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#1 Jun 27, 2012
As said or inferred times before, Britain is at risk from losing historic coasts + low-lying areas due to rising sea levels, as well sufferring from irregular or abnormal "wintery" weather + wind patterns, etc. due to GWCC, i.e. Earth-affecting changes in Solar activities, which by definition includes possible expansion of the Solar Sphere per se iff GWCC Perts are correct about the range = magnitude of change as per future Global Temperatures.
The TIME IS NOW = YESTERDAY for mainstream Brits + rest of the World to prepare, iff only because the consensus of our desired future OWG-NWO Govts-Perts is that THERE IS NO CONSENSUS.
THE PERTS HAVE NOT PUBLICLY MENTIONED THE THREAT OF SOLAR EXPANSION AS A REALISTIC CAUSE IN THE ABOVE CHANGES IN FUTURE GLOBAL TEMPERATURES. And they won't, in part, because they themselves are uncertain as how much the Sun may expand iff it did.
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#3 Jun 28, 2012
Historic coasts? When the land bridge between Norfolk and Scandinavia collapsed, what would the warmies have said then?
Those coasts have been receding for thousands of years.
#4 Jun 28, 2012
what is a PERT? and recession of our coasts is caused by tidal and storm damage. The Sun won't expand for over 4 billion years. But I expect global warming caused the cold weather, and the rain is due to the mammoth droughts predicted by the Gories.
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