American Elephants


Do You Live on the Coast of California? They’re Coming for You! by The Elephant's Child

The California Coastal Commission is set to empower local governments to pursue eminent domain to take 1,100 miles of coastline in order to prepare for sea level rise. Local jurisdictions will implement a “managed retreat” policy that will allow taking and demolishing coastal homes and businesses.

This will allow communities to dismantle and relocate power plants, 250 miles of highway, 1,500 miles of roads and 110 miles of railway.

This battle is going to be fun, when the state tries to take Environmentalist Tom Steyer’s coastal property, in the name of saving the rest of California from the horrors of global warming and its sea level rise.

Scientists are not sure that there is any rise in sea level at all. What little discrepancy they see may simply be coastline shrinking.

Roy Spencer PhD. noted recently that “Climate Models are warming the Global Lower Atmosphere 67% Faster than the average of 9 Observational Datasets.”

In the last 40 years, the discrepancy between models and observations for the globally-averaged lower atmosphere looks like this:

ADDENDUM:  If you are not a climate scientist, and I am not, you may not be used to reading graphs and grasping all their information. Do notice that this particular graph covers the last 40 years and notice just how much warming there has been. Run for the hills! As Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims, we just have five years left before the ultimate catastrophe. I don’t know how they can measure a sea level rise that small. Just a tiny bit over 6/10ths of one degree Centigrade?


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Reblogged this on Tallbloke's Talkshop and commented:
The latest over-the-top climate policy from the American west coast.

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