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Born and raised in Miami and a few things come to mind.

Ive never seen that much intensity in the waves. I spent my childhood always wondering why our beaches were so calm as compared to what I would see on other coasts.

2. All throughout elementary school we would take a field trip every year to the museum and literally get told as kids that by the time we were older our state would be under water. There was a "cool" display of the state and you would move a lever over to the right, and as it slid - the water level would rise and cover the state until almost Georgia. That was a common theme in all of my schools every year. "Florida is at sea level and it will get covered, etc"

So 7 years ago I started going through crazy anxieties and out of no where up and moved North because I wouldn't stop hearing warnings from people about this. My family won't listen, my friends won't listen, and here I am watching them sink.

I live in the mountains now and have been joking for years that I'm making the new Miami up here because it will be beach front property one day. I don't know what else to think about all this, except that I never imagined I'd be watching a video like these with the coast.
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Leon is getting larger.
in warm pursuit...
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I guess if this keeps up my house will beach front property eventually

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I know eh ? Im about a mile inland from the indian river 2 hrs north . This will do wonders for our property value.
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Damm Cern LHC strikes again, and also in great Britain,and san fransicko,west coast.
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Thread: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?

Is the coastal flooding happening sooner than they say?

What Could Disappear - Maps show coastal and low-lying areas that would be permanently flooded, without engineered protection, in three levels of higher seas. Percentages are the portion of dry, habitable land within the city limits of places listed that would be permanently submerged.

[link to www.nytimes.com]
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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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Hey, asstard, I can read a map. :-) I'm just thinking if this is happening on the coast of Florida AND other places, that there may be a high probability of it happening on other coasts around the world...If the water is rising, maybe it'll rise everywhere....a thought that has nothing to do with the ability to read a map. Have a lovely day.
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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


I think they are only called "shills" as it refers to man made al gore stuff. I dont think anyone would argue, that there are changes afoot....question is the cause
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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.
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Add how New York was flooded (record floods) and large sections of New Jersey are sealed from the public due to "Sandies Aftermath".

This might be across the entire east coast!
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Also, west coast is having high seas as well due to a storm........could be another BS story to cover up ocean rise.
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Oh stop fuckin moaning, you yanks piss me right off, fucking driving your big 4 x 4s consuming the worlds resources like you're the only country on the planet then moaning because nature fights back.


So what you lost a fuckin beach drive down to the next one better still cycle and you might not get paid back next time the weather decides it's taking no more of your yankee doodle shit.
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Oh stop fuckin moaning, you yanks piss me right off, fucking driving your big 4 x 4s consuming the worlds resources like you're the only country on the planet then moaning because nature fights back.


So what you lost a fuckin beach drive down to the next one better still cycle and you might not get paid back next time the weather decides it's taking no more of your yankee doodle shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18860547


Hey dipshit, you don't have to read this thread you know!

Ironically, your moaning about others moaning makes you a bigger moaner, lol for ignorance.


Over 90% of oil refined is used in products that are not fuel related. Products YOU use everyday just like the rest of us.

You are not special, we are in this together. Get with the program or check the fuck out. Either way, get over yourself.
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Oh stop fuckin moaning, you yanks piss me right off, fucking driving your big 4 x 4s consuming the worlds resources like you're the only country on the planet then moaning because nature fights back.


So what you lost a fuckin beach drive down to the next one better still cycle and you might not get paid back next time the weather decides it's taking no more of your yankee doodle shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18860547


Hey dipshit, you don't have to read this thread you know!

Ironically, your moaning about others moaning makes you a bigger moaner, lol for ignorance.


Over 90% of oil refined is used in products that are not fuel related. Products YOU use everyday just like the rest of us.

You are not special, we are in this together. Get with the program or check the fuck out. Either way, get over yourself.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Yeah get with the program dick and start walking or using public transport.

Fuck the petrol prices get losing some weight of that fat american arse of yours.
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11/28/2012 02:41 PM
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who the fuck cares about a sidewalk!
it's still paradise compared to shitholes in the rest of the world. enjoy and celebrate.

info: we have to add 1.2 million cubic meter of sand per year to keep Sylt (a german island) intact.

a sidewalk gemme a break.
rant
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Oh stop fuckin moaning, you yanks piss me right off, fucking driving your big 4 x 4s consuming the worlds resources like you're the only country on the planet then moaning because nature fights back.


So what you lost a fuckin beach drive down to the next one better still cycle and you might not get paid back next time the weather decides it's taking no more of your yankee doodle shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18860547


Hey dipshit, you don't have to read this thread you know!

Ironically, your moaning about others moaning makes you a bigger moaner, lol for ignorance.


Over 90% of oil refined is used in products that are not fuel related. Products YOU use everyday just like the rest of us.

You are not special, we are in this together. Get with the program or check the fuck out. Either way, get over yourself.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Yeah get with the program dick and start walking or using public transport.

