Imagine. Miami is about to be completely inundated in only 0.78 feet of water! It will be a miracle….
The mean sea level trend is 2.39 millimeters/year with a 95% confidence
interval of +/- 0.43 mm/yr based on monthly mean sea level data from
1931 to 1981 which is equivalent to a change of 0.78 feet in 100 years.
But the above graph stops in 1981. So let’s go further south.
The mean sea level trend is 2.37 millimeters/year with a 95% confidence
interval of +/- 0.15 mm/yr based on monthly mean sea level data from
1913 to 2015 which is equivalent to a change of 0.78 feet in 100 years.
Why look! The trend line slope for Key West from 1913 – 2015 is exactly the same as for Miami….0.78 ft per 100 years.
For Miami to become a modern-day Atlantis a global flood would have to occur. Yes a global flood is certainly possible. But the above trend does not suggest anything close to a global flood. Exaggerated claims made such as this are unsupported at best and are nonsense as a practical matter.
“This past Friday, however, the U.S. Senate effectively announced it’s cool with Miami becoming a modern-day Atlantis. Senators — including Florida’s own “not a scientist” Marco Rubio — confirmed President Trump’s climate-change-bashing choice for Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head, Scott Pruitt.” click here for more
Cluster studies such as this are inconclusive.
Liu-Mares W, Mackinnon JA, Sherman R, Fleming LE, Rocha-Lima C, Hu JJ, Lee DJ. Pancreatic cancer clusters and arsenic-contaminated drinking water wells in Florida. BMC Cancer. 2013 Mar 12;13:111. doi: 10.1186/1471-2407-13-111.
BACKGROUND: We sought to identify high-risk areas of pancreatic cancer incidence, and determine if clusters of persons diagnosed with pancreatic cancer were more likely to be located near arsenic-contaminated drinking water wells.
METHODS: A total of 5,707 arsenic samples were collected from December 2000 to May 2008 by the Florida Department of Health, representing more than 5,000 individual privately owned wells. During that period, 0.010 ppm (10 ppb) or greater arsenic levels in private well water were considered as the threshold based on standard of United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Spatial modeling was applied to pancreatic cancer cases diagnosed between 1998-2002 in Florida (n = 11,405). Multivariable logistic regression was used to determine if sociodemographic indicators, smoking history, and proximity to arsenic-contaminated well sites were associated with residence at the time of pancreatic cancer diagnosis occurring within versus outside a cluster.
RESULTS: Spatial modeling identified 16 clusters in which 22.6% of all pancreatic cancer cases were located. Cases living within 1 mile of known arsenic-contaminated wells were significantly more likely to be diagnosed within a cluster of pancreatic cancers relative to cases living more than 3 miles from known sites (odds ratio = 2.1 [95% CI = 1.9, 2.4]).
CONCLUSIONS: Exposure to arsenic-contaminated drinking water wells may be associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer. However, case-control studies are needed in order to confirm the findings of this ecological analysis. These cluster areas may be appropriate to evaluate pancreatic cancer risk factors, and to perform targeted screening and prevention studies.
In Naples, Florida, a persistent resident continues the opposition against addition of fluoride. (click here) This issue is not going away anytime soon….
Since a small group of activist dentists in Wisconsin took up the fluoride crusade in the 1940s, the dentists and the medical community have been the “salesmen” on the ground for the cause. Groups like the American Public Health Association consider it a travesty that not everyone has fluoride added to their water, like it or not, need it or not. ADA and others apply modern marketing techniques to get their message out, like an evangelical crusade for fluoride. Given their dependence on government, such as the Dept of Health and Human Services, profluoride advocacy is all most medical professionals have ever heard. Click here for a classic example….
I’m sure his patients appreciate the doctor’s competence. I do appreciate my doctor and dentist. Should they decide what should be in my drinking water?….no. But i do expect more than just a snow job from them on fluoride…..pro and con. Of course, the potential harm is air brushed out of the picture by advocacy groups….
The mean sea level trend is 2.36 millimeters/year with a 95% confidence
interval of +/- 0.29 mm/yr based on monthly mean sea level data from
1947 to 2006 which is equivalent to a change of 0.77 feet in 100 years.
Here is a typical press editorial intended to silence a citizen concerned about fluoride. The fluoride empire will hold on to invalid claims as long as possible…..click here for the latest…..
I recently asked a group of college senior engineering students if they could think of confounding factors that might call into question the results of fluoride epidemiology studies…..they had no trouble doing so. To those who think, rather than just parrot the message of the liberal mob, it soon becomes apparent what is really going on here.
Just a matter of time….
It’s just a matter of time before this changes…..But addition of fluoride has become part of the cultural mantra in the liberal mob…..and there’s enough money in it for corporatists to support it as well…..so it’s a steep uphill climb for now….click here for Ormand Beach outcome….