Black People : Recent study found another earthquake could require evacuation of the entire North American coast

Keita Kenyatta

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Fukushima nuclear power plant is seen from a bus during a media tour at the plant on June 12, 2013.David Suzuki has issued an ominous warning about the state of Fukushima's nuclear power plant.
"Fukushima is the most terrifying situation I can imagine," the environmental activist and host of the Nature of Things said last week at the University of Alberta's symposium "Letting in the Light: Science to Guide Public Water Policy in the 21st Century."
"Three out of the four plants were destroyed in the earthquake and in the tsunami. The fourth one has been so badly damaged

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dail...arning-damaged-fukushima-plant-195522191.html
 

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What the world would look like if all the ice melted

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As a result of the drastic rise in sea levels, the average temperature around the Earth would rise from 58 degrees to 80 degrees.
In North America, the entire Atlantic seaboard would vanish beneath the waves, including Florida and the Gulf Coast. Much of California would be underwater. Millions of Americans would be permanently dislocated from their homes to say nothing of the potentially insurmountable impact on natural wildlife.
And again, this scenario is only based on current population figures. Who knows what the Earth will look like in 5,000 years and how many people will be living here?


http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sidesho...ook-like-if-all-the-ice-melted-015759322.html
 

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What the world would look like if all the ice melted

301581a8-fa54-4e0c-b8ea-7155fbb7de8f_NorthAmericaIce.jpg


As a result of the drastic rise in sea levels, the average temperature around the Earth would rise from 58 degrees to 80 degrees.
In North America, the entire Atlantic seaboard would vanish beneath the waves, including Florida and the Gulf Coast. Much of California would be underwater. Millions of Americans would be permanently dislocated from their homes to say nothing of the potentially insurmountable impact on natural wildlife.
And again, this scenario is only based on current population figures. Who knows what the Earth will look like in 5,000 years and how many people will be living here?


http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sidesho...ook-like-if-all-the-ice-melted-015759322.html



interesting that they didnt show africa....

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Keita Kenyatta

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What the world would look like if all the ice melted

301581a8-fa54-4e0c-b8ea-7155fbb7de8f_NorthAmericaIce.jpg


As a result of the drastic rise in sea levels, the average temperature around the Earth would rise from 58 degrees to 80 degrees.
In North America, the entire Atlantic seaboard would vanish beneath the waves, including Florida and the Gulf Coast. Much of California would be underwater. Millions of Americans would be permanently dislocated from their homes to say nothing of the potentially insurmountable impact on natural wildlife.
And again, this scenario is only based on current population figures. Who knows what the Earth will look like in 5,000 years and how many people will be living here?


http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/what-the-world-would-look-like-if-all-the-ice-melted-015759322.html


Excuse me but, what does "if all the ice melting" have to do with the previous article? The previous article is a "maybe tomorrow" reality for those of us who know anything about japan and the lies that they've been telling us concerning those reactors. Japan is subject to have one of those earthquakes as I write. It's sad that so many of our people are in a literal fog concerning almost everything. Just saying.
 

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interesting that they didnt show africa....

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Africa is shown deeper inside the article ... that first shot focused on North America, which ties in with Keita's Thread title:




Africa would technically be largely untouched but much of its would become inhabitable because of the increased temperature. In Egypt, Alexandria and Cairo would be “swamped” by flooding waters from the Mediterranean.

Many of Europe’s greatest landmarks would be destroyed: London would disappear, Venice, gone. The Netherlands and most of Denmark would also be entirely underwater.
In Asia, National Geographic says land currently inhabited by 600 million Chinese would be underwater, as would all of Bangladesh and coastal India.

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