Climate change

The book I wrote deals with this. This goes along with Marie”s posted link. Although that shows you all the cities that will be under water this shows you the other side of climate change. This is a study conducted by NASA.

.http://youtu.be/ToY4eeWsdLc

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Climate change

12 thoughts on “Climate change

    1. Marie says:

      you maybe interested in reading an article published in “Rolling Stone” stresses The U.S. Pentagon insist we need to take action now, and it’s U.S. congress that is in denial.

      it’s not congress, it’s “Republican Politicians”

      1. zoma777 says:

        Makes sense. It seems the only people who deny climate change are those greedy idiots who are busy raping the earth for profit.

  1. Sally Lechich says:

    hi denise i have a new email address: westmeath333@gmail.com

    thank you Sally Lechich ps was wondering if you thought the April 4, 2015 total lunar eclipse could cause an earthquake in california …SF in particulare i live 80 miles east in Stockton, Ca..

    please respond…gonna get earthquake insurance….

    1. zoma777 says:

      Hey Sally. I think it’s a great idea to have earthquake insurance. I have traditionally stared freaking out about earthquakes about 5 years before they happen. I just started getting that strong feeling again in 2013 so that means it will very likely happen by 2018. My premonition was about southern ca. I will be in northern ca this summer and I’ll try to tune into the when and where and if about the Stockton area when I’m there.

    2. Thomas says:

      The Moon pulls the Earth’s surface (crust) up by about 11.8 inches, which is called a solid tide. The Sun also tugs on the Earth’s surface. On April 4 it will be a Full Moon, which means the Moon will be on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun, which will pull the Earth from both sides.

      Research shows solid tides cause about 1% of the earthquakes.

      Link: http://news.discovery.com/earth/earth-tide-quake.htm

      There’s also a link between earthquakes and ocean tides. I read an article about a major earthquake in California that was linked to ocean tides plus a storm surge.

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