Rising Sea Level To Bypass The San Francisco Bay, And Flood Sacramento

Anyone making a prediction of doom is now a climate expert.  The real estate agents at Zillow have determined that Sacramento will be underwater soon.

Miami will suffer the worst, with nearly half a million homes underwater, including more than 80 percent of Miami Beach.

In the New York City area, including Long Island, 180,000 homes are at-risk, totaling a $123 billion loss.

And Malibu, where just 247 homes are in peril, their total value is more than $1 billion.

For unexplained reasons, the Zillow report does not mention the Bay Area.  But other scientists have predicted that a 6-foot ocean rise will turn parts of Richmond into an island and flood the Sacramento Valley.

Report: Global warming could leave 2 million US homes underwater by end of century | WKRN News 2

The NOAA tide gauge in the San Francisco Bay shows that sea level has hardly changed over the last 75 years. Perhaps that is why the report didn’t include the San Francisco Bay?

Sea Level Trends – State Selection

But it is the same story at Los Angeles, sea level is about the same as it was in 1940.

Sea Level Trends – State Selection

High tide sea level at La Jolla is about the same as it was in 1871

1871    Present

How is Sacramento going to drown if sea level isn’t rising on the coast?  And Zillow is so worried about Miami drowning, that you can pick up a home there for the bargain basement price of $25 million.

Most Expensive Homes in Miami – Photos and Prices | Zillow

According to the report, hurricanes and floods are an indication of climate change.

Harvey, Irma, Maria–the triple punch of hurricanes sent floodwaters into neighborhoods from the Caribbean to the East and Gulf coasts.

This is what Providence, Rhode Island looked like in 1815.

This is what Providence looked like in 1938.

This is what Pittsburgh looked like in 1936

This is what the Texas coast looked like in 1900

09 Sep 1900, 7 – Great Falls Tribune at Newspapers.com


This is what Vermont looked like this week 90 years ago.

This is what the Mississippi River looked like 90 years ago.

Ninety years ago brought the worst floods in US history. The Mississippi River was flooded for more than six months, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to abandon their homes permanently. Vermont’s worst flood on record occurred in November, 1927. The Red Cross described 1927 as the worst year in history.

25 Nov 1927, Page 7 – The News-Review at Newspapers.com

St. Louis was destroyed by a tornado, 90 years ago.

The Pittsburgh Press – Google News Archive Search

A mass superstition has risen about CO2, and people on the left now view every weather event as a sign of the coming apocalypse. They ridicule Christians for their belief in a global flood, while clinging to their own ridiculous, baseless flood myths.

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35 Responses to Rising Sea Level To Bypass The San Francisco Bay, And Flood Sacramento

  1. arn says:

    In the near future one has to become a climate scientist to afford those expensive “soon to be flooded” homes.
    (which will be flooded in less than 50 days according to hansen,
    as it should be pretty obvious that,when New York is flooded Miami will be too)

  2. gator69 says:

    The dire prediction comes from Zillow…

    Another “scientific organization” is born.

  3. Steve Case says:

    They ridicule Christians for their belief in a global flood, while clinging to their own ridiculous, baseless flood myths.

    That was excellent (-:

    • Ed Bo says:

      The way I like to put it is:

      They believe the earth was an Edenic paradise before we tasted of the forbidden fruit of fossil fuels.

  4. garyh845 says:

    And here’s what Katherine Hepburn’s family home looked like after the Cat 3 Long Island Express of 1938 in New York: https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Vl6qp3qR3iA/V8W_RMXvZoI/AAAAAAACWQM/MSD7RRcH4AcdCZdvDP7W5OPiNsOEvgexACLcB/s1600/katharine-hepburn-1938.jpg

  5. GW Smith says:

    Who can disagree, they have “science” on their side.

  6. garyh845 says:

    La Jolla pic. Well, it’s pretty obvious that the water level (SL) was higher when the 1871 picture was snapped, as compared to the present one; perhaps by about 1 foot. It’s pretty obvious that nothing has resulted in anything ‘of note’ during the course of the past almost 150 years.

    Curious, though, if both pics are actually at high tide, it would be more pointing to SL fall, as opposed to SLR.

    At a glance (eyeballing it) – looking at the past couple of weeks, the difference between low and high tide here is around 3 1/2 feet. Depending on exactly when it was, the 6-7 inch rate of SLR/100 yrs., might be rather well represented in the pic. But tomorrow, all of those rocks are going to disappear. LOL.

    Tony – this would have been a great page to graphically illustrate on the La Jolla graph, how 6 feet of SLR at the end of the next 83 years, beginning tomorrow, would look like.

    I sort of faked how it should have been changing for a San Diego reporter a couple years back. He had no sense of humor, BTW.

  7. RAH says:

    Notice there is more than a pair of sheep in the depiction of the Ark. Sheep were “clean animals” and seven of each kind of “clean animal” were allowed.

  8. Kozlowski says:

    On every single house in the Zillow database they public a Zestimate of what that particular property is worth.

    I think it is incumbent on Zillow to drastically lower their Zestimate pricing of all properties that will be affected by sea level rise.

  9. Anon says:

    What does the Tide Gauge in Sacramento say? Any beta on that, since that will be the worst hit?

  10. Tom Harley says:

    Who cares, the whole lot will be destroyed in the next major earthquake and tsunami before that happens. :)

  11. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/22/a-climate-science-milestone-a-successful-10-year-forecast/

    My Millennial children sent me this…..

    BTW while at RISD I studied Providence Hurricane Barrier Gate really effective…REAL PLANNING

    • neal s says:

      When you manipulate the reported measurements, it is easy to get the results you predetermined you would get. I suppose that is one way to get a self-fulfilling prophecy. And yet all the other predictions of things not so easily manipulated have not come to pass. I wonder why that would be the case?

  12. Andy DC says:

    The imminent environmental catastrophe was first predicted at least going back to 1970. Now not until the end of this century, when most of us will be long gone. Talk about moving goal posts!

    Was listening to a liberal talk radio show called Radio Sputnik. They were saying that it will probably take an ecological disaster to destroy capitalism, but it will happen and it will be destroyed. It is hard to imagine rooting for an ecological disaster, but when these left wing nut cases get in their own echo chamber, it is hard for them to hide their stripes. They are communists as plain as day!

  13. Philip says:

    what do you think of a grand solar minimum and global cooling advocated by authors such as John Casey?

  14. Lance says:

    having lived in Sacramento for 15+ years, the issue is not climate change. The issue is levee maintenance. Sacramento was flooded in 1850 almost as much as it was in 1997. Sea level rise has ZERO impact on normal life in Sacto. What matters is levee maintenance and upstream silt generation. It is amazing how many people have an opinion about flooding but have no knowledge of history. Climate is “dead last” in Sacto flooding. Dead first are Nature and Man Made Hydraulic Mining. The American and Sacramento rivers drive runoff into Sacto. The Levees guide the runoff towards SF Bay and Pacific Ocean. Sea Level Rise is the least of anyone’s worries. The levees drive defense against the Sierra flooding threat. Get real, people.

  15. Maybe if we could scare enough Califorianians, I could get a great deal on a beach house on Newport Beach.

  16. just a thought says:

    There’s a lot more evidence for the truth of the Bible than that of “global warming.”

  17. Steven Fraser says:

    I think a flood like 1862-3 would set Sacramento straight. Gov Moonbeam in a boat on the way to the capital is a picture that I would pay for.

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