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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyCajun View Post
    what is weird to me is how some of these camps,houses etc that have been on the water for 80-100 years and the water is exactly where its always been.
    Have you ever driven down Hwy 1? You think those people build their homes and camps in the middle of the bay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    Curious how 130 million people just move. What about infrastructure? The economic cost would be staggering.
    Right again, but the point made is they chose to live near the ocean/water and that leads to risks. Large cities next to the coast is new world stuff and that's only a fraction of a fraction of another fraction of time on this planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    Have you ever driven down Hwy 1? You think those people build their homes and camps in the middle of the bay?
    C'mon, now. What about "accenuating" a national river from its delta? What about poorly designed O&G erosion mitigation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    Curious how 130 million people just move. What about infrastructure? The economic cost would be staggering.
    Well, they're not moving tomorrow. They have all the time they need. And, yes infrastructure cost would be significant over time to relocate that many people, but that is our own fault for locating that many people on the coast to begin with. This is entirely a modern human problem. Ancient man was smart enough to not do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    Have you ever driven down Hwy 1? You think those people build their homes and camps in the middle of the bay?
    You think thats attributed to the sea level rising? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post
    Well, they're not moving tomorrow. They have all the time they need. And, yes infrastructure cost would be significant over time to relocate that many people, but that is our own fault for locating that many people on the coast to begin with. This is entirely a modern human problem. Ancient man was smart enough to not do that.
    So cities like Byzantium, Alexandria(not CenLa), Carthage, Athens, Genoa, Marseilles, etc etc etc don't count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyCajun View Post
    You think thats attributed to the sea level rising? lol
    Yes partially

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    So cities like Byzantium, Alexandria(not CenLa), Carthage, Athens, Genoa, Marseilles, etc etc etc don't count?
    don’t count for what . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    Yes partially
    That sinking feeling is the accurate feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    That sinking feeling is the accurate feeling.
    I am always better when I seam to float . . . maintaining sea level is good for life . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tyme View Post
    So cities like Byzantium, Alexandria(not CenLa), Carthage, Athens, Genoa, Marseilles, etc etc etc don't count?
    You still stuck in modern times when you consider our planet is 4.6 billion years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickRick View Post
    You still stuck in modern times when you consider our planet is 4.6 billion years old.
    Exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesTheJeweler View Post
    Exactly
    . . . The everybody should listen to a guy who deals in products that are millions of years old . . .

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    Cajun Field when built was -2 ft below sea level in 1970.

    With all this global warming/climate change happening and using modern satellite data that is accurate to within a fraction of an inch. Today, 54 years later Cajun Field is now all the way down to -2 ft. At this rate of change it is projected that Cajun Field will be at huge risk as it will drop even lower to -2 ft in just 25 years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Policarp View Post
    Cajun Field when built was -2 ft below sea level in 1970.

    With all this global warming/climate change happening and using modern satellite data that is accurate to within a fraction of an inch. Today, 54 years later Cajun Field is now all the way down to -2 ft. At this rate of change it is projected that Cajun Field will be at huge risk as it will drop even lower to -2 ft in just 25 years.
    Nice

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