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Krazy Effin Ivan
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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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27889364


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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I am with you, I would say that any meaningful water rise is going to be every where. This issues is from setteling IMO. I am going to the NC east coast this weekend and I'll see it is different there.
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Two main factors contributed to observed sea level rise. The first is thermal expansion: as ocean water warms, it expands.

The second is from the contribution of land-based ice due to increased melting

Between 1870 and 2004, Global average sea levels rose 17 cm

From 1950 to 2009, measurements show an average annual rise in sea level of 1.7 ± 0.3 mm with satellite data showing a rise of 3.3 ± 0.4 mm from 1993 to 2009, a faster rate of increase than originally estimated.


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Two main factors contributed to observed sea level rise. The first is thermal expansion: as ocean water warms, it expands.

The second is from the contribution of land-based ice due to increased melting

Between 1870 and 2004, Global average sea levels rose 17 cm

From 1950 to 2009, measurements show an average annual rise in sea level of 1.7 ± 0.3 mm with satellite data showing a rise of 3.3 ± 0.4 mm from 1993 to 2009, a faster rate of increase than originally estimated.


banana2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12354799


I don't have a clue as to the WHY of it. :-) I just know that it IS.

Scares the hell out of me. Here we've all been waiting for something to happen...and now it is, and I'm a little bit freaked out that maybe all of us have been right...None of us knew what, or when, or how, but we all knew something was coming...This is just part of it, I fear.
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It is a shame, A1A is a good road to drive.
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any one worried the canals could be next?
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*edit* ok watched the vid they said NE 16th Ct
copy paste this to google map-> 26.148942,-80.101341

little more north then sunrise bulvd


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this is people who are posting cams showing its ok

if you go to google map place this in 26.137178,-80.103121

this should take you to sunrise bulvd.

ok this is the area in question I believe.... its in this area where all the problems are
YOU wont get no live cam of this area looks like private homes there



State Road A1A is a Florida State Road that runs mostly along the Atlantic Ocean, with sections from Key West at the southern tip of Florida, to Fernandina Beach, just south of Georgia on Amelia Island. It is the main road through most oceanfront towns. SR A1A is designated the A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Highway, a National Scenic Byway. It is also called the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway from Wabasso Causeway to U.S. Route 1 in Cocoa.
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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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good observations.
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Fort Lauderdale Elevation: 8 feet above sea level


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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]


[link to www.youtube.com]

 Quoting: Kittywitch


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I live in downtown Hollywood Florida and nearby is the ocean with a lot of nice homes. The street is not that high above the ocean. I am notcing the flooding is more frequnt. Here is a video
[link to www.youtube.com]

Another think I noticed is the dying grass areas due to the saltwater.
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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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If that was the case (and it may be), seems that there would be multiple reports of nearby structural damage to some of the local hotels and infrastructure?
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cool2 ..C.C
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I live in downtown Hollywood Florida and nearby is the ocean with a lot of nice homes. The street is not that high above the ocean. I am notcing the flooding is more frequnt. Here is a video


Another think I noticed is the dying grass areas due to the saltwater.
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Two main factors contributed to observed sea level rise. The first is thermal expansion: as ocean water warms, it expands.

The second is from the contribution of land-based ice due to increased melting

Between 1870 and 2004, Global average sea levels rose 17 cm

From 1950 to 2009, measurements show an average annual rise in sea level of 1.7 ± 0.3 mm with satellite data showing a rise of 3.3 ± 0.4 mm from 1993 to 2009, a faster rate of increase than originally estimated.


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I don't have a clue as to the WHY of it. :-) I just know that it IS.

Scares the hell out of me. Here we've all been waiting for something to happen...and now it is, and I'm a little bit freaked out that maybe all of us have been right...None of us knew what, or when, or how, but we all knew something was coming...This is just part of it, I fear.
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Its just the high tide associated with the full moon and lack of beach.... Since the beach is gone the water can only go up on the street. Has nothing to do with rising sea levels only erroded beaches and full moon tide. If they dont get some sand up on the beaches quick, its going to get progressively worse with the wonter fronts that come through when the wind comes out of the Northeast
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Pole Shift must be starting
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Two main factors contributed to observed sea level rise. The first is thermal expansion: as ocean water warms, it expands.

The second is from the contribution of land-based ice due to increased melting

Between 1870 and 2004, Global average sea levels rose 17 cm

From 1950 to 2009, measurements show an average annual rise in sea level of 1.7 ± 0.3 mm with satellite data showing a rise of 3.3 ± 0.4 mm from 1993 to 2009, a faster rate of increase than originally estimated.


banana2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12354799


I don't have a clue as to the WHY of it. :-) I just know that it IS.

