Rise of sea levels is ‘the greatest lie ever told’

I can most categorically and empirically tell you that, if anything, sea levels are dropping. I know that because when I lived on the beach of Fregene outside of Rome the sea was already then retreating by several centimeters yearly. We sold that house in 1980 but I still visit the area occasionally when I am in Rome and the sea is as far from what was my house as it has ever been. In fact, the sea has retreated so far from what was then known as “first line” houses (meaning they were ocean front houses) that another line of houses has been built in front of the original line. Global warming! HA!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/5067351/Rise-of-sea-levels-is-the-greatest-lie-ever-told.html

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2 Responses to “Rise of sea levels is ‘the greatest lie ever told’”

  1. guidoamm Says:

    Hello Jeremy, thanks for dropping in.
    I don’t intend to irritate you but in my family, we have used a water diviner and have dug a productive well. Did the person have prior knowledge of the presence of water? I suppose it is possible. Unlikely but possible.
    Be that as it may, my beef with the whole anthropogenic boondoggle is that we seem to be in a chicken and egg situation that is not being addressed. Is the increase in CO2 causing an increase in temperature or is it the other way around? In that regard, why did the IPCC never addressed issues such as the position of earth in space relative to the sun?
    I find the centrality of man peddled by the anthropogenic global warming crowd to be as arrogant as it is lacking and not much different than the Churches’ position during the Dark Ages that everything revolves around man.

  2. Jeremy Says:

    Tidal changes don’t affect everywhere equally. Just because sea levels are falling where you were don’t mean they’re falling everywhere. Try saying ‘ha’ to the people of the Maldives as they try to negotiate to buy a new homeland from the Sri Lankans.

    And the guy behind the book ‘the greatest lie ever told’ that Booker quotes here is also an expert in ‘magnetometry’ and claims he can find water through divining.

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