The Rate at Which Seas are rising and Climate Change is progressing
There is at least a person i know how who drew what it will comes. Image of flood. One of the image was then recognised as a not famous place in Miami....It was last year... Miami became the Venice
I read this today and felt the earth shaking: For the first time in history, every month so far this year has been at least 1°C greater than the 1951-1980 climate baseline.
If you can't decipher the graph, just check out the colors, as we move from 1920 to 2020.
@bomoh. You wrote earlier that you were here to expand the perspective, but it seems you are here to obscure the true cause of climate change. Fossil fuel companies love this kind of obfuscation and they promote books like that prophecy book and sun spot theories. I do not have time for this.
Fossil fuel burning has caused climate change. The science is incontrovertible. The fossil fuel companies are the greatest Darth Vaders of our world. Their owners and investors shall be held responsible for their crime.
The cause of climate change is not up for debate, just as whether the earth is flat is not up for debate.
@bomoh. There is a more recent experience of climate change. In April of 1815, Mount Tambora exploded in a powerful eruption that killed tens of thousands of people in Indonesian.
The following year became known as the "year without a summer" when unusually cold, wet conditions swept across Europe and North America. The year 1816 is known as the Year Without a Summer because of severe climate abnormalities that caused average global temperatures to decrease significantly. Summer temperatures in Europe were the coldest on record between the years of 1766–2000. This resulted in major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere.
This was the timing when Mary Shelley wrote her famous novel, Frankenstein.
Today's article presents another sad true-life instance of what this forum has been talking about regarding coastal erosion from climate change acceleration:
Luxury Homes In Australia Are Falling Into The Ocean Due To Coastal Erosion
An excerpt from the article:
"Coastal erosion is threatening other communities around the country, too; nearly 39,000 buildings around the Australian coast are at risk of accelerated erosion due to the effects of climate change, according to the government's geoscience agency."