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Hmmmm. this post from Issue x above makes me lean more toward the pole shift situation, that as it heads left of center (north pole) its 'pulling' the Atlantic Ocean with it. Sea floor rise may be involved in other regions. Or the mid atlantic ridge rising could be pushing water to toward the East coast of US AND into UK and possibly Venice, Italy, also under water (but I don't know if that has receeded).
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I see your pole shift and I'll raise ya scaler weaponry!!!
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Hmmmm. this post from Issue x above makes me lean more toward the pole shift situation, that as it heads left of center (north pole) its 'pulling' the Atlantic Ocean with it. Sea floor rise may be involved in other regions. Or the mid atlantic ridge rising could be pushing water to toward the East coast of US AND into UK and possibly Venice, Italy, also under water (but I don't know if that has receeded).
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I see your pole shift and I'll raise ya scaler weaponry!!!
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and I'll raise you........a planet X, lol, had to go there
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Wake up everybody. There are only a few things that can cause this. Well ok three and none are good.

First your sinking. Thats not a stretch as Pakistan has sunk 10 feet since this time last year as recorded and documented by Nasa's Earth watch Satelite.

Second. The water is moving towards the poles. The poles attract water towards them and seeing how the poles have moved 40 degrees and are now in the Red Zone for a Pole Shift this could also be the cause of the water moving inland.

Third. The ocean levels. I don't think this is the cause. Jakarta has had a tide roll in that won't recede right now and is getting inundated by water.

Combodia and Veitnam Sinking along the coast. Same as other area's of the coast are experiencing this World Wide. Uk under water right now.

I'm just going to throw this one out there. Is there somthing wrong with the MOON. Is this the Planetary Alignment of December 3rd....? Giza Pyramid Conjunction.

Is this the instability all along the East Coast my Dad has been warning the people of Louisianna about in conjunction with the sinkhole. Get the hell off the Coast.

Somthing is coming very soon. Its going to be bad when it happens. I think the Pole Shift is Near. Very Near.
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popcorn
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Is A1A built on a sandy foundation there? Then it would be possible that the storm created a path for the sea to start eroding that sand, and the whole stretch (just 4 blocks) has now collapsed far enough that it's going under water.

More ambitiously, I have a fourth theory, well it's consistent with your third theory, but there's much more to it.

There is much more water. Not that the ice is melting (if it's floating ice that would not affect water levels anyway) but there is new water.

Expanding earth theory. More of all elements and compounds are made as the earth absorbs net solar energy and converts it to mass. But if the ocean depths stay about the same, you can work out that even as the volume of the earth expands, the surface area of land will decrease as the ocean area expands.
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put ice in a cup of water and say that iamwith
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Yeah do that.

Then to understand why, look up "Archimedes' Principle".
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Hmmmm. this post from Issue x above makes me lean more toward the pole shift situation, that as it heads left of center (north pole) its 'pulling' the Atlantic Ocean with it. Sea floor rise may be involved in other regions. Or the mid atlantic ridge rising could be pushing water to toward the East coast of US AND into UK and possibly Venice, Italy, also under water (but I don't know if that has receeded).
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pole shift song

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time for panic sex
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Hmmmm. this post from Issue x above makes me lean more toward the pole shift situation, that as it heads left of center (north pole) its 'pulling' the Atlantic Ocean with it. Sea floor rise may be involved in other regions. Or the mid atlantic ridge rising could be pushing water to toward the East coast of US AND into UK and possibly Venice, Italy, also under water (but I don't know if that has receeded).
 Quoting: Isis One


Nope, water hasn't receded in Venice

I first remember reading about the risng floods of Venice, said to be a result of it's old timbre foundations sinking into the lagoon, back in the 1960s National Geographics

but this is something unprecedented - tourists swimming in St Marks square:

Venice Flood - CRAZY TOURISTS SWIMMING


Published on Nov 12, 2012 by viralvisualstv



Published on Nov 11, 2012 by AlJazeeraEnglish

Venice submerged in near-record floods

The canals of Italy's famous city of Venice have been drenched by heavy rain, sending water levels soaring to near record highs.



