Claimed Five Inches of Global Sea level Rise Has Minimal Effects

There are claims that since 1985 or 1990 there has been 3.4 millimeters per year of global sea-level rise. This is based up satellite altimetry. This is five inches of sea-level rise since 1985. There are tidal gauges along all of North America and Europe. I do not understand how the global satellite says the …

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Let’s Stop Pretending That Good Plans Have Been Tried to Fix the Climate

Jonathan Franzen wrote an article at the New Yorker called “What if We Stopped Pretending – We need to Admit we cannot prevent the climate apocalypse”. This article is full of incorrect beliefs and statements. Franzen says – “The struggle to rein in global carbon emissions and keep the planet from melting down has the …

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Five Robotic Underwater Drones Found Sub Wreck on Ocean Floor

After a year-long search, the wreckage of the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan (S-42) was found by Texas-based underwater mapping firm Ocean Infinity. The sub was found resting in a ravine about 3,000 feet below the surface, about 323 nautical miles east of Comodoro Rivadavia in the Atlantic Ocean. San Juan’s crew of 44 …

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Plan to find and explore Ocean Worlds and search for life

The NASA Outer Planets Assessment Group (OPAG) Roadmaps to Ocean Worlds (ROW) group has a plan for exploring the ocean worlds in our solar system. Here is a summary of their plan for the exploration of ocean worlds like Europa and Ceres over the next several decades. They want to identify all of the ocean …

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Great Barrier Reef coral that was damaged has recovered a lot

The Reef and Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC), a non-profit enterprising Australian organization, has reported substantial signs of recovery for corals affected by mass coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. A milder 2017-18 summer as well as cooperation between science, industry and government is supporting the recovery of the Reef in many important locations. Bleaching …

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Superlong Tunnels now and in the near future

The Delaware Aqueduct is the longest tunnel that is currently in use. It was completed in 1945 and is 85 miles (135 kilometers) long. Metro rail and rail tunnels in Asia and Europe have reached 37.5 miles long. The Channel tunnels is 31.3 miles long and has the longest underwater section. China is already building …

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Geoengineering and Coral Farming are now being tested to save World’s Coral

In 2016 and 2017, marine heat waves killed half of the corals in the Great Barrier reef. It takes ten years for the coral to recover. John Veron is the world’s top coral reef expert. Between a quarter and a third of all marine species everywhere has some part of their life cycle in coral …

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First Ocean fish farm raising 1.5 million salmon three miles off Norway

Ocean Farm 1 is the world’s first deep-sea aquaculture farm. It is designed by leading salmon farmer SalMar ASA (of Norway). They paid China Shipbuilding Industry $300 million for six facilities. The first pilot system is 67 meters (220 feet high) and a diameter of 110 meters (football field length). It has the volume of …

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China creating second largest marine corps to secure Belt and Road Interests

China plans to increase the size of its marine corps from about 20,000 to 100,000 personnel to protect the nation’s maritime lifelines and its growing interests overseas. China is shifting brigades from the army to the Marines and Navy to shift from a land war focus to securing Belt and Road ports and other South …

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China’s space station crashed into the Southern Pacific Ocean

Tiangong-1 was predicted to reenter the Earth’s atmosphere on April 2nd, 2018 00:30 UTC ± 1.7 hours. The reentry has been confirmed as 2018/04/02 00:16 UTC. Reentry occurred in the Pacific Ocean. Whatever remained of the craft fell in the South Pacific, between California and Hawaii — “out in the middle of nowhere, which is …

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