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From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?

 
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From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
WOW! TWC has their own version of this map also!

Superstorm Sandy exposed major flooding issues for areas along the Northeast coast. But that's not the only area susceptible to coastal flooding. Rising sea levels, even without a major storm, are a concern for all coastal communities.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Oh crap! Check out the full story. It's from the NY Times.

Check out all their maps of our coastal cities submerged!

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.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Now compare to the US Navy map:

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Of course the NY Times is not quite this extreme, but can't have them scaring the masses too much.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Sea levels rising faster than UN projections: study

Sea levels are rising 60 per cent faster than UN projections, threatening low-lying areas from Miami to the Maldives, a study said on Wednesday.


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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Won't affect me. I'm not going to be alive in 100 years never mind the year 2300.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Nika, great report.
I saw this in the NY Times on Sunday and thought it was something to pay attention to and share. Thanks for starting a thread. I was amazed that they took up an entire page with the info and maps. Very nice job.
The Continent is sinking much faster than ever thought.
Coastline is going under. This is part of the trouble in the Gulf - Louisianna is sinking.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Won't affect me. I'm not going to be alive in 100 years never mind the year 2300.
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Yeah, because everybody knows the news and gov is always truthful and they'd never lie to us about events, dangers, timelines or possible scenarios. Right?
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Nika, great report.
I saw this in the NY Times on Sunday and thought it was something to pay attention to and share. Thanks for starting a thread. I was amazed that they took up an entire page with the info and maps. Very nice job.
The Continent is sinking much faster than ever thought.
Coastline is going under. This is part of the trouble in the Gulf - Louisianna is sinking.
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Remember, there are other possible scenarios that can cause coastal flooding. This is just one of many.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Now compare to the US Navy map:

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Of course the NY Times is not quite this extreme, but can't have them scaring the masses too much.
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This Navy map just doesn't make sense, from an elevation point of view. Those areas of Nevada, Utah, etc., would have to fall a mile in altitude in order for this map to be correct. And even then, some of those non-submerged areas are not as high in elevation as the places that did fall into water. I don't get it.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
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Typical libtard fear mongering as usual.

TWC is left wing weather propaganda BS.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Now compare to the US Navy map:

USNmap

Of course the NY Times is not quite this extreme, but can't have them scaring the masses too much.
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This Navy map just doesn't make sense, from an elevation point of view. Those areas of Nevada, Utah, etc., would have to fall a mile in altitude in order for this map to be correct. And even then, some of those non-submerged areas are not as high in elevation as the places that did fall into water. I don't get it.
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There are many versions of these maps. Some are not as extreme and some show much more land mass underwater.

It would take some earth changes of blibical proportions to cause that type of flooding.
Which it seems we are entering into events which we've never witnessed before.
They keep spouting off with global warming...but I believe that is just a cover for the true underlying causes of what we are seeing take place.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Bullshit33

Typical libtard fear mongering as usual.

TWC is left wing weather propaganda BS.
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This is not about political views.
I don't care who delivers the message. It's the information that is important.
For the record, I'm not left wing, i'm not right wing. I could care less about politics. All the same agenda with just a slight twist of how they acheive that agenda.
I also don't buy into the global warming.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
Maybe the sea levels are not rising.
Or perhaps the continent is sinking? Is that possible?
Maybe it's what shada said...could it be the sea floor is rising? Remember the all the buoy activity.
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Re: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?

Maybe the sea levels are not rising.
Or perhaps the continent is sinking? Is that possible?
Maybe it's what shada said...could it be the sea floor is rising? Remember the all the buoy activity.
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