`It would seem we are in dire danger of flooding as the result of the ocean overflowing its shorelines. Okay. Let us assume this is true. If so, it is very important for us to do all we can to prevent it, or at least slow it down. I have two suggestions on how we can do it.
Firsts, for years we have been filling in large areas of the ocean. Look at all they did at Dubi where they made the big artificial islands. Parts of The San Francisco are landfills too. We need to reverse this. We can dig out the earth from below the oceans and haul it up onto the land. The ocean waters will fill it in and, at the same time, it will raise the level of the land.
Second, we can pump ocean water up onto the land. From what I understand, The Dead Sea is shrinking. Also, the Salton Sea in southern California is shrinking too. We could pump a gallon or two into these two places and it would improve both places. I’m sure there are a few other places where we can put a few gallons without disturbing the ecology. In fact, it might even improve the ecology. Can you imagine someone fishing in the middle of the Saudi Desert… or maybe the Sahara for that matter.
By the way, if we pump enough ocean water into the desert, they might be able to make a big tourist area. That way, when the Saudis run out of Oil, they charge fees for us to visit their desert riviera. Can you imagine boating across the Sahra? Or if they dug a few canals, they could use them for shipping.
Then again, if we solve the problem, those worshiping climate change would lose one of their alarms. Then again, maybe not. They just might start complaining that the oceans levels are falling.