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Old May 21st, 2017, 02:27 PM   #51
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Maybe it'll rise enough to flood out Canada and the Western Rockies. Then we don't have to listen to anymore of this whiny shit.
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I have here one video says 32 feet of sea level change by year 2100 That is 83 years from now. So that would be 4.63" per year x 5 years would be about 23". That would put water over the floor of the first level of many ocean front homes. I would call that underwater. That property would no longer be land. it would be sea.

So why are not Liberal Hollywood celebrities not getting rid of their ocean front mansions now before it is too late? Why? Because it is bull shit that's why.


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Maybe it'll rise enough to flood out Canada and the Western Rockies. Then we don't have to listen to anymore of this whiny shit.
Pretty soon, you'll be bypassing Florida on Christmas Eve:

For Miami, Sea Level Rise Has Already Gone Exponential
https://robertscribbler.com/2014/10/...e-exponential/
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Pretty soon, you'll be bypassing Florida on Christmas Eve:

For Miami, Sea Level Rise Has Already Gone Exponential
https://robertscribbler.com/2014/10/...e-exponential/
Plotted on an XY axis solving for Z, it is exponential but I remember two kinds of exponential, steady and increasing rate. I can see it in my mind but forget the terms after 47 years.

In any event when it gets too hot in the US we can invade and annex Canada. : )

edit: After giving it more thought, exponential is curved and not a straight line plotted on a graph. I bet exponential is a logarithmic function. Is there a mathematician in the house?
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Plotted on an XY axis solving for Z, it is exponential but I remember two kinds of exponential, steady and increasing rate. I can see it in my mind but forget the terms after 47 years.

In any event when it gets too hot in the US we can invade and annex Canada. : )

edit: After giving it more thought, exponential is curved and not a straight line plotted on a graph. I bet exponential is a logarithmic function. Is there a mathematician in the house?
I think the formula is:

B+S=BS
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I think the formula is:

B+S=BS
I am sure that the square root of 2 is in the formula. 1.414 carried out ad infinitum.
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Pretty soon, you'll be bypassing Florida on Christmas Eve:

For Miami, Sea Level Rise Has Already Gone Exponential
https://robertscribbler.com/2014/10/...e-exponential/
So in 5 years the sea level in Florida will rise how many more inches?
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Oh, exponential.
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I have here one video says 32 feet of sea level change by year 2100 That is 83 years from now. So that would be 4.63" per year x 5 years would be about 23". That would put water over the floor of the first level of many ocean front homes. I would call that underwater. That property would no longer be land. it would be sea.

So why are not Liberal Hollywood celebrities not getting rid of their ocean front mansions now before it is too late? Why? Because it is bull shit that's why.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRIVttxcX6Y
Thanks for clarifying what you mean when you say that a home would be underwater.

However, that potential 32 feet of sea level rise that you use in your calculation most certainly reflects an extreme-and seemingly quite unlikely-worst case scenario. (Indeed, IPCC and NOAA global sea level projections tend to be in the one to two meter range by 2100 as worst case scenarios...although local sea level rise, such as in Florida, is likely to be higher.)

In addition, the relationship between mean sea level and time in sea level rise projections is not expected to be linear but, rather, exponential. So, your 4.63" sea level rise per year figure in the short term is seemingly inevitably incorrect-and a gross over estimate-even if that seemingly quite unlikely 32 feet of sea level rise by 2100 is an accurate projection.

Finally, it isn't clear how you determined the elevation of the finished first level floor of allegedly many ocean front homes in the Miami region in order to determine if they would be, as you say, underwater. But, if that calculation of yours is correct that they would be underwater with a mere 23" of sea level rise, then those homes are very likely at a far greater risk of being underwater as a result of a relatively weak hurricane during any given year in the short term than they are at risk of being underwater as a result of mean sea level rise during that same short term. Thus, if those celebrities you seem to dislike do not sell their homes in a "panic" in fear over a relatively minor hurricane possibly striking the Miami area in the next three to five years, is the existence of hurricanes "bullshit" as well, to use your...ummm...logic?


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Thanks for clarifying what you mean when you say that a home would be underwater.

However, that potential 32 feet of sea level rise that you use in your calculation most certainly reflects an extreme-and seemingly quite unlikely-worst case scenario. (Indeed, IPCC and NOAA global sea level projections tend to be in the one to two meter range by 2100 as worst case scenarios...although local sea level rise, such as in Florida, is likely to be higher.)

In addition, the relationship between mean sea level and time in sea level rise projections is not expected to be linear but, rather, exponential. So, your 4.63" sea level rise per year figure in the short term is seemingly inevitably incorrect-and a gross over estimate-even if that seemingly quite unlikely 32 feet of sea level rise by 2100 is an accurate projection.

Finally, it isn't clear how you determined the elevation of the finished first level floor of allegedly many ocean front homes in the Miami region in order to determine if they would be, as you say, underwater. But, if that calculation of yours is correct that they would be underwater with a mere 23" of sea level rise, then those homes are very likely at a far greater risk of being underwater as a result of a relatively weak hurricane during any given year in the short term than they are at risk of being underwater as a result of mean sea level rise during that same short term. Thus, if those celebrities you seem to dislike do not sell their homes in a "panic" in fear over a relatively minor hurricane possibly striking the Miami area in the next three to five years, is the existence of hurricanes "bullshit" as well, to use your...ummm...logic?


The super rich mansions shown in the pic are on the intracoastal waterway and have a barrier island separating them from the Atlantic Ocean. The intracoastal waterway can be dammed delaying them from getting swamped on the Sun Coast of South Florida. The Gulf of Mexico side of South Florida is called the Gold Coast.
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