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for the SHEEPLE it's DEVASTATING .. but this may just be the beginning .. I live here and have been watching the beach disappear all year .. we shall see ..
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


Just so you know, that's about 1 mile South of the broken sidewalk area.

Additionally, the image shown on that webcam would normally include about another 50 feet of sand extending out - sand that is now underwater.

You are totally clueless about the situation but hey, nice try.
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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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This is the wrong map, fwiw.
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All climate change is not "man-made climate change," everything is a cycle of change.
Weather anomalies are everywhere, etc.
Honestly I always thought it lunacy to build close to a beach.
Out here they build in the riverbeds, it is all about the money.
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I'm on the water just south of Daytona Beach, several hours north of Fl Lauderdale. Everything is fine here. We had high high tides during the northeaster last week, but all back to normal now.
Aside from the small band of Forteans scattered around the world, nobody seems to notice all aspects of this phantasmagoria.(John A. Keel)
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for the SHEEPLE it's DEVASTATING .. but this may just be the beginning .. I live here and have been watching the beach disappear all year .. we shall see ..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7125161


Me too but it's been disappearing rapidly in the last 2 weeks alone. It's happening all up and down the S. Florida coast, however, since we have some of the most narrow beaches in Fort Lauderdale, it's becoming more apparent here first.. Give it 2 more weeks and I'll bet you A1A is totally gone in that area and I'll bet you the stretch of beach om A1A south of Sunrise Blvd. has practically no sand left by mid December.
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


Just so you know, that's about 1 mile South of the broken sidewalk area.

Additionally, the image shown on that webcam would normally include about another 50 feet of sand extending out - sand that is now underwater.

You are totally clueless about the situation but hey, nice try.
 Quoting: Slick Vick


OP's video is about when Sandy was pushing water in...not about what it looks like today.

Look at the live cam, its about the same exact condition as the before video posted by OP. Sure its not in the same exact spot, but if the ocean was up that far it would be next to the hotels in the live cam.
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


So the Great Florida SinkBeach doesn't exist?
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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'm glad you threw all this into the big picture because it is definetely part of the over all big picture. Things are getting very serious right now. I think anytime in December we are going to go through a big event. Everywhere.

You cannot have all this going on at the same time and sit there and think thats everything is ok. Its far from ok. The whole East Coast has started to destabilize just like all the other places in the world. An Island just disappeared. The Indo Plate Snapped in half. Pakisatn has sunk 10 feet " Proven "

People this is Serious. Move away from Danger and don't wait much longer. December is going to be a bad month all month long. Its not going towait till the 21st. Look around. Its already begun for some on this planet already.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20025513


More FYI:

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.

Calling the heavily populated region a sea level rise hot spot, researchers warn that cities such as Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore could face a more flood-prone future.



"New York Seas to Rise Twice as Much as Rest of U.S."


For residents of New York and cities up and down the eastern seaboard, those numbers should become a lot more than ink on paper.

"The first thing people will see from this is an increase over the next few decades in the low-level coastal flooding that occurs now with wintertime storms," Howd said.

"Eventually you'll see coastal flooding events three to four times a year instead of once every three to four years."

But it's not just cities that are expected to suffer.

"The northeast coast of the U.S. is flat," said climate modeler Jianjun Yin at the University of Arizona, who did not participate in this research. "Even gradual sea level rise could cause rapid retreat of shoreline and significant loss of wetland habitats."

...

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]
 Quoting: IssueX

uh not that much of a mystery ,hint,in which direction does the earth spin?now you know.model it you will see
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do we know for sure that it is just not natural beach erosion? I mean if the local gov dumps tons of sand there to create artificial tourist area beaches and a storm washes all the sand away, it makes sense that the water would be closer to the shore.

I am very wary of people saying global warming! see! now fork over more money so we can fix the problem! How the hell do you fix the planet? That is so arrogant. IF there is global warming, we cannot know if it is natural or manmade.

If you environmentalists really want to fix the problem, don't tie the fix to a carbon tax and endless government growth
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11/28/2012 12:23 PM
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[link to www.a1aweather.com]

here's another live cam....ocean is exactly where it should be.

its not up against the road.

somebody post a live pic or webcam of the area shown in the disaster Sandy video!
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11/28/2012 12:25 PM
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


Just so you know, that's about 1 mile South of the broken sidewalk area.

Additionally, the image shown on that webcam would normally include about another 50 feet of sand extending out - sand that is now underwater.

You are totally clueless about the situation but hey, nice try.
 Quoting: Slick Vick


OP's video is about when Sandy was pushing water in...not about what it looks like today.

