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South Florida Beach Emergency

 
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15256858


No part of florida is safe. I just moved from Orlando to a Northern State until I can get to my next destination.

Been having dreams my entire life about the sun and the destruction that destroys ALL of florida.

Orlando has other nefarious problems that I shall not get into, it will be the first place in florida to raise attention to what is actually happening. At least to those who understand...
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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


there was a thread about this a few days back...also happening up the east coast

the ocean is moving in, reclaiming land

they had said the east coast of the US would be hit the worst, as the ice of Greenland melts

but somehow "they" aren't saying a word to warn people or get them out of harms way...just kinda letting em figure it out for themselves

my Florida buddy who was retired navy, high level intelligence, was told several years ago to move from Florida (where he had happily retired) and the suggestion was the Ozarks region of Arkansas

He wasn't happy about it, but he moved...

guess he trusted the source

just sayin'
 Quoting: IssueX


I have heard several stories similar to this.. I also heard someone verify that there was a major influx near the Ozarks area of retired Navy for over the last 30 years.

The Gov knows what's going on, certain people have been tipped off and have left in anticipation of this since long ago.

I live in Fort Lauderdale, and let me say this. PEOPLE are SO STUPID. I mean, how can you NOT TELL that when there are no storms around and the tide keeps coming in and eating away the beach, then the concrete wall, then the sidewalk, etc. that something is not severely wrong?

They can "blame" Sandy all they want - it's utter bullshit. Storms have made direct hits on many beaches without causing permanent problems such as this. There is no way that Hurricane Sandy caused so much erosion that the area will never be the same.

I drove down A1A Sunday and was amazed. No beach at all for about 1/4 mile and the rest of the beach was shrinking drastically. This doesn't "just happen"..

Next, it will consume the road. Then the homes.. This is it folks, the early signs that unexplainable earth changes are now visible to our very eyes. No need for a telescope, a science degree, or shitloads of data. The ocean is beginning to consume the coast. And, BTW, this is happening from West Palm Beach all the way down to Miami. It's serious shit and the only explanation is that there is no explanation.

I find it VERY hard to believe that people aren't questioning this and that they are not scared. It's as clear as day to me. The pace is picking up rapidly. Yes, it is scary.
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I guess if this keeps up my house will beach front property eventually

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That's what I'm talking about! I live only 5 minutes walk from Hollywood Beach. Someday the beach will be right outside my back door. banana2
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Why did Sandy do so much damage? You've had bigger, badder hurricanes before.
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Use your head, 'tard.. Sandy didn't even hit Florida.. Major earth changes. The ocean floor is changing, water is being displaced.
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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 occurring 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.. Plus, it needs to be taken into consideration that the tides have a schedule. It's always on a schedule. Yes, sometimes the tides rise and drop in greater intensity due to moon cycles, storms, etc., but this is KNOWN and easily predicted.

The problem here is not "high tides". The problem is that the water level itself is rising. Whether it's displacement from sea floor events, sinking land, or melting ice, it IS happening. Believe it. I honestly believe that there will be NO BEACHES in Florida, very, very soon, unless this stops immediately.. The fact that this is happening with no known or no "typical" explanation tells me that it's not going to just stop.
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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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i wonder if i will see this in my lifetime?

[link to www.zetatalk.com]
 Quoting: thetrickybigguy


You know, I personally think ZetaTalk is BS but it's obvious that this was not their original content (written by them) and I am inclined to believe it.. The below statement seems almost exactly on par with what is happening right now:

"The increasingly violent wobble will bring high tides to Florida, almost without warning and so erratic that predictions will be impossible. Then there are the Last Weeks, where the tides will rush north and south during the severe wobble, 200-300 feet high. Florida will not survive the severe wobble, clearly, as the entire state is under water at a 200 foot level. Florida will then be pulled down 150 feet during rotation stoppage, a permanent loss of elevation. And in the Aftertime Florida will be merely a memory, being well under 825 feet of water where it formerly was at sea level. Since survival in south Florida is not possible, what are you waiting for? Move!"
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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


 Quoting: SeaPunk




Holy shit.
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WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE KEYS ! ! !
Why so quiet about the Keys ! ! !

Are they still there ! ! !
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Favorited.

This needs to be pinned, forever.
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The tectonic plates are moving, not the ocean? The ocean is just sloshing to the movement of the plates?
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Slow doom by our perception, quick doom by Mother Earth's? If the Navy map comes to fruition over the next 10, 50, or even 100 years, that might seem like a slow process to us, but it's practically instantaneous to a planet that is billions of years old. Interesting to think Cayce and others could have been right about the Earth changes and the "new" US map starting around the year 2000 or so. It just isn't happening overnight from our relative positions. It's interesting, to me anyway, to ponder what it might do to the country if the tides keep creeping up slowly rather than just one huge natural disaster inundating everything.
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28297369

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28549256


I posted this a couple of pages back, but worth keeping an eye on

National Geographic is a decent, non-alarmist source, and they're willing to admit they have no idea what is going on, and that 'global warming' may not be to blame...


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHC: Sea Levels Rising Fast on U.S. East Coast

Not clear whether human-caused global warming is to blame, experts say.


