NASA's press office oddly still links to the 2006 standard sea level study by Church & White as reference to their claim that "The rate in the last decade, however, is nearly double that of the last century." That study was updated in 2011 and this time the reviewers insisted that they include what they failed to show before, namely a simple plot of the average of world tide gauges. This plot shows utterly no deviation from the historical trend in our high CO₂ era, utterly falsifying the NASA claim. I extracted their bright yellow plot from the 2011 paper and included it in a single glance infographic (click to zoom!) that shows how NASA's web site also cuts that tide gauge data off in order to dishonestly claim that the higher sea level rise shown by their satellites somehow represents a sudden jump in trend though really it's just a boring systematic error since satellites measure absolute changes whereas tide gauges measure it relative to land and the land is also rising since glaciers no longer exists in a mile thick layer on that land so it rebounds:
If you trust a source that cuts data off for public presentation, then you are not just a dupe but a proud one who labels as "misinformation" the simple exposure of misinformation, thus allowing a myth to propagate itself as your rudeness traps you in an intellectual bubble since few critical thinkers will engage with an insult spewing fanatic.
Jim Hansen's colleague Gavin Schmitt who still helps run RealClimate.org during work hours above Tom's Diner two blocks from me has strong words about your use of the term "denier" that you can scoff at at will as you lose the public debate viewed by moderate voters by using it:
-=NikFromNYC=-, Ph.D. in carbon chemistry (Columbia/Harvard), formerly -=Xenon=- of the Macintosh Cryptography Project which was a 1994 port of the encryption program PGP to the Mac, former subscriber to the original Boing Boing print zine as a replacement for the defunct Whole Earth Catalog, with a design product that featured on this blog too.