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Time to add more solar panels to the house to run an ac unit me thinks


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if ive been helpful kick my scales, if ive been unhelpful kick the scales of the person more helpful :eek:

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Time to add more solar panels to the house to run an ac unit me thinks

 

If your house is less than 50 feet above sea level, a tidal and wind system might be a better investment.

 

But no - I'm not at this stage suggesting there will be a 50 feet rise in sea level any time soon --- yet.

If its less than 5 feet above sea level - I would move - if I could sell it.

 

If the gulf stream continues slowing or even changes completely - it will get quite a bit colder here again despite overall average temps up beyond 1.5 degrees, and 50 degree temps becoming common events around the world. Australia among others is VERY nearly there already.

 

We will be seeing effects that are touted as 'hoping to avoid' 'end of the century' effects within the next 9 years.

(I said 10 years last year)


I express my honestly held opinions - they are nothing more or less than that.

... Its just doing some due diligence that makes them seem unusual ...

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I looked at the flood map calculator if there's a 140meter sea level rise I gain a seafront property and it goes up in valve alot


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I looked at the flood map calculator if there's a 140meter sea level rise I gain a seafront property and it goes up in valve alot

 

As long as you have a small army (and can feed them) to defend it ...

.. and what would then stop them from taking it from you?

 

 

Look at the area East of Peterborough with just a 5 foot rise (and a consistent 5 foot rise in sea swell, not sea level)


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... Its just doing some due diligence that makes them seem unusual ...

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