Fuck the petrol prices get losing some weight of that fat american arse of yours.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19706474


To right Bro.. To right.

If these people can't see that polluting their environment because theyre too lazy to walk then there's no hope until the floods are lapping at their doors.

Well even then they can't see it as proven in this thread.

SO SO STUPID
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who the fuck cares about a sidewalk!
it's still paradise compared to shitholes in the rest of the world. enjoy and celebrate.

info: we have to add 1.2 million cubic meter of sand per year to keep Sylt (a german island) intact.

a sidewalk gemme a break.
rant
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28609847


You, my dear, are clueless. :-)
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11/28/2012 02:58 PM
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OK been checking beach cams all over the state. They all look relatively normal.

Why just this ONE section of Ft. Lauderdale?

I've been there several times. That's a big beach.

Why just THERE?
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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.
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Actually if you look at the floods in the UK this last few days it does beg the question as to how so much standing water has flooded the UK when there really wasnt that much rain in terms of rainfall
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Oh the climate is changing alright, and it has nothing to do with our driving habits or how much cows are burping. My bet is on the interaction of our heliosphere with the increasing particle density of the intergalactic plasma/dust cloud that we are passing through. If the density becomes great enough to push the heliosphere back past earth's orbit, then things are going to become really interesting.
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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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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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Go back to your grassy pasture and finish grazing.
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I was in Florida once and no interest in going back.

Though I don't want anyone hurt, but c'mon, you live practically on the ocean. You deal with hurricanes all the time, now sea rising. Look if you want sun, go to Arizona, but you take these risks and then cry about it?

Like Californians crying over quakes, or Alaskans crying over snow?

If your life doesn't mean anything, stay.
If you are worried about dangers Just leave!
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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


cornsoda
 Quoting: ISO





That cam doesn't prove fuck all, it's a 4 BLOCK SECTION that is flooding over.


The shills are even out on this one... fucking pathetic.
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I can't believe this is happening in front of our eyes.
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I live in St Johns county, Fl, the beaches are disapearing, dunes are gone, the water is creeping up slowly but surely, Homeowners are nervous, no insurance company's will insure these homes.,and who would buy a home on these beaches. Pretty scary for the homeowners.
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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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Oh stop fuckin moaning, you yanks piss me right off, fucking driving your big 4 x 4s consuming the worlds resources like you're the only country on the planet then moaning because nature fights back.


So what you lost a fuckin beach drive down to the next one better still cycle and you might not get paid back next time the weather decides it's taking no more of your yankee doodle shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18860547


Hey dipshit, you don't have to read this thread you know!

Ironically, your moaning about others moaning makes you a bigger moaner, lol for ignorance.


Over 90% of oil refined is used in products that are not fuel related. Products YOU use everyday just like the rest of us.

You are not special, we are in this together. Get with the program or check the fuck out. Either way, get over yourself.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Yeah get with the program dick and start walking or using public transport.

Fuck the petrol prices get losing some weight of that fat american arse of yours.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19706474


To right Bro.. To right.

If these people can't see that polluting their environment because theyre too lazy to walk then there's no hope until the floods are lapping at their doors.

Well even then they can't see it as proven in this thread.

SO SO STUPID
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18860547


over-react much?

What's in your drinking water whch makes you need to insult and curse off strangers on a message board?

I'd suggest a laxative toute suites

The UK has been experiencing devastating floods for months now, perhaps one of the worst going on right now

meanwhile, their petrol prices are $10/gallon and lots of them take public transport

a lot of good it's done them
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We're all FUCKED.
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We're all FUCKED.
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Yep! ^^^THIS^^^
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11/28/2012 03:48 PM
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Hello, beach shill here.

No change is sea level in the rest of the world.

Just a fact.

Maybe the east coast of the US is sinking from all of the dead weight.

That is all.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27245451


No change?

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

In what could be the world's first climate-induced migration of modern times, Anote Tong, the Kiribati president, said he was in talks with Fiji's military government to buy up to 5,000 acres of freehold land on which his countrymen could be housed.

Some of Kiribati's 32 pancake-flat coral atolls, which straddle the equator over 1,350,000 square miles of ocean, are already disappearing beneath the waves.

Most of its 113,000 people are crammed on to Tarawa, the administrative centre, a chain of islets which curve in a horseshoe shape around a lagoon.

"This is the last resort, there's no way out of this one," Mr Tong said.

"Our people will have to move as the tides have reached our homes and villages."



Now who looks like a shill, shill?
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Hello, beach shill here.

No change is sea level in the rest of the world.

Just a fact.

Maybe the east coast of the US is sinking from all of the dead weight.

That is all.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27245451


You nailed it! After Obama win the Shit got twice as deep and now were under..
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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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Mother nature wins every time, the next few years should be a laugh. Another few hurricanes, you all wanted change. Sad scene actualy. Now try selling your homes....You'll have to move eventualy. You'd be lucky if you can give them a way.
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