These Facts Are Dark And Creepy… (16 PICS)

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Michelle 6 month s ago
#13 is not true.
       
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Onicyphorous 6 month s ago
Michelle, Correct - the gaslighting of an entire generation continues.....
       
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Dosia 6 month s ago
Onicyphorous,

you seem to totally missunderstand both gaslighting and the sea level.
       
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Nathan 6 month s ago
Michelle,

Half of that rise has been since 1993. It’s about 3mm per year: 2mm from ice loss, and 1mm from heat expansion of the water.

The data and measurements are all public of course, so if you disagree, we’d all be interested in your data.

I’ve personally seen the dramatic retreat of ice in the arctic. I’ve only been to the Antarctic once, so I rely on the public data such as ICESat-2 for that.
       
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Agatha 6 month s ago
#4 Michelle, and number 4 is and number 13 proves it
       
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Agatha 6 month s ago
Missy and Dosia i live about 4 miles from the ocean and there is a stretch of land that is about 3 to 5 feet above sea level, they've been building condow's on it for the last 40 years and are still putting up new ones.

i remember going there as a kid and the only time the road gets flooded is when a storm hits it and the road is dry by the next day, on the other side of this strip of land which is one 50 t0 80 yards wide there is a marsh and another road that is lower than the one that runs along the ocean and tthat road is about 15 feet below sea level and it goes inland about 3 miles and the water has never risen to the point of submerging the marsh grass or any of the roads within those 3 miles.

you can check tit out for yourself just google Revere Beach Blvd, Revere beach, Revere Massachusetts, and look at the google map satellite image

why aren't all those houses under water? because the ones down the end and on Point of Pines have been there for over 100 years
       
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Mathew 6 month s ago
24.5 mm = 1 inch
       
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Laffie 6 month s ago
Mathew,

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Katy 6 month s ago
Sea levels are predicted to rise on average at least 4 inches per DECADE in the future. So in the next 100 years our global sea level will be more than 3.5 feet higher. Bye-bye coastlines.
       
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Mc 6 month s ago
Katy,

dash
       
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Margery 6 month s ago
#13 [irony] ... yet Vanuatu lost its court case. [/irony]
       
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Ced 6 month s ago
Margery, What they need to worry about, according to Hank Johnson, member of the U.S. House of Representatives, is overcrowding. It could cause islands to start tipping over. There are some real idiots out there!

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Horace 6 month s ago
It is not so much rising sea levels that are cause for concern, but all the man made alterations to the land and coast that have and are currently causing coastal erosion due to changing tidal patterns. This also disrupts the ecological conditions for coastal wildlife.
       
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