Hockey Schtick: Analysis finds satellite data has been continuously ‘adjusted’ to exaggerate sea level rise

The German Skeptical Science site has analyzed satellite sea level altimetry data using the WayBackMachine archive and finds that “adjustments” have been made continuously over the past 8 years “all in one direction, namely towards an increasing sea level rise.

It almost seems that in recent years the data has been “adjusted” to continue to keep the overall increase over the magical minimum of 3 millimeters per year.” The analysis notes 7 other publications have found global sea level rise from tide gauges to be significantly less, from 1.2 to 1.9 mm/yr, and mentions the Holgate 2007 paper which found sea level rise decelerated over the 20th century.

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3 responses to “Hockey Schtick: Analysis finds satellite data has been continuously ‘adjusted’ to exaggerate sea level rise

  1. It seems then that the satellite was launched
    and operated only to give credence to their
    made up numbers.

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