Steve Goddard Reveals Ocean Downhill Skiing Opportunity!!!!

So, I’m multi-tasking, reading some climate blogs and trying to write about our sea-levels, when I see this.

The New York Times Expects A Water Mountain To Form Off The East Coast

Posted on August 26, 2014by stevengoddard

You simply can’t make up the stupidity level on display at the New York Times

While levels worldwide are expected to rise an average of two to three feet by 2100, they could surge more than six feet along the Atlantic seaboard. The study named Boston, New York, and Norfolk, Va., as the three most vulnerable metropolitan areas.

Rising Seas –

They are expecting sea level to be four feet higher along the East Coast, than the rest of the world. It must be that new kind of water which mounds up at one end of the swimming pool.


Steve, of course they expect it, they believe the nonsense below. 



Super sciency source for map, here.


Yep, it’s surely happening just like that!!!  For 21 years, water has been building in a line, east of Japan, while it’s been sinking next to the line.  And, off the coast of Chile?  Well, apparently, some boats can even sail out of the valley of water!!!!  Oh, and what’s that off the New England coast???  An aquatic depression!!!  No doubt, this will cause a rise in the water closer to the Atlantic seaboard!!!!  So, what’s next?  See below!!!



Yes, the level of stupidity is dropping by fathoms!!! 

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7 Responses to Steve Goddard Reveals Ocean Downhill Skiing Opportunity!!!!

  1. philjourdan says:

    Downhill skiing? You flatlanders! I am looking for some awesome surfing. And I am high enough that the rise will not effect me, but the surfing sure will! 😉

  2. leftinflagstaff says:

    I don’t even put my water in bottles any more. It stands on it’s own in the fridge.

  3. tom0mason says:

    Is downhill ocean sking in the next Olympics?

  4. Where is ‘whathisname O’medes’ when you need him?

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Well the ancient Port of Alexandria is 5 metres underwater, so sea level must’ve risen. The ancient Port of Ephesus is 5 km inland, so sea level must have fallen. Ergo the whole Mediterranian has tilted so you can now sail downhill from Egypt to Turkey.

    My local council has their knickers in a twist about letting people build houses in case they disappear under water next week. The lots are 1 to 1.5 m above sea level, which would take 400 or 500 years to flood at the IPCC rate, let alone the actual tide gauge rate. Even if no one actually added fill or, heaven forbid, built a dike. If anyone has a vaccine for stupidity let me have some and I’ll slip it into their water.

  6. Jason Calley says:

    “My local council has their knickers in a twist about letting people build houses in case they disappear under water next week. ”

    government: definition: “A disease masquerading as its own cure.”

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