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Sep 11, 2019 11:21:54   #
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Sep 11, 2019 11:47:10   #
DonaldR
 
Of course it would be too freeging simple minded to claim it just might be beach erosion.

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Sep 11, 2019 11:49:04   #
MR Mister (a regular here)
 
I was reading an article on an archaeological web site yesterday. It showed that 55 million years ago the sea had risen 20 meters for over a million years. And even feather back it the past it had occurred many times. Not much effect to life on earth then or now.

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Sep 11, 2019 12:26:31   #
Big dog (a regular here)
 
MR Mister wrote:
I was reading an article on an archaeological web site yesterday. It showed that 55 million years ago the sea had risen 20 meters for over a million years. And even feather back it the past it had occurred many times. Not much effect to life on earth then or now.


The state of Maine is still rebounding (rising) after the last ice age.

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Sep 11, 2019 14:33:00   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
DonaldR wrote:
Of course it would be too freeging simple minded to claim it just might be beach erosion.


I know, right? LOL!

It's pretty easy to actually take regular measurements on heights of areas/elevations compared to moon/satillite positions and distinguish whether or not the land is changing it's height or the ocean is rising or falling. Me thinks this is being hidden or dismissed.

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Sep 11, 2019 14:34:17   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
MR Mister wrote:
I was reading an article on an archaeological web site yesterday. It showed that 55 million years ago the sea had risen 20 meters for over a million years. And even feather back it the past it had occurred many times. Not much effect to life on earth then or now.


Nope. Out on the west coast of Oregon they have maps by the beach showing where the ocean shoreline was some odd number of years ago when the oceans were 30 or 40 ft lower.

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Sep 11, 2019 14:34:56   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
Big dog wrote:
The state of Maine is still rebounding (rising) after the last ice age.


As is much of the North country!

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Sep 11, 2019 15:29:34   #
lpnmajor (a regular here)
 
MR Mister wrote:
I was reading an article on an archaeological web site yesterday. It showed that 55 million years ago the sea had risen 20 meters for over a million years. And even feather back it the past it had occurred many times. Not much effect to life on earth then or now.


Back then, there weren't houses on the beach.

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Sep 11, 2019 15:45:59   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Back then, there weren't houses on the beach.


There might have been human encampments!

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Sep 12, 2019 05:59:28   #
Texas Truth (a regular here)
 
DonaldR wrote:
Of course it would be too freeging simple minded to claim it just might be beach erosion.


That is probably one of the strongest arguments standing in for your prognation. I'm a land surveyor on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. And every time they come in and do what is called Beach nourishment which means bringing in more sand. The natural action of the tides and storms drags all that sand out and builds shallow Shoals offshore very flat which allows the next storm to come in even further with the title rise to do more damage to the shore. I've been doing this for 30 friggin years plus and I see it every day. Unless you have a beach covered with Boulders and rocks where you need army boots to walk. It makes good for the large sea clams on the Cape Cod Bay Side where the water is frigging cold and it does well for the quahogs on the south side of the cape. Better than half the work we do is the seaside work on million dollar properties where is the people have the money to get the permits to do the work only to see Mother Nature drag it back out. From what I have seen the ocean has risen 8 in in the last 50 years or so. And is more or less stable. They say the ocean Rises by 1.5 millimeters to 2 millimeters per year. Ever notice liberal experts need bulshit for an agenda to suck the money out of the average person being your taxpayers.

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Sep 12, 2019 10:03:31   #
mongo
 
Texas Truth wrote:
That is probably one of the strongest arguments standing in for your prognation. I'm a land surveyor on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. And every time they come in and do what is called Beach nourishment which means bringing in more sand. The natural action of the tides and storms drags all that sand out and builds shallow Shoals offshore very flat which allows the next storm to come in even further with the title rise to do more damage to the shore. I've been doing this for 30 friggin years plus and I see it every day. Unless you have a beach covered with Boulders and rocks where you need army boots to walk. It makes good for the large sea clams on the Cape Cod Bay Side where the water is frigging cold and it does well for the quahogs on the south side of the cape. Better than half the work we do is the seaside work on million dollar properties where is the people have the money to get the permits to do the work only to see Mother Nature drag it back out. From what I have seen the ocean has risen 8 in in the last 50 years or so. And is more or less stable. They say the ocean Rises by 1.5 millimeters to 2 millimeters per year. Ever notice liberal experts need bulshit for an agenda to suck the money out of the average person being your taxpayers.
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I am originally from Cape Cod.
I knew I liked your posts for a reason!

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Sep 12, 2019 12:12:54   #
MR Mister (a regular here)
 
nwtk2007 wrote:
Nope. Out on the west coast of Oregon they have maps by the beach showing where the ocean shoreline was some odd number of years ago when the oceans were 30 or 40 ft lower.


You are right, during the ice age, the sea dropped over 300 feet. So! That's called change.....lol
Even if all the ice melts life will go on and it has all melted before. If the ocean warms up coral will grow further north, not die. So many Chichen Littles...The sky is falling, The shy is falling.

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Sep 12, 2019 12:23:23   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
MR Mister wrote:
You are right, during the ice age, the sea dropped over 300 feet. So! That's called change.....lol
Even if all the ice melts life will go on and it has all melted before. If the ocean warms up coral will grow further north, not die. So many Chichen Littles...The sky is falling, The shy is falling.


True. In fact, in the geologic record, the earth is ice and glacier free about 2/3's of the time.

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Sep 12, 2019 14:37:47   #
Louie27 (a regular here)
 
nwtk2007 wrote:
Nope. Out on the west coast of Oregon they have maps by the beach showing where the ocean shoreline was some odd number of years ago when the oceans were 30 or 40 ft lower.


If that is so then why didn't you put in the date or approximate date of the water levels? That woul be very interesting to see.

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Sep 12, 2019 15:09:36   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
Louie27 wrote:
If that is so then why didn't you put in the date or approximate date of the water levels? That woul be very interesting to see.


It would be, I agree, but I cannot remember the dates. I think it was 30,000 years ago.

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