L A Times supports mandated relocation of coastal properties based on climate alarmist flawed sea level rise claims

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The Los Angeles Times ran yet another scientifically unsupported climate alarmist sea level rise propaganda article supporting the position that government entities in the state need to mandate relocation of coastal properties away from the coast based upon speculation and conjecture derived from unvalidated and failed computer model outcomes of…

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Venice and Unenlightened Climate Fear-mongering

Guest post by Jim Steele, Venice is composed of a hundred linked islands and sits in the center of the shallow Venice Lagoon. Island elevations are low and easily flooded during storms. The Great Flood of 1966 was the worst on record. Since then, Venice has been working to avert the next inevitable flood. But…

Earth’s ‘Paunch’ Helps Sharpen Ice-Loss Estimates

From NASA Global Climate Change Feature | November 12, 2019 Image of Earth from the GOES-14 satellite. Credit: NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center, data from NOAA GOES By Pat Brennan, NASA’s Sea Level Change Portal Planet Earth is losing the battle of the bulge. Rotation makes it slightly fatter in the middle and flatter at the…

Sea Level Rise ‘Alarmist Agitprop’

Guest post by Rud Istvan Fabius Maximus alerted Charles the Moderator to a new alarming ‘agitprop’ paper in Nature Communications (here) concerning global warming induced sea level rise (SLR). Since I previously contributed to WUWT on SLR and its lack of acceleration, CtM asked if I would provide a guest post reviewing this new SLR…

Tarawa! And the War Against Sea Level Rise

Guest by metaphor mixing by David Middleton Right after geology & geophysics, my favorite hobby is military history, particularly that of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. The constant whining about Kiribati being washed away by carbon-fueled sea level rise inspired me to employ geology and military history in a combined offensive against the sea…

Public Radio: Things Ill-Considered

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen   Public Radio is the United States’ sort-of-analog of the United Kingdom’s BBC.  While there is a National Public Radio,  the various stations in the network are independently owned, usually by public bodies like universities — and subscribe to content from NPR and other content producers such as American Public…