Octopus In Miami Parking Garage Is A Proof Of Climate Change

Posted: Nov 23 2016, 9:08am CST | by , in Latest Science News


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Octopus in Miami Parking Garage is a Proof of Climate Change
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  • Octopus in Miami Garage is Proof of the Reality of Climate Change

An octopus was found stranded in a Miami garage recently. This is proof if any is needed of the reality of climate change.

Trump claims that climate change is a hoax. Yet some of the things that are taking place before our very eyes show that such is hardly the case. Temperatures in the Arctic are at a record high. Sea ice is apparently melting like crazy.

The fact that we have a future POTUS who doesn’t give a damn about reality is sad indeed. It shows that some people are so out of touch with the pulse of the times that what goes on around them seems to make no difference to them whatsoever.

While the facts and figures not to mention statistics are all a bit abstract, the fact that now there are octopuses in garages in Miami shows that things are not alright with the world.

A video and pics were posted on Facebook showing an octopus slithering in the dirty water on the floor of a garage in Miami, Florida. This is preposterous to say the least. The comments “new normal” are mentioned in passing by in the words of a chap named Richard Conlin along with the post.

The garage filled with cars was flooded with water from the nearby beach when the tide came in. This tide is normally high yet this time around it was super-high since the Supermoon had an influence on it.

There will be more such phenomena in the future if global warming remains at a record high. Rising sea levels are the new norm indeed. With the sea present where there is land, human beings will have to make adjustments. The octopus in the garage is a very simple example.

Who knows if we will have a Sharknado phenomenon in the future where Great White Sharks come to haunt skyscrapers thereby endangering the lives of the inhabitants of these buildings.

Kathleen Sullivan Sealey, University of Miami associate biology professor, told The Miami Herald that she "examined the photos and identified the octopus as likely one of two species common in South Florida waters.

"And she said Miami Beach residents ought to get used to seeing strange new creatures making sporadic appearances as rising sea levels push ocean waters deeper and more frequently onto land, along with some of the creatures that live in them."

The octopus was probably covertly present in a drain pipe and came out to sample the fresh air when the water levels rose beyond normal. Others have even observed shoals of fish in similar venues.

It seems that marine life forms are finding succor on land after the temperatures got out of control in the seas and water inlets. Miami is a city that is facing these water crises at present. The citizens of this city will have to get used to such occurrences as time moves on.

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