While I’m Here …….. AVISO Still “Fixing” Data!!! Still Don’t Understand How To Mimic Semi-Sinusoidal Waves!!!!!

Laughable ‘tards! 

So, to catch people up with historic events. …….

Back in the day, we had 3 sea-level monitoring satellites in the sky, Envisat, Jason I, and Jason II.  Jason II was newish and didn’t have the historical measurements Envisat and Jason I did. 

At one time, Envisat had reported 6 1/2 years of declining sea-levels.  Jason I, meanwhile, started to record the decline, as well.  So, together, they both recorded declining sea-levels for 3 1/2 years.  Jason II was also recording declining sea-levels.  And, so, the lunatics killed Envisat and Jason I.  They simply died and quit reporting ….. after the Envisat data was adjusted so as to show rising sea-levels, as opposed to what it had shown for 6 1/2 years.  Then, miraculously, Jason I sprang back to life!!!  Only, Jason I was unrecognizable to the old Jason I.  Apparently, the lunatics felt they could fix “Jason I”, rather than have to bury it like they did Envisat. 

I mocked them at one point, because this is what they showed as Jason I measurements.

Idiots. 

Well, they’ve adjusted that circled part.  …….

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If you hurry, you can see the same graph here, at the official site.  Oddly, I can’t find the old numbers they used to use.  They took a page from NASA and simply write over the old numbers and pretend they never happened. 

Anyone who lends any credence to the satellite measurements of our sea-levels are either incredibly naive, willfully ignorant, or simply dishonest. 

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9 Responses to While I’m Here …….. AVISO Still “Fixing” Data!!! Still Don’t Understand How To Mimic Semi-Sinusoidal Waves!!!!!

  1. Latitude says:

    how do satellites fall out of orbit…and still show sea levels going down?………..LOL

  2. HankH says:

    What’s evident is after they fixed that saw tooth, sea level rise came back with a vengeance.

  3. Why does one graph begin at 11 and end at 14,
    and the other graph begin at 8 and end at 10.6?
    ans. So that the slope is the same?

  4. DirkH says:

    More and more I think these botched up “adjustments” are a “Look Here!” from an insider. There’s that IT guy , or PhD candidate, or temp, in the climate science complex that got the task of fixing the data, and he knows it’s not right and only done to keep the funding flowing – so he does the worst job possible.

    They could smooth it out easily. The ones that fix the data want to send a message – DON’T BELIEVE ANY OF THIS is the message.

  5. daveburton says:

    When you see something like this, please make it your habit to immediately archive it via the archive.org bookmarklet.

    I archived this one a few minutes ago; here’s the link:
    http://wayback.archive.org/web/20140725171934/http://www.aviso.altimetry.fr/fileadmin/images/data/Products/indic/msl/MSL_Serie_J1_Global_IB_RWT_GIA_NoAdjust.png

    I have the archive.org bookmarklet on my bookmarks toolbar, defined as:

    javascript:void(location.href='http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/'+location.href)

    For something really important, you should also archive it with webcitation.org, citebite.com, and/or archive.is (a/k/a archive.today).

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