Global Warming: The British Isles

I wish there were a love button on WordPress. I’d have used it for this post.
First, I like that the blogger has chosen to speak on what he sees with his own eyes. This shows that no longer can evidence be ignored. Next, I had to laugh when he wrote of how old he’d be when the event he writes of here takes place if it indeed does, and how he plans no blog posts that year unless under water computers have been invented. Since we’re on the cusp of both science having us live much longer, and we already have some under water devices, I’d say the chances of getting a blog post from him during the written of event are awesome.


I have been on and off the fence for years, regarding Global Warming, or Climate Change, if you prefer. I am still not as fired up as some of those who write about the subject, but in recent years, I have started to credit the evidence of my own eyes, rather than to continue to read the sometimes rather hysterical reports that abound on the Internet. Some parts of eastern Norfolk are already quite literally falling into the sea. Tidal changes, raised sea levels, and erosion of soft rock are making ‘life at the edge’ no longer possible, in a few communities.

I found this image online, a gloomy prediction of the near-future for Britain and Ireland.

As you can see, Beetley is under water, along with much of eastern England. London has disappeared, and many large coastal communities no longer exist. And the prediction is that this will all…

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2 Responses to Global Warming: The British Isles

  1. beetleypete says:

    Thanks as always, Patty. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.


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