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and the question no one wants to ask...

how do governments already on the brink, pay for all this repair?

Sandy costs may well near $100 Billion...

and assuming this is now a regular event, will simply one more "sandy" or other major storm bankrupt a major metro area?

and what to do with all the new homeless?


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U.K. flooding prompts now-standard question: How will we pay for this?

By Philip Bump

Last week’s E.U. report on anticipated effects of climate change made one point clearly: The United Kingdom can expect to see a lot more flooding. In case the Brits didn’t read the report, Mother Nature decided to make that point directly.

Businessweek reports that the estimated damage could top $800 million. According to the Daily Mail (so: grain of salt), homes in high-risk areas may no longer be considered insurable.
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.

I just read a news report last week that
Russian oligarchs were buying up high end
Miami properties.


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24 days.
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Hmmmm. this post from Issue x above makes me lean more toward the pole shift situation, that as it heads left of center (north pole) its 'pulling' the Atlantic Ocean with it. Sea floor rise may be involved in other regions. Or the mid atlantic ridge rising could be pushing water to toward the East coast of US AND into UK and possibly Venice, Italy, also under water (but I don't know if that has receeded).
 Quoting: Isis One


I see your pole shift and I'll raise ya scaler weaponry!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3064678


and I'll raise you........a planet X, lol, had to go there
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Magnetar. Look it up.
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Wake up everybody. There are only a few things that can cause this. Well ok three and none are good.

First your sinking. Thats not a stretch as Pakistan has sunk 10 feet since this time last year as recorded and documented by Nasa's Earth watch Satelite.

Second. The water is moving towards the poles. The poles attract water towards them and seeing how the poles have moved 40 degrees and are now in the Red Zone for a Pole Shift this could also be the cause of the water moving inland.

Third. The ocean levels. I don't think this is the cause. Jakarta has had a tide roll in that won't recede right now and is getting inundated by water.

Combodia and Veitnam Sinking along the coast. Same as other area's of the coast are experiencing this World Wide. Uk under water right now.

I'm just going to throw this one out there. Is there somthing wrong with the MOON. Is this the Planetary Alignment of December 3rd....? Giza Pyramid Conjunction.

Is this the instability all along the East Coast my Dad has been warning the people of Louisianna about in conjunction with the sinkhole. Get the hell off the Coast.

Somthing is coming very soon. Its going to be bad when it happens. I think the Pole Shift is Near. Very Near.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20025513


popcorn
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246336


Is A1A built on a sandy foundation there? Then it would be possible that the storm created a path for the sea to start eroding that sand, and the whole stretch (just 4 blocks) has now collapsed far enough that it's going under water.

More ambitiously, I have a fourth theory, well it's consistent with your third theory, but there's much more to it.

There is much more water. Not that the ice is melting (if it's floating ice that would not affect water levels anyway) but there is new water.

Expanding earth theory. More of all elements and compounds are made as the earth absorbs net solar energy and converts it to mass. But if the ocean depths stay about the same, you can work out that even as the volume of the earth expands, the surface area of land will decrease as the ocean area expands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28008747



put ice in a cup of water and say that iamwith
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First there was Pangaea, which broke into 7 land masses (that we know of)

What makes anyone think that the land masses are done breaking?
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popcorn
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Is A1A built on a sandy foundation there? Then it would be possible that the storm created a path for the sea to start eroding that sand, and the whole stretch (just 4 blocks) has now collapsed far enough that it's going under water.

More ambitiously, I have a fourth theory, well it's consistent with your third theory, but there's much more to it.

There is much more water. Not that the ice is melting (if it's floating ice that would not affect water levels anyway) but there is new water.

Expanding earth theory. More of all elements and compounds are made as the earth absorbs net solar energy and converts it to mass. But if the ocean depths stay about the same, you can work out that even as the volume of the earth expands, the surface area of land will decrease as the ocean area expands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28008747



put ice in a cup of water and say that iamwith
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11995984


First there was Pangaea, which broke into 7 land masses (that we know of)

What makes anyone think that the land masses are done breaking?
 Quoting: phd 10725698

the sun is heating up earth = earth expands. simple. logical.
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"New" water from minerals was found by the Kola Superdeep Borehole project.


