We’ve all seen this corruption of mathematics, the illogical conflation of different data sets from Colorado University.
I’ve written before about how this would be akin to me splicing together a temp series with various data sets such as GISS, HadCrut, UAH, and RSS. But, let’s play their game with them. Here we see a nice continuation of Topex/Poseidon which flows to Jason-1 and then to Jason II. And it shows a linear rate of 3.1mm/yr. Now, we note that they’ve omitted the Envisat data, which is strange, because they “fixed” the measurements right before they killed it.
Before, and after…..
But, no matter. I’m sure they’ll try to erase this in a bit.
Current whacked-out-nutjob-climate-theory holds that sea level rise will increase in its rate as we drive our SUVs to certain doom. Let’s examine if this theory holds to a little known scientific practice called “observation“. Now, I don’t typically remove the seasonal signals from the graphs that I choose, but CU says that they have, so I’ll do my best to compare “like to like”. Here’s Topex by itself with the seasonal signals removed. Now, CU’s Topex doesn’t entail the entire Topex data. They go from the start to 2002.
Now, Excel does a tricky thing in the trend line values. And, I haven’t figured out how to make it conform to what I want. But, we can easily see that the end values of the trend line (-12mm to 16mm) show ~ increase of 3.111111mm/yr. So this is consistent with the CU graph, but it isn’t consistent with the alarmist theory. Our sea level is suppose to be increasing. Let’s see what Jason I has to say. CU started recording Jason II at the start, 2008.540762 so that’s when we’ll end Jason I.
Uhmm, going form 103 to 118 = 15mm rise. The record is 7.5 years long. That’s only 2mm/yr rise. Jason II must really be rising! I don’t have to down load the data for the start and end points, because Jason II’s data is used in its entirety.
These dumbasses can’t even lie right. In the 3.5 years of recording Jason II shows 1.25mm/yr rise. Clearly, CU’s graphic is simply some conflation of made up fantasy.
Observation tells us that the theory has been falsified. Sea level rate of rise is decreasing, not increasing. And that’s only if you believe their manipulations. This is 20 years of observation! Now, apply this to the uproar that we’ve seen in North Carolina. It turns out the legislature in North Carolina is more scientific than the morons posing as scientists at Colorado University. This is hilarious, the collective politicians of North Carolina know more about sea level rise than the academics who are suppose to know something.