Oops! Sea Levels Dropping Everywhere, According to NASA

So, Al Gore is a liar?! Say it ain't so!

Well, it appears as though the sky isn’t falling after all, but sea levels are. 

Despite the claims of global warming alarmists that sea level rise will put major coastal cities under water in a few short years, NASA has confirmed, and quite accidentally, that sea levels are actually falling around the globe.

There is a chart posted at NASA’s Global Climate Change page in it’s “Vital Signs” section on sea level:

When comparing 2016 to 2017, there is a drop. Here it is zoomed:

Now THAT’s an inconvenient truth!

Oddly enough, or not, NASA provides no explanation on its page about what is happening, only allowing for information about “sea level rise… from melting ice sheets and glaciers and the expansion of sea water as it warms.” But if that’s true, where is all the water going?

According to Robert Felix at Ice Age Now, the water is actually “being locked up on land as snow and ice.” You don’t say? In fact, Greenland just recorded its largest accumulation of snow and ice ever, surpassing even last year’s growth. None of this is mentioned in NASA’s findings. They’ll just keep on sounding the alarm that the ice caps are melting and we’ll all be swimming with the fishes in no time.