Breaking!!!! Huge Stationary Waves Threaten Asia!!!!!! Still Growing!!!!

So, I thought I’d check in on our satellite sea-level friends.  Water seems to be defying our physic laws, still.  Not only is the rogue water defiant of our laws, it also seems to now be threatening some parts of the world!!!  Just look at these menaces!!!!!


While the one by the Philippines is much larger in width, the one by Japan seems to be much higher, waiting, lurking, menacing Japan. 

For those not familiar, this is AVISO’s interpretation of our sea-level measurements, via satellite.  The color code is in millimeters per year.  In other words, the dark red, hanging out by Japan, is reportedly growing at a tune to about 12mm/yr.  And, this map represents about 22 years. 

For some reason, the evil ocean water has decided to accumulate there …. waiting, lurking, menacing …. for 22 years!!!!! 

This is the way evil water behaves!!!!  Sure, normal and nice water seeks a balanced level, but, no, not the evil ocean water!!!!  And, our satellites caught them red-handed!!!!  Bastage water!!!

source for the real sciency map.

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33 Responses to Breaking!!!! Huge Stationary Waves Threaten Asia!!!!!! Still Growing!!!!

  1. leftinflagstaff says:

    Personally, I love the new Physics. I’ve always wanted to fly.

  2. HankH says:

    I’m looking for partners for a startup venture where we’ll tow people to the top of that water mountain off the Japan coast using power boats and let them water ski (or surf) down to the bottom. We’ll make a fortune I tell you!!!

    It’s odd that the Japanese, being somewhat opportunists, didn’t come up with the idea first. Never mind, their loss, our gain.


  3. Latitude says:

    the Chinese are making a theme park out of it…..

  4. HankH says:

    This was fun to watch. CNN having their posterior (just trying to be polite) handed to them by the Israeli Ambassador:

  5. tom0mason says:

    It’s just a lump in the meniscus of the sea.
    I believe Mr Appell knows all about it. 🙂

  6. Where is Archie Meedes when you need him?

  7. Keitho says:

    The only possible reason for that map to be correct is if the gravitational field under those big rises is increasing. What could be causing such an effect is beyond me, and anyone else I suspect.

    Or we could just call BS on the whole stupid concept. I am going with BS.

    • Latitude says:

      Keith…you’re right…gravity is stronger over sea floor mountains and volcanoes
      It’s gravity holding that hump……
      It also pulls satellites down….which enhances the hump

      • Keitho says:

        Thanks Latitude, my thinking though is that the gravitation in those areas should be increasing to sustain a rising sea level there. If it wasn’t changing the relative sea levels would not change. My concern is over the rate of change and the only thing that could affect the rate of change in sea level would be a changing rate of the gravitational force.

        • cdquarles says:

          To change that locally, you only need to change the local density. Chemical and other changes to local fluid flows (thinking magma types here) would be sufficient but rather expensive to go check.

        • cdquarles says:

          Not to far from me is a spot known as Gravity Hill. The local minerals are denser than those found elsewhere in the area.

        • Keitho says:

          I accept that CD. But it can’t be changing fast enough to affect the rate of sea level rise per decade surely!

          The rate is the issue here, not the fact that the ocean surface is different because of gravitational effects. Obviously the underlying densities will have an influence on absolute sea levels but not the rate of change.

        • cdquarles says:

          The thing about chemistry is that you can be surprised how quickly things can go under the proper circumstances. There is so much that we don’t know in that area. I certainly don’t know that local chemistry is or isn’t changing things; but if there is volcanism in the area, I must consider the possibility and not be so quick to dismiss it until evidence has been gathered one way or another.

        • squid2112 says:

          Just two words … Flux Capacitor !!!

        • Keitho says:

          Hahahaha . . nice one Doc.

        • DirkH says:

          Keitho says:
          July 25, 2014 at 1:53 pm
          “The rate is the issue here,”

          The question is, how did they compute the rate. Did they take a non satellite fictitious past that they made up of whole cloth as starting point; or did they take 3 yeas of satellite measurements to get the rate? Or did they redefine rate to mean something entirely else?

        • Keitho says:

          Ah DirkH, those are the really deep questions that I hoped my initial question would lead to. To have varying rates of increase in sea level can only be caused by two things . .

          1. Rapidly changing gravitational forces in various places around the planet.

          2. The numbers were fiddled.

          Seeing as how we are in the murky waters of Climate Change ® where the warmista will change anything they can to advance their pathetic cause I will go with you and say it is 2. above. Mind you if it were 1. above I would reckon that we have something a lot more serious to worry about than some needle chatter on a temperature gauge or changes in the concentrations of a gas we can measure in all respects other than its effect on our climate.

        • DirkH says:

          “Mind you if it were 1. above I would reckon that we have something a lot more serious to worry about than some needle chatter on a temperature gauge or changes in the concentrations of a gas we can measure in all respects other than its effect on our climate.”

          Keitho, there is such a thing, the South Atlantic magnetic anomaly.

          It is just in an entirely different place of the globe. But it’s getting worse quickly, and it is inexplicable.

        • Keitho says:

          Wow! Thanks DirkH that certainly adds to what I know. Mind you the things I don’t know would fill a lot of very big hard drives.

          I suppose my problem is that engineering ( civil/mech/elec ) was my whole life and I came to this sort of science late. I was captured by climate change because it really didn’t make sense in the context of what I know about water and rainfall. As a consequence my exploration has been geared towards finding out more about AGW which has certainly provided a lot of entertainment and also philosophical moments of wonderment at the collective silliness of well intentioned people.

          That article on Van Allen belts has got me off down another rabbit hole of interest and wonder. Thanks again Dirk.

        • DirkH says:

          Re Van Allen Belts… The US managed to make an artificial one in the 50ies… during High Altitude nuclear testing…

          High altitude nuke explosions created a mini van allen belt of high energy
          electrons that destroyed a third of all LEO satellites

  8. philjourdan says:

    It looks more like the premature ending of the El Nino conditions.

  9. kim2ooo says:

    It looks more like my Brothers “Pull my finger moment”.

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