Question: Because of the global warming effect, is it true that oceans are hotter than before and is the sea level rising?
Answer: Wrong. The seas are getting cooler. For more than five years, a network of 3175 automated bathythermographs has been deployed in the oceans by the Argo program, a collaboration between 50 agencies from 26 countries.
Warming believer Josh Willis, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, reluctantly concluded: "There has been a very slight cooling of the world's oceans." (NASA is not sponsored by Big Oil!)
Are The Seas Rising?
Wrong. According to most scientists who study sea levels, the seas have risen ever so slightly and slowly for the past 10,000 years.
But for the last five years, the seas haven't risen at all, according to the Jason-1 satellite mission monitored by the University of Colorado. (Big Oil does not contribute to the University of Colorado)
Professor Nils-Axel Moerner, one of the world's most famous experts on sea levels, has studied the Maldives in particular and Tuvalu, because these are places that warming believers have said should have already disappeared, and he concluded there has been no net rise there for the last 1250 years. (Professor Moerner is not sponsored by Big Oil or Big Coal or Big Gas)
Venice, another worry spot for Warmers, was also supposed to be under water by now, but is still above water with no signs of any water-level rising.
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