupe the public' into thinking that the sea levels are rising.  

Journalist, James Delingpole revealed the raw data from three Indian oceans - Aden, Karachi, and Mumbai - all of which demonstrated that the trend in sea levels have remained the same for over 140 years.

The data was then 'gathered' and 'adjusted' by the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (or PSMSL) before being presented as showing there was actually a sharp rise in ocean levels.

The discrepancy was late called out by two Australian scientists, Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier.

the discrepancy was late called out by two australian scientists  dr  albert parker and dr  clifford ollier © press
The discrepancy was late called out by two Australian scientists, Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier.

According to The gateway pundit: The authors expose how PSMSL data-adjusters make it appear that stable sea levels can be rendered to look like they are nonetheless rising at an accelerated pace.

The data-adjusters take misaligned and incomplete sea level data from tide gauges that show no sea level rise (or even a falling trend). Then, they subjectively and arbitrarily cobble them together, or realign them. In each case assessed, PSMSL data-adjusters lower the earlier misaligned rates and raise the more recent measurements. By doing so, they concoct a new linearly-rising trend.

Delingpole also includes a chart from Parker and Ollier’s paper concerning the faulty PSMSL data:

Plainly, the adjusted data (chart b) shows a more drastic increase then the raw data (chart a). As Ollier and Parker conclude in their paper:

The reconstructed tide gauge records of Aden, Mumbai and Karachi are perfectly consistent with multiple lines of evidence from other key sites of the Indian Ocean including Qatar, Maldives, Bangladesh and Visakhapatnam. The sea levels have been stable since the start of the twentieth century in Aden similar to Karachi and Mumbai.

PSMSL dishonestly adjusted the raw data to fit with the narrative that climate change is a real threat and happening now. PSMSL’s conclusions are not backed by scientific evidence or actual data – only the willingness to deceive and manipulate raw data to fit their failing leftist ideologies.

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