Look at the live cam, its about the same exact condition as the before video posted by OP. Sure its not in the same exact spot, but if the ocean was up that far it would be next to the hotels in the live cam.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


I go there every week, at least once to have drinks and chill, swim, etc.. Trust me, it's NOT in the same condition. The concrete wall used to be a few foot dropoff onto the side where the sand is, now they've piled sand within inches of the top of the wall. Also, yes, the beach is MUCH shorter right now. The video and the webcam are not comparable because the beach itself is (naturally) twice as wide where the webcam is as compared to where the wall has collapsed.

The beach itself, has decreased, EVERYWHERE. Trust me.
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11/28/2012 12:27 PM
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change in earth wobble will cause the ocean to bulge closer to the equator. What about other coastal areas?

I remember seeing the flood pics from Italy?????
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[link to www.a1aweather.com]

here's another live cam....ocean is exactly where it should be.

its not up against the road.

somebody post a live pic or webcam of the area shown in the disaster Sandy video!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376


Damn dude, you are a fucking retard. This second webcam ALSO shows a beach with about 50 feet LESSSSSS sand (less beach) than normal.. I live here, I frequent the beaches regularly, I swim regularly, I KNOW..

DO you live here????????? No.. SO STFU.
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11/28/2012 12:28 PM
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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
 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

all of south florida is an old reef covered in sand and most of it is drained swamp land barely above sea level,god is giving it back to the birds fish and gators.from lake okeechobee south was pretty much water til they drained it .look it up.
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If you own any property in any coastal city, sell it quickly.
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i wonder if i will see this in my lifetime?

[link to www.zetatalk.com]
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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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Yet another warning to Floridians & all east coasters...2013 brings the great sunami...
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change in earth wobble will cause the ocean to bulge closer to the equator. What about other coastal areas?

I remember seeing the flood pics from Italy?????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25148952


Ding Ding the winner is in!!!

Just kiddin but its a fact there is a massive bulge of water at the equator, Its held there by gravity. If it ever levels out we,ll all be under water.
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Shit...when I used to cruise the strip many many moons ago that beach was 500 ft from the wall easy...but the strip has been in a decline since then...guess they stopped bringing sand in long ago....shame...the "Elbo room" used to be an awesome place to hang out...troll back and forth through the strip a few times in my 69 Catalina Convertable with the top down along with my hound bro...see what we'd catch...lol...
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24061376

That's just a small section. Some of it isn't there anymore.
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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 love this quote from this story:

"I don't know what they are going to do about it, but it's gotten worse every day since Sandy," said Andrea Williams.

I don't know who "they" is but I'm pretty sure "they" can do nothing if the ocean is swelling of the level is rising. People are fucking oblivious.
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why do you think the ocean is swelling?
i would think the shore is sinking. esspecially with all the sink holes lately.
there are now lots of empty spaces underground. they collapse and everything evens out. downwards
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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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Around 220 ft above sea level in the panhandle, but that's still not high enough.
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do we know for sure that it is just not natural beach erosion? I mean if the local gov dumps tons of sand there to create artificial tourist area beaches and a storm washes all the sand away, it makes sense that the water would be closer to the shore.

I am very wary of people saying global warming! see! now fork over more money so we can fix the problem! How the hell do you fix the planet? That is so arrogant. IF there is global warming, we cannot know if it is natural or manmade.

If you environmentalists really want to fix the problem, don't tie the fix to a carbon tax and endless government growth
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 968649


I don't believe it's man made global warming

I do suspect something else is happening, either solar activity, increase in underwater volcanic activity, shifting plates, even minor shifts in magnetic poles or all of the above

these things are cyclical and we just happen to be at the start of one of those cycles

however, I'm certain our corrupt governments will seize all of this as a reason to cry "greenhouse gases"and ram through punitive carbon taxes

but they can tax us into penury, but they will not stop what is happening

jmho
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I remember reading about a giant bubble/bulge of water at the north pole, at the begining of the year. Perhaps it is slowly draining into the rest of the oceans?

I actually think it's a combo of many factors, but this could be one of them?

I found a link: [link to why.knovel.com]

Maybe it's not enough to have the total effect, but it might be part of what's going on?

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"However, researchers conjecture that the effect could be increasing of late because the traditional solid ice floes of the Arctic have begun to melt away in places as the globe continues to warm. As ice becomes freer to move around, more energy is transferred to it and the water underneath, speeding up the rotation of the gyre and increasing the collection of fresh water.

This collection of fresh water poses little danger in itself, but researchers are concerned about the potential implications if the situation changes. The gyre relies upon the prevailing winds, so any change in those currents could just as easily disperse the water that has collected."


"In particular, researchers are concerned about the possibility of large amounts of fresh water from the gyre crossing the Arctic and exiting into the Northern Atlantic Ocean."


Here is a good link to BBC describing the anomoly:
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

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What does the person who made this map propose is going to happen to the Colorado Plateau? A lot of what is "submerged" in the West is currently over 5,000 above sea level.
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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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Think middle georgia will be ocean front property?

Maybe I did make a good investment.
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