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Analysis: Satellite sea level data has been ‘adjusted’ upward by 34% over past 9 years alone (by 1 mm/yr, equivalent to an additional 4 inches per century)

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‘One has to wonder what all the excitement is about if for the last twenty years there has been no acceleration of the rate. Couple that with the fact that it’s rather easy to determine that there’s been a good deal of inflating the rate of sea level rise by those same CU Sea Level Research Group scientists.’

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