Warmer in Alert NU.


DaSleeper
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#91
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

You mean when M.S.L. rises a 1/2"?


Who cares......
Welcome to....

Kapuskasing

Elevation217.90 m (714.90 ft)
 
JLM
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#92
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post




You'd think CC' (and others') heads would be getting sore by now.
 
taxslave
#93
Is the sea rising or is the land mass sinking? Vancouver Island is still coming up out of the water
 
Curious Cdn
#94
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Is the sea rising or is the land mass sinking? Vancouver Island is still coming up out of the water

You figure that uplifting along one of the most the most seismically active zones on Earth that's pushing bloody great batholiths upward on conveyors of lava is a "sea level change"? It's a shoreline change, for sure.


btw, If everything starts shaking violently, RUN don't walk up the nearest hill. You live in an area where the "sea level" can increase a hundred feet in five or ten minutes.
 
JLM
#95
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You figure that uplifting along one of the most the most seismically active zones on Earth that's pushing bloody great batholiths upward on conveyors of lava is a "sea level change"? It's a shoreline change, for sure.


btw, If everything starts shaking violently, RUN don't walk up the nearest hill. You live in an area where the "sea level" can increase a hundred feet in five or ten minutes.


When and where did that last happen? In the past millennium?
 
Curious Cdn
#96
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

When and where did that last happen? In the past millennium?

It's happening right now, continuously.

Tsunamis in Canada ...

http://www.canadiangeographic.com/ts...mis_canada.asp

They sure scare the Navy, who are quietly spending millions upgrading the dockyard at Esquimalt against tsunamis. Had one hit, the entire fleet would have gone up, up, up with the wave, then suddenly smash on the shallow harbour bottom, thus seriously damaging or utterly destroying billions of dollars of warship. They're taking the threat seriously enough to burn through a pile of tax dollars to prevent them from burning through a much bigger pile of tax dollars due to complacent neglect.

http://ideas.stantec.com/coastal-res...tional-defence
 
JLM
#97
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

It's happening right now, continuously.


No, stupid...………………………….. the "sea level" can increase a hundred feet in five or ten minutes.
THAT was my question!
 
Curious Cdn
#98
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

No, stupid...………………………….. the "sea level" can increase a hundred feet in five or ten minutes.
THAT was my question!

... for vast lengths of shoreline ...
 
pgs
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#99
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You figure that uplifting along one of the most the most seismically active zones on Earth that's pushing bloody great batholiths upward on conveyors of lava is a "sea level change"? It's a shoreline change, for sure.


btw, If everything starts shaking violently, RUN don't walk up the nearest hill. You live in an area where the "sea level" can increase a hundred feet in five or ten minutes.

I think the Okanagan will be ok.
 
Curious Cdn
#100
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

I think the Okanagan will be ok.

I think that you're right.

When did the Okanagan get mentioned in a conversation about Vancouver island, anyway?

You're definitely going senile, pigs.
 
petros
#101
Holy f-ck.

Drunk Geography 110.0
 
JLM
#102
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

I think the Okanagan will be ok.


I'm sure it will - Mother Nature knows what she's doing! We just have to ignore the drama queens!
 
petros
#103
Mother nature has committed suicide several times already.
 
JLM
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#104
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Mother nature has committed suicide several times already.


I doubt it, she takes a lot of killing! Shit happens!
 
Curious Cdn
#105
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I doubt it, she takes a lot of killing! Shit happens!

Mass extinctions are the occasional "shit happens" and the chance of our species surviving this one are slim to none.
 
JLM
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#106
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Mass extinctions are the occasional "shit happens" and the chance of our species surviving this one are slim to none.


I'm not sure the human race is destined for mass extinction but a large proportion is but only because they won't quit eating junk and refuse to get off their ass. Heart attack, stroke or diabetes will likely be their "Waterloo". (Not sure WTF this has to do with warm weather in Nunavut).
 
MHz
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#107
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

It hit 70°F in Alert for the first recorded time.

All the way back to 1960, wow, no end to the depths of their research is there??


Forcast, hot in the West and cool in Quebec and area. Seems the water in the Bay cools winds off quite well as well as allowing for 'lake effect' rains.
Last edited by MHz; Jul 22nd, 2019 at 08:46 AM..
 
MHz
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#108
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Mass extinctions are the occasional "shit happens" and the chance of our species surviving this one are slim to none.

Which one WWIII-WWXIII?
 
petros
#109
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I'm not sure the human race is destined for mass extinction

Don't worry, it's not.
 
Danbones
#110
I hope it 'Snot.


Hello! Can you guess my name?



It's "Rock", in case you didn't already know.

S'word?

The S'word in the Rhock is PI.
*wink*
"S" is the circumference of a circle...DON'T TELL WALTER!!!!
Last edited by Danbones; Jul 22nd, 2019 at 09:39 AM..
 
JLM
#111
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Don't worry, it's not.


Not the sort of shit I worry about, Pete. It will be here for my lifetime!
 
Danbones
#112
Think about that for a second man.

That would certainly be true if it ended during your life time too.
 
JLM
#113
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Think about that for a second man.

That would certainly be true if it ended during your life time too.


If that were to happen we'd all be in trouble.
 

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