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Old 11-28-2012, 05:05 PM
 
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Looks like fin's little sea rise picture is nothing but beach erosion. This is how the global warmers spread their propoganda to try and scare folks into the doomsday scenario's they like to play in order to get us all to pay em off for breathing. Pathetic.

Fort Lauderdale Beach Erosion Raises Tourism Concerns | NBC 6 South Florida
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:05 PM
 
Location: Florida
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You throw out a picture of a road where the separators are knocked down as evidence? Hell Bush probably blew em up to flood Ft. Lauderdale like he did in Nu Oleens for all we know. Somebody could have fell asleep behind his semi and plowed into em. No to you this is evidence the seas are a rising and we are all doomed. Gimme a break.
The concrete separators were placed there this week to replace the wall which has been completely devaured by the ocean. Hurricane Sandy and hightides are part of the reason, but the problem is still continuing, while Sandy is long gone. It's just that the high tides are coming in higer than ever before.

Say what you will, and believe what you want. I am not here to force you believe anything you have chosen to deny.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:06 PM
 
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The idea that sea level is exactly the same everywhere in the world is a fallacy. Go read the article I linked to.

"Many people mistakenly think that the rate of sea level rise is the same everywhere as glaciers and ice caps melt, increasing the volume of ocean water, but other effects can be as large or larger than the so-called 'eustatic' rise," said USGS Director Marcia McNutt. "As demonstrated in this study, regional oceanographic contributions must be taken into account in planning for what happens to coastal property."

USGS Release: Sea Level Rise Accelerating in U.S. Atlantic Coast (6/24/2012 1:00:00 PM)

What about the plug at the bottom of the ocean? They found the keycode for that yet?
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:08 PM
 
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The concrete separators were placed there this week to replace the wall which has been completely devaured by the ocean.

Say what you will, and believe what you want. I am not here to force you believe anything you have chosen to deny.
I don't believe anything you say after reading the article I did. Said nothing about sea rise just about beach erosion. You have been caught in your twisted game.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:09 PM
 
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Sea Level changes at the Battery in New York:




The coastal vulnerability index from the United States Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey:
red indicates areas of high vulnerability to rising sea levels.


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Old 11-28-2012, 05:13 PM
 
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So the whole coast is basically vulnerable to sea rise? Hell I could a told you that and saved the USGS all the trouble and surveys.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:13 PM
 
Location: 15 months till retirement and I can leave the hell hole of New Yakistan
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the sea level hasnt changed much in the last 150 years
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:14 PM
 
Location: One of the 13 original colonies.
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Along portions? Must be you still got some dry rice krispies in that bowl as i defy you to prove the seal level can vary anywhere in the world to include either end of your bath tub...


If this is the type of education my taxes pay for i want a refund! Your post is a pipe dream!

However it does qualify you to work for the EPA !



I was about to post the same thing. LOL. How can the sea rise from Cape Hatteras to Boston and not everywhere else. I want some of what they are smoking.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:18 PM
 
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The idea that sea level is exactly the same everywhere in the world is a fallacy. Go read the article I linked to.

"Many people mistakenly think that the rate of sea level rise is the same everywhere as glaciers and ice caps melt, increasing the volume of ocean water, but other effects can be as large or larger than the so-called 'eustatic' rise," said USGS Director Marcia McNutt. "As demonstrated in this study, regional oceanographic contributions must be taken into account in planning for what happens to coastal property."

USGS Release: Sea Level Rise Accelerating in U.S. Atlantic Coast (6/24/2012 1:00:00 PM)
That guy must be one of the EPA idiots I mentioned... The EPA thinks nothing of the laws of physics. The EPA thinks they can change any and all of those rules at will.....

I think we are at the end of a warmer mild period and things will get colder and the left will be crying and pleading about the next new Little Ice Age sooner than not.....

Maybe is less trash was dumped in the sea on a global level things would get better........

Nature moves tons of sand and rock into the sea DISPLACING water every year the globe over....

For better than 200 miles to sea off the Amazon you can see SA silt in the water still......

A little ice isn't that big of a deal and ice on salt water is less of a big deal.

The fact weather stations were hand selected to weed out the cold area to 'prove' weather was warming is typical of the feds.. Mt Washington NH was one that was weeded out...

These past 6 years Fall has come earlier not later and Spring has come later (Except for last year)

1 years can't even count..... 10 maybe but the weather service has only been around since the mid 1800's and so that doesn't really count either.

I find it hilarious people will believe a wives tale that sea level can vary...

Oh! I heard later to night in fact a blue cow will jump the moon........ 1:53 AM EST
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:18 PM
 
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Also this truly scary map of post-SandyOcean Bay Park, Fire Island, New York. Extensive erosion occurred here, removing sand from a 50-m wide swath of the beach and dunes --- the part in orange.




Take a look at the future:




"Oblique aerial photographs of Neponsit, New York. The view is looking northwest across Rockaway Peninsula, adjacent to New York Harbor. Sand was washed from the beach into the streets, and towards the bayside of the island, and several rows of ocean-facing houses were destroyed or damaged. The yellow arrow in each image points to the same feature. "

Pre- and Post-Storm Photo Comparisons - Hurricane Sandy - Coastal Change Hazards: Hurricanes and Extreme Storms
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