Published June 25, 2012

Sea level rise on the U.S. East Coast has accelerated much faster than in other parts of the world—roughly three to four times the global average, a new study says... "New York Seas to Rise Twice as Much as Rest of U.S."

...

Mysteries of East Coast Sea Level Rise


It's still something of a mystery why the U.S. East Coast is bearing the brunt of sea level rise.

...Maybe, the researchers say, fresh water from Greenland's melting ice is disrupting North Atlantic currents, slowing the Gulf Stream and causing East Coast sea levels to rise.

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]
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Damm Cern LHC strikes again, and also in great Britain,and san fransicko,west coast.
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Something has got to be up with the oceans. I live in a town on the Texas gulf coast and they have been having to shut down areas of the beach because of the tides being so high.

We haven't had any bad weather in quite some time so it not flooding due to rain or any other inclement weather.

Anyone else who lives on the coast having theses problems too?
"You can go to hell -- I'm going to Texas!" - Davy Crockett

You think Einstein walked around thinkin' everyone was a bunch of dumb shits? Now you know why he built that bomb
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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


I heard there was flooding after sandy but I thought that was just cause of the storm and would get better soon looks like all the beach is gone did you see the google map view on the video?

all that is now gone

business on that street will go broke with no tourist and the tourist come for the beaches
 Quoting: SeaPunk


i go for the bitches
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Beach erosion, how about sea level rise!
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Huh according to that map Central Florida will be underwater. Looks like wanting to move to mountains of Eastern Tennessee isn't such a bad idea
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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


there was a thread about this a few days back...also happening up the east coast

the ocean is moving in, reclaiming land

they had said the east coast of the US would be hit the worst, as the ice of Greenland melts

but somehow "they" aren't saying a word to warn people or get them out of harms way...just kinda letting em figure it out for themselves

my Florida buddy who was retired navy, high level intelligence, was told several years ago to move from Florida (where he had happily retired) and the suggestion was the Ozarks region of Arkansas

He wasn't happy about it, but he moved...

guess he trusted the source

just sayin'
 Quoting: IssueX


And the environmentalists are "tards" because there is NO climate change and the seas Are NOT rising. Right? Because the "envirotards" are working overtime with their secret agenda and with propaganda to destroy our economy, right?

Does that mean that the hundreds of new jobs created (living wage, with bennies) at a new solar panel production plant in western Maricopa county is a part of the envirotards secret plan to make the economy even worse there? No. There's work in those industries. Look behind the hype, pay attention to mother nature and go with her "flow", so to speak, and there's huge payoffs for a lot of hurting people AND the environment at the same time. Go against nature and see who wins.
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I think mother nature is taking her stuff back
 Quoting: Pat Kennedy


Now she's taking a bite out of the west coast...

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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


 Quoting: SeaPunk


THAT puts it into perspective! Worse than I had in my head, even after seeing the news clip.

That is devastation. Sheesh! Time to get the hell off the coasts...

How is this affecting Louisiana, I wonder???? Or is it?
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


can any of you read a map?this is the east coast of florida,louisiana is in the gulf and new orleans is below sea level,hence the walls around it.the whole continent is tilting.there are geologists that have placed gps beacons around the great lakes.the northern shores are rising and the southern shores are sinking.the great lakes themselves are less than 10,000 years old.i guess roasting all that wild game caused climate change.we are going thru a natural cycle of change.by the way the graet lakes are at a record low.florida was once under water and looks like it will be again.stop building on the beach i am sick of paying for it
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 Quoting: Kittywitch


That's really hard to believe, that's aweful.
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Beach erosion, how about sea level rise!
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Exactly, and it's along the WHOLE beach. THe beach was somewhat shorter there, so it got affected easier.. I went from 3 miles south and then up to another 3 miles north and I'm telling you guys, the beach is affected EVERYWHERE.

The news stories are bullshit and failing to mention this. In some areas, yes, the water is FAR from the roads still, however, the beach itself is at least 50 to 100 feet shorter..

Something is up. There has been no storms, no severely windy weather like they claim. People are so fucking ignorant, making excuses, talking about how to use "preventative planning" for when this happens in the future, etc..

What they AREN'T talking about is that it hasn't stopped! Tis isn't a matter of erosion simply decreasing the beach. It's clearly a matter of the water itself rising, moving farther inland and obviously, yes, decreasing the beach area naturally. I honestly think people are in for a big surprise if they think this can be dredged, or that sand can be added, etc..

The high water is here to stay in my opinion and it's only going to increase by the day.
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I think this is BS.

Here is the link to the live cam at Ft. Lauderdale beach. Beach is as pretty as you would ever see.

[link to www.sunny.org]
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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


there was a thread about this a few days back...also happening up the east coast

the ocean is moving in, reclaiming land

they had said the east coast of the US would be hit the worst, as the ice of Greenland melts

but somehow "they" aren't saying a word to warn people or get them out of harms way...just kinda letting em figure it out for themselves

 Quoting: IssueX


Plenty of people are talking about it, but here at GLP anyone who mentions climate change is a shill and a liar and a tool. People hear what they want, and believe comforting lies over the truth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22323395


Many disagree with man-made climate change schemes that promote the gubberment take-over and taxing of all energy resources. It's like getting Congress to help manage your personal budget. Google billionaire Al Gore for more info on climate-change scams.
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hose roads looked pretty shitty in the first place

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