"To scientists, one of the more fascinating findings to emerge from this well is that no transition from granite to basalt was found at the depth of about 7 km, where the velocity of seismic waves has a discontinuity. Instead the change in the seismic wave velocity is caused by a metamorphic transition in the granite rock. In addition, the rock at that depth had been thoroughly fractured and was saturated with water, which was surprising. This water, unlike surface water, must have come from deep-crust minerals and had been unable to reach the surface because of a layer of impermeable rock.[8]2"

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"New" water from minerals was found by the Kola Superdeep Borehole project.


"To scientists, one of the more fascinating findings to emerge from this well is that no transition from granite to basalt was found at the depth of about 7 km, where the velocity of seismic waves has a discontinuity. Instead the change in the seismic wave velocity is caused by a metamorphic transition in the granite rock. In addition, the rock at that depth had been thoroughly fractured and was saturated with water, which was surprising. This water, unlike surface water, must have come from deep-crust minerals and had been unable to reach the surface because of a layer of impermeable rock.[8]2"

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Possibly like abiotic oil?

Genesis 7:11

In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
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and the question no one wants to ask...

how do governments already on the brink, pay for all this repair?

Sandy costs may well near $100 Billion...

and assuming this is now a regular event, will simply one more "sandy" or other major storm bankrupt a major metro area?

and what to do with all the new homeless?


[link to grist.org]

U.K. flooding prompts now-standard question: How will we pay for this?

By Philip Bump

Last week’s E.U. report on anticipated effects of climate change made one point clearly: The United Kingdom can expect to see a lot more flooding. In case the Brits didn’t read the report, Mother Nature decided to make that point directly.

Businessweek reports that the estimated damage could top $800 million. According to the Daily Mail (so: grain of salt), homes in high-risk areas may no longer be considered insurable.

 Quoting: IssueX


Well, two things come to mind about the money, 1) it will break the middle class even further, or 2) and this is my favorite, the money will somehow 'magically' appear, ie., the bills just get paid thru 'emergency funds' b/c they need some way to feed some the trillions they illegally absconded with, back into their own stupid system.
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"New" water from minerals was found by the Kola Superdeep Borehole project.


"To scientists, one of the more fascinating findings to emerge from this well is that no transition from granite to basalt was found at the depth of about 7 km, where the velocity of seismic waves has a discontinuity. Instead the change in the seismic wave velocity is caused by a metamorphic transition in the granite rock. In addition, the rock at that depth had been thoroughly fractured and was saturated with water, which was surprising. This water, unlike surface water, must have come from deep-crust minerals and had been unable to reach the surface because of a layer of impermeable rock.[8]2"

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Very interesting, combine this with 'star water' that suspicious 0bserver loves to discuss and we have some possiblities for all this overflow.
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I mentioned it as an addendum on an earlier comment, I'm going with sea floor rising (due to expanding magma/expanding earth theory) If you follow any of the buoy data reporting here and there, they have posted huge anomalies that most certainly have to be equipment malfunction, or is it? There is controversy about buoys going 'offline' as well, mostly in the south east (Jakarta) area. The rising seafloor would certainly lead to coastline submersion as a counter force This florida video feels even more disturbing than other areas experiencing same thing, maybe cause its our backyard. The sea floor anomalies were occuring around the same time as Sandy if I'm not mistaken, so that could account for the "how Sandy did this' question.
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I agree with the expanding earth theory.
Still I am shocked watching it happen.
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I mentioned it as an addendum on an earlier comment, I'm going with sea floor rising (due to expanding magma/expanding earth theory) If you follow any of the buoy data reporting here and there, they have posted huge anomalies that most certainly have to be equipment malfunction, or is it? There is controversy about buoys going 'offline' as well, mostly in the south east (Jakarta) area. The rising seafloor would certainly lead to coastline submersion as a counter force This florida video feels even more disturbing than other areas experiencing same thing, maybe cause its our backyard. The sea floor anomalies were occuring around the same time as Sandy if I'm not mistaken, so that could account for the "how Sandy did this' question.
 Quoting: Isis One


I agree with the expanding earth theory.
Still I am shocked watching it happen.
 Quoting: Fast Forward


Me too. I also know how important it will be to try and stay out of fear mode, otherwise it will spread like a vicious virus and all our hard won gains to wake up will lead to some major regression.

