NASA now confirms ocean levels have been falling for nearly two years.
On a NASA page intended to spread climate alarmism (https://climate.nasa.gov/vital-signs/sea-level/), NASA’s own data reveal that world-wide ocean levels have been falling for nearly two years, dropping from a variation of roughly 87.5mm to below 85mm.
This falsifies the false narrative or prediction of rising oceans by the climate alarmists.
Dear readers there is only one reason for climate alarmism; it is to trade in CO2 emission futures. California will lead the way in this nonsense with their Cap and Trade law regulating emissions. However, the only thing such nonsense regulation achieves is to make California businesses uncompetitive in a world market by raising costs and suppressing profits. Many companies in California will simply go out of business, as they should because of excessive government regulation for a phantom problem like climate change. What it amounts to is that Governor Moonbeam, aka Jerry Brown, believes he is better than the market in choosing winners and losers, and his goal is to electrify the state, particularly automobiles for the benefit of Democrat campaign donors like Elon Musk of Tesla. Electric cars may one day replace internal combustion vehicles, but only if they come down in cost. Even for average Californians, they simply do not make economic sense. This is another reason CO2 emissions, a required component of plant life, must be demonized to sell electrical vehicles. As the ocean level data of NASA shows CO2 emission is hardly the threat it is being made out to be by the climate alarmists–most likely schooled at Goldman Sachs. This is just an unbelievable scam worthy of any carnival barker selling snake oil. As for Mr. Musk, the Japanese automakers will buy an electrical vehicle, reverse engineer it and then develop a production plan to produce it more cheaply, and put Mr. Musk out of business. What counts in capitalism are production processes and the latest robotics and machine tools, to produce parts of the highest quality and durability at the lowest price. Why I would urge President Trump to introduce some sort of industrial plan in strategic industries like robotics and machine tools, and computer programmable machine tools. And pair it with a practical education program geared toward those who wish to enter the field out of high school. Indeed, students can learn in a practical manner the importance of mathematics, computer languages to production processes. America will be great again, when we are the workshop of the world again.