Scares the hell out of me. Here we've all been waiting for something to happen...and now it is, and I'm a little bit freaked out that maybe all of us have been right...None of us knew what, or when, or how, but we all knew something was coming...This is just part of it, I fear.
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess


equhohtissuegaahsiren2doorsharkpopenewsflashendahhh
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ha ha ha ha ha!!!!! This cracked me up! You pulled out all the stops!
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Its just the high tide associated with the full moon and lack of beach.... Since the beach is gone the water can only go up on the street. Has nothing to do with rising sea levels only erroded beaches and full moon tide. If they dont get some sand up on the beaches quick, its going to get progressively worse with the wonter fronts that come through when the wind comes out of the Northeast
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27154249


Please explain to me why this doesn't happen once a month during the full moon????

This is not just high tide and beach erosion....

I don't think beach erosion is the proper phrase here...more like the ocean swallowed the beach whole...
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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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That was a rare rave.
Pointed.
Accurate from your perception.
And a good portion of that rant, from mine... and I was born, and currently live, in the states.
That, "hubris," coupled with denial, is the killer combination for/of this country.
A, "perfect storm," of attributes.
The concept of Balance is sorely missing.
As is win/win.
No. It's all zero sum here in the U.S. Win/lose all.


You'd think you'd see less of it here in this forum.
But, no. Plenty of it.
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any one worried the canals could be next?
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I am, I was thinking of buying a little house with a boat lift on the ICW when I retire. Hope that setup is still available at that time!
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this is NOT related............. to the original post

but..............wanted to bring it up...........

this happened on thanksgiving Nov. 22 2012.. at Pompano Beach Fl

Thread: Fukushima scientists died... in Florida on thanksgiving

they said a rogue wave 8 to 10 feet high came in out of no where... flipped the boat

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this is NOT related............. to the original post

but..............wanted to bring it up...........

this happened on thanksgiving Nov. 22 2012.. at Pompano Beach Fl

Thread: Fukushima scientists died... in Florida on thanksgiving

they said a rogue wave 8 to 10 feet high came in out of no where... flipped the boat

[link to www.youtube.com]

 Quoting: SeaPunk


She's a diver so presumably:

(1) she can swim a little, and most importantly
(2) she can think calmly under water when the unexpected happens and make an appropriate decision. Divers will know that this is their MOST important survival characteristic.

So I don't understand how she could get trapped under a catamaran and unable to get to the surface. Strange. Sorry for her loss.
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Edgar Caycee, Nostradamus and Ursula Sonthiel forwarned. These three are the greatest new prophets and prophetess after Daniel, Ezeikel, Esdra etc from the holy Bible which is written via QUMRAN THE OLDEST OF THEM ALL IS WHERE JESUS IS FROM.

NOT QU'RAN. UNDERSTAND QU'RAN IS NOT QUMRAN.

Read this many times some few years back over and over again and hope this would not happened in this lifetime...

ANY MUZZARDS HAVE AN EARS... LET HIM HEAR THE LAMANTATION OF THE ANTICHRIST.
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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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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.

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put ice in a cup of water and say that iamwith
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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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Ha! I thought the same thing. Was reminded to send a friend a 'how to' of the Wobble. Here is an instruction video in case anybody feels like dancing.LOL

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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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Man, I agree with you 100 percent!

I have sat and watched the Carolinas ship in sand from across the USA almost every year to save their beaches from eroding.

Trying to fight mother nature with tax dollars NEVER works.
Water is extremely powerful, given time it can eat a boulder and carve a grand canyon.

Idiots should just move away from the edge and stop wasting resources.
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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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and just think slick, when the beach is gone here in ft laud, the tourist industry will be gone with it...
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I live right on/off A1A in Northern Florida and have seen Zero changes - No flooding.

Now, after that storm at the beginning of the summer (was it Amelia? I can't recall, sorry) we did have AWFUL Flooding and it was so profound I posted pics of it on Fbook. We even 'surfed the tube' in my CAR & I have a great photo of it -- with the wave going over the top of the roof of my Eos!

But during and after Sandy....Nothing. We were busy praying for NY, NJ and all our friends up North, on the Northern Atlantic Coastline.

Those pics of Ft. Lauderdale ARE disturbing, and I truly hope & pray that we don't have to deal with that here, but at this time, all of our beaches/coastline are the same as always. No flooding, no encroaching, no unusual erosion.
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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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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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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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Actually, I enjoy long excursions in my custom turbo charged beretta. 450 whp, tuned for 93 octane with water/meth injection. 16 psi, a car you wish you have.

Gas could go to $10/gal and I could still afford it. Why, because I succeed at making money.

I am American and proud of it!
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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.
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mental midget....iamwith
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