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16-03-2020 08:26
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I was wrong.The sea level has gone up 200mm in Fremantle according to the tide gauges but it is over 160 years so no wonder I could not pick it up in my lifetime.I am not going to pick up a few millimetres a year.While I was doing my research I came across some good stuff.The Satellite data has been modified and does not compare with the actual tide readings across the world


Satellites are useless for measuring sea level. They don't know their own altitude that well.


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16-03-2020 08:51
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I have a tide chart for French Guyana that demonstrates the sea level has fallen recently.Can we agree that as the poles move the sea levels vary.I will try to post it.Damn shame about the fudging the data from the Satellites now nothing NASA puts out can be believed[img][/img]
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16-03-2020 09:01
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16-03-2020 18:32
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duncan61 wrote:
I have a tide chart for French Guyana that demonstrates the sea level has fallen recently.Can we agree that as the poles move the sea levels vary.I will try to post it.Damn shame about the fudging the data from the Satellites now nothing NASA puts out can be believed[img][/img]


French Guyana isn't near a pole. Why would a magnetic pole affect sea level? Sea water isn't magnetic! You will also notice that the graph is sinusoidal. The center of that pattern hasn't changed.


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