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Old 04-13-2018, 10:51 PM #961
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Check, the north pole is still there...... 7 years after the start of this ridiculous thread.
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Check, the north pole is still there...... 7 years after the start of this ridiculous thread.
oh it's still there, just less of it
and no one makes you click on the thread
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Check, the north pole is still there...... 7 years after the start of this ridiculous thread.
Still close to there, it is moving around more every year. There are alternate "facts" about this as well. In the 1600's it reached Europe before heading back north.
Oh, the physical pole, oops, my bad.

Earth takes it's time to accomplish changes. Earth takes even more time to take those changes back again.
Egyptian culture flourished and grew until it could build pyramids. This all happened while the Sahara was a paradise. That changed, the desert grew and the pyramids were abandoned.
Hold your breath, the monsoons will bring the Sahara back to paradise in only 15.000 years, we are already 5,000 years into the 20,000 year cycle.
This is caused by the wobble in Earth's axis, long term stuff. The 'natural' cycle the deniers do not understand.

Time, most have a concept of short time only, once past a few thousand generations the ability to comprehend the span is lost due to lack of anything to compare it to.
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Old 04-15-2018, 04:13 AM #965
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Still close to there, it is moving around more every year. There are alternate "facts" about this as well. In the 1600's it reached Europe before heading back north.
Oh, the physical pole, oops, my bad.

Earth takes it's time to accomplish changes. Earth takes even more time to take those changes back again.
Egyptian culture flourished and grew until it could build pyramids. This all happened while the Sahara was a paradise. That changed, the desert grew and the pyramids were abandoned.
Hold your breath, the monsoons will bring the Sahara back to paradise in only 15.000 years, we are already 5,000 years into the 20,000 year cycle.
This is caused by the wobble in Earth's axis, long term stuff. The 'natural' cycle the deniers do not understand.

Time, most have a concept of short time only, once past a few thousand generations the ability to comprehend the span is lost due to lack of anything to compare it to.
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We are told that glacier ice melt will raise ocean levels, and drown coastal cities.

We are told glaciers are at the lowest levels, and are in danger of disappearing soon.


Why is the water not half way flooding coastal cities yet? (no, don't throw up an article about an island. We are talking mainlands)Or even risen a noticeable amount?
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We are told that glacier ice melt will raise ocean levels, and drown coastal cities.

We are told glaciers are at the lowest levels, and are in danger of disappearing soon.


Why is the water not half way flooding coastal cities yet? (no, don't throw up an article about an island. We are talking mainlands)Or even risen a noticeable amount?
the level of sea level has risen modestly, a few inches or so
it's about what it may do
sooner if you believe some climate predictions, 40/50 years
later for some other predictions, 100+ years
or not at all if you're not believing any climate predictions
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