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to give you an idea this is what it use to look like A1A Ft. Lauderdale

now all that beach and wall and most of the sidewalk missing


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Wow.... That's depressing. I remember a family holiday and we had a lot of fun on those beaches. It was beautiful. This video should be kept in the history database.
Thanks for sharing.... I doubt we'll ever see that ebach again.
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amateur video


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i'm sure nothing will happen in december 21 this year
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first I have heard of this.
is this a local thing, 1000ft, 1/4 mile, 1/2 mile, 1 mile?????
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I'm down in the keys and there's no difference. I live right on the water.

Certain parts of the coast must be sinking.
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We have been dealing with this since Sandy. The roads by the beaches are flooded and now they have to make A1A a one way street. Scary stuff.

[link to www.local10.com]
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how is that scary? OMG
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You're kidding, right????

This is a catastrophe if I ever did see one...
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who has died from this? lmao
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Most all of Florida is sea level with the highest part being around 10 foot above sea level somewhere near Orlando if memory serves me right.

The entire population of Florida is going to soon be very surprised that they have been floated out into the ocean.

The people will always deny this and stay til the bitter end or the drowning end.

I left Florida back in 1999 and will never return there.
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wink
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armature video


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Armature huh? :smlaugh:

Earth is ever changing and land masses ever moving.
In the grand scale of things....is anyone REALLY surprised?
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We have been dealing with this since Sandy. The roads by the beaches are flooded and now they have to make A1A a one way street. Scary stuff.

[link to www.local10.com]
 Quoting: Kittywitch


i live it ft laud and the article in the sun-sentinel said that it would probably be one lane each way and didn't say anything about a one way road.

sounds like maybe eventually there will be no road at all...

i have friends that have a place on 14st, which is right where this has happened.

never thought i would see anything like this in my lifetime and this location is north of sunrise blvd.

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Wake up everybody. There are only a few things that can cause this. Well ok three and none are good.

First your sinking. Thats not a stretch as Pakistan has sunk 10 feet since this time last year as recorded and documented by Nasa's Earth watch Satelite.

Second. The water is moving towards the poles. The poles attract water towards them and seeing how the poles have moved 40 degrees and are now in the Red Zone for a Pole Shift this could also be the cause of the water moving inland.

Third. The ocean levels. I don't think this is the cause. Jakarta has had a tide roll in that won't recede right now and is getting inundated by water.

Combodia and Veitnam Sinking along the coast. Same as other area's of the coast are experiencing this World Wide. Uk under water right now.

I'm just going to throw this one out there. Is there somthing wrong with the MOON. Is this the Planetary Alignment of December 3rd....? Giza Pyramid Conjunction.

Is this the instability all along the East Coast my Dad has been warning the people of Louisianna about in conjunction with the sinkhole. Get the hell off the Coast.

Somthing is coming very soon. Its going to be bad when it happens. I think the Pole Shift is Near. Very Near.
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Great critical thinking skills, guys!!!! Scary times we're living in.

Been preparing for it, but to actually see this stuff come to fruition is pretty freaky.
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We have been dealing with this since Sandy. The roads by the beaches are flooded and now they have to make A1A a one way street. Scary stuff.

[link to www.local10.com]
 Quoting: Kittywitch


how is that scary? OMG
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You're kidding, right????

This is a catastrophe if I ever did see one...
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


who has died from this? lmao
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20574169


Again, you're kidding, right?

Why does someone have to die for it to be catastrophic? People will lose their homes, their businesses...everything they've worked for...and if the land is sinking for whatever reason IS a catastrophe....this is going to cost a fortune and it's not just happening in Florida. This flooding is happening across the globe. It's unprecedented...something nobody actually expected to happen in their lifetime....
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i wonder if i will see this in my lifetime?

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