Cimate Desperation In The Maldives

Climate experts say the 1,196 Maldives islands will be drowned no later than this year.

26 Sep 1988 – Threat to islands

The situation is so bad, you can buy a home there for less than £11,000,000.

Kunfunadhoo Island, Baa Atoll, Republic Of Maldives, 9 bedroom villa for sale – 44502007 | PrimeLocation

Worried investors are sending billions of dollars there to develop the soon to be underwater islands.

Inhabitants of Maldives Atoll Fear a Flood of Saudi Money – The New York Times

But that is the actual Maldives, not the imaginary Maldives located in the minds of climate scientists.

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14 Responses to Cimate Desperation In The Maldives

  1. arn says:

    Mann and his Manniacs have for sure 0 problems to show us how many out of the tens of thousands of islands on this planet have disappeared in the last 30 years as result of AGW and skyrocketing sea level rise as logical result of his extremly skillee and scientific predictions.

    I guess the percentage is at the same levels as man made co2 is in our atmosphere.

    The last time i remember things were threatened and destroyed by global warming it was the mammoth species – but that was about 10-12.000 years ago
    -must have been the co2.
    (and even there the usual Madmann scientists try to blame humanity for their extinction(overkill-hypothesis) ignoring the fact that the human population in that regions have been very low at that time and that a single mammoth could provide a single tribe for a long time and that hunting much smaller animals
    (bisons,deers etc)was the norm as they are by far less dangerous than a mammoth and easier to hunt((an arrow penetrating the body of mammoth by 4-5inches will not cause a significant damage but is davastating for a deer))
    and delievered better products(fur).

  2. R. Shearer says:

    Amazing that the Maldives more than doubled its population since then and since consists of 1200 islands a meter above sea level.

  3. TimA says:

    “you can buy a home there for less than £11,000,000.”
    I wonder if they’d take an offer as part of a “flood” sale…..

  4. Kris Johanson says:

    And banks are eager to issue the mortgages, and insurance companies are still insuring the properties, and sewage still flows by gravity out to sea, and the flood maps haven’t changed, and the streets aren’t buckling from hydrostatic pressure, and Mr. Hussein Shihab is probably still collecting his pension

  5. BallBounces says:

    You enter the world of climate science by clicking on alt.reality.

  6. oldbrew says:

    Before the Maldives ‘vanishes’ they want to build 5 new airports.

  7. richard says:

    1988- A few years later and a ban was put on the coral being decimated by its use in building for the surge in tourism from the 1970s on.

  8. CO2isLife says:

    If Climate Change is Really a Threat, Why Would China, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Abu Dhabi Invest Billions in the Maldives?
    The Maldives has always been the poster child for Climate Alarmists. They have claimed that rising sea levels would wipe this island nation from the map. The problem is, the Maldives aren’t sinking, sea level isn’t rising in the Maldives. So right off the bat, something has a very bad odor. Now we find that … Continue reading

  9. frederik wisse says:

    As in the past the only thing these maldivines are able to raise is a serious stink .

  10. Andy says:

    The Maldives have far more to worry about than climate change at the moment.

    Being a lacky of the Saudis at the moment and having a government so corrupt they actually do need firearms to defeat the state if need be

    Saudi and Chinese all got their global and regional fingers in that pie sadly.

    So rising seas are nothing for them, they need to work it out this year, not climate 20 years hence.

    Such is life


  11. Psalmon says:

    The Maldives are in political turmoil because of the $$$ pouring in:
    – The first democratic president who held the infamous underwater cabinet meeting was ousted apparently because the Chinese paid more.
    – After he was jailed and then sent into exile, the Chinese dumped $Bs into airports and other investment as part of their One Belt program.
    – Now the Courts there are opposing the latest government that is run by the cronies of the dictator before elections and who appear to be milking the current situation for all it’s worth

    The Maldives appear to represent not just a nice tropical destination, but also a strategic location (much bigger then that Climate $). China is intent on controlling them and will no doubt (IMO) bring in the island builders eventually as they have in the So China Sea. A few extra feet of island building is nothing really for them.

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