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Old 06-15-2018, 03:57 PM   #2071 (permalink)
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The north pole will have little effect, as the ice is floating in water it will weigh and displace the same as it would when molten.
But then the ice on Greenland will start melting unstoppable, and that will cause a sea level rise by several meters when completed.

The south pole is a different matter: 58 meters of sea level rise if that melts. That won't happen in a hurry, but even if it spreads out over several centuries it will be a disaster.

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Old 06-15-2018, 04:17 PM   #2072 (permalink)
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Then we get a whole new content once it's thawed out.
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Old 06-15-2018, 04:25 PM   #2073 (permalink)
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This load,that we'd have to build out for,if taken at face value could support his assertions.
However its inelastic in a world of potential elasticity.
We might engineer for less load.There's a lot of fat to cut.
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Old 06-15-2018, 04:26 PM   #2074 (permalink)
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If the polar ice caps melted wasn't that going to raise sea levels like 300'?
If "in the past decade the polar ice caps have shown their most rapid decline in size" and the sea level has only risen enough to effect a few very poorly planned coastal cities, remind me what everyone was so worried about?
I believe that the Arctic,Greenland ice sheet,and Antarctica are good for 240-feet of sea level rise,plus continental rebound effects,then thermal expansion if we continue to warm.Sweet!
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When will the San Andreas Fault become beachfront property?
 
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When will the San Andreas Fault become beachfront property?
looks like the two plates displace around 4-inches/year between them.For the 1,000-mile length of the State,we'd be looking at around 25,000,000 years to bifurcate California.
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Then we get a whole new content once it's thawed out.
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Yes, but the remaining continents will be smaller!
Beachfront property will be more valuable!

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If the polar ice caps melted wasn't that going to raise sea levels like 300'?
If "in the past decade the polar ice caps have shown their most rapid decline in size" and the sea level has only risen enough to effect a few very poorly planned coastal cities, remind me what everyone was so worried about?
Concerning cities at risk... who is unable to flee from water that rises at 2mm per year ?

Leftists should be cheering sea level rise anyhow since it's those evil rich people who live on beachfront property.

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