Posted 30 December 2012
This is the first of a two-part series in which Roger Andrews reviews the claim expected to be made by IPCC in its AR5 that global sea levels rose in the 20th century and will rise further in the 21st.
His findings: "What’s the conclusion? That there is no evidence to support the assumption that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are causing sea levels to rise. Zero, zip, zilch, nada. The science behind human-induced sea level rise isn’t just flawed, it’s nonexistent. And now it gets worse, because the science used to develop the 20th century sea level rise estimates is flawed too. Details in Part II." We will post Part II as soon as it becomes available.
Read Part I here