More evidences that the USA Atlantic coast will be drowned pretty soon!
New Island Pops Up Off the Coast of North Carolina
By Tia Ghose, Senior Writer,June 30, 2017 01:26pm ET
A new sandbar island has cropped up over the past few months just off the coast of North Carolina. Photographer Chad Koczera couldn’t get to the island on foot, so he sent a drone into the skies to capture this stunning image of the newly-formed island.
Credit: Credit: Courtesy of Chad Koczera
A new island suddenly emerged from the sea just off the coast of North Carolina — but officials warn that the spit of land is too dangerous for humans to explore.
The new sandbar island seemingly sprang from the ocean in just a few weeks, the Virginian Pilot reported. The island, which is about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) long and about 480 feet (146 meters) wide, lies off the coast of Buxton, North Carolina, which is part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
The new island grew from a mere nubbin in the ocean in April to its current size over Memorial Day weekend. One of the early explorers of the island, Janet Regan, took her 11-year-old son there to collect seashells. Because of its treasure trove of shells, the boy named it Shelly Island, the Pilot reported. [See Images of a Volcanic Island Birthed in Japan]
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THE AGW 1837 MOTHER OF ALL HURRICANES
from A Chronological Listing of Early Weather Events (7th edition) by James A. Marusek in www.breadandbutterscience.com
On October 9,1837, the “Racer’s Storm” leaves 2000-mile path of destruction. Racer’s Storm, named for a British sloop of war which encountered the storm in the northwest Caribbean, was one of the most destructive storms of the 19th century. It formed near Jamaica, crossed the Yucatan, struck the Gulf coast of Texas, and moved over Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina before arriving off the North Carolina coast on October 9. It was the tenth known storm of that destructive season. The hurricane was observed from September 27 to October 10. [NHC rank 137/259 with 105 dead]
U.S.A and Global Events for September 28th: (NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE)
1837: The first recorded storm to rake the entire Texas coast was Racer’s Storm, named for a British sloop of war which encountered the system in the extreme northwestern Caribbean on September 28th. It is remembered as one of the most destructive storms of the nineteenth century due to its extreme duration and 2000 mile path of destruction.