Imagine Sea Level Rising Three Hundred Vertical Feet During a Century’s Time While Rainfall Declines by 75% to Deserts


When the Ice Age ended, closing “the bronze age,” the sea level rose several hundred feet (varying according to shoreline because of isostatic re-adjustment of the continental crust) during about a hundred years, submerging dozens of sites of Ice Age seaport towns, and rainfall greatly decreased, which caused population relocations amidst warfare, famine, and societal breakdown, the “Bronze Age Collapse.” Now imagine that happening today, for instance along the U. S . East Coast, the sea level rising about three vertical feet per year for a century and the rainfall diminished by 75%, the same predicament which faced those who lived from the time of Moses to the time of Solomon.