More Anti-Science Hysterics From The New York Times

Written by Tony Heller

The New York Times says that Georgia and Florida are flooding, and it is caused by “global warming created by human emissions”

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Flooding of Coast, Caused by Global Warming, Has Already Begun – The New York Times

The two closest active tide gauges to those locations show that sea level is rising at exactly the same rate is was a century ago. There is not the slightest indication that humans have had any impact on sea level.

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Sea Level Trends – State Selection

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Sea Level Trends – State Selection

NASA says that Antarctica is gaining ice, meaning that Antarctic ice is reducing sea level.

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NASA Study: Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses | NASA

The beach at Fort Lauderdale looks exactly the same as it did 55 years ago.

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‘Where the Boys Are’ Disproves Rising Seas Scare

So basically the New York Times made up some BS, did no research, used no scientific method, drew irrational baseless conclusions and blamed it on humans because it suits their political agenda.

 

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