Post by Eric Stevens Post by M.I.Wakefield Post by Dr. Jai Maharaj
Study says low-lying islands uninhabitable by mid-century
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Most of the Pacific islands about which these claims are made are coral
islands which have survived the 120m rise in sea levels since the end of
the ice age. See
Nobody has tried to explain why the islands should suddenly give up and
die in the near future.
The islands didn't float up as sea levels rose ... they got smaller. Look
Doggerland is not a Pacific island. The Pacific islands about which
people are concerned are coral islands whose growth has followed the
rise in sea levels over the 10,000 yars or more.
Are there any submerged islands or atolls, or shallow (a few ...
Jul 3, 2016 - Lots! There are several in the Papahanaumokuakea National Marine Sanctuary. The northwestern Hawaiian islands were formed by the same ...
Post by Eric Stevens Post by M.I.Wakefield
They should import some coral.
summer in the US jun 21 to sep 23
The US Climate Extremes Index (USCEI) for January-July was 170
percent of average, and the seventh largest USCEI on record for the
year-to-date. The spatial extent of one-day precipitation extremes was
the fifth highest on record, while the percent area of the contiguous
US in drought was also much above average. The percent area of the
country experiencing extremes in both warm and cool daytime and
nighttime temperatures was also above average, reflecting the dominant
warm-west/cold-east pattern entrenched throughout the year. The USCEI
is an index that tracks extremes (falling in the upper or lower 10
percent of the record) in temperature, precipitation, drought, and
land-falling tropical cyclones across the contiguous US.
-- http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/, July 2014