SEARISE - EXODUS John Newman

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Published: August 6th 2014

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SEARISE - EXODUS  by  John Newman

SEARISE - EXODUS by John Newman
August 6th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 434 pages | ISBN: | 3.72 Mb

Previously the Indian Ocean Seafloor erupted, displacing a massive amount of seawater permanently. The countries surrounding the Indian Ocean basin were devastated by huge tsunamis. Tens of millions perished. Many more will perish in the comingMorePreviously the Indian Ocean Seafloor erupted, displacing a massive amount of seawater permanently.

The countries surrounding the Indian Ocean basin were devastated by huge tsunamis. Tens of millions perished. Many more will perish in the coming hours. The initial surge of high water has rushed into the South Pacific and South Atlantic and has crossed the equator. A second, much higher surge of seawater, trapped by the bathtub shaped top of the Indian Ocean is behind it.

The devastation was being monitored by the Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii and the Tucson Arizona Seismic Station and continuous warnings were being sent worldwide through official channels and CNN. The new permanent sea level is expected to be 40 to 50 feet higher.Many persons seek refuge in high rise buildings because high ground is too far away and escape routes are gridlocked.

Richard is trapped in New York City with numerous others. Sherri and her young son find themselves trapped on a Mississippi River levee surrounded flood waters. Paul, off the coast of New Zealand, is with two others on a tugboat that began to leak after being hit by the initial surge of high water. They are taking turns manning a manual bilge pump while heading back to shore, unaware that the second and higher surge is approaching.After the high water arrives and begins to settle out, rescue and relocation efforts begin but the task is beyond overpowering.

Many difficulties need to be overcome. Many survivors are left with only the clothes they are wearing. There is overcrowding in the nearby towns and cities and a forced migration to locales further inland is begun. Wildlife that escaped the flood waters crowd into populated areas.

Hungry alligators in Florida become aggressive. Power plants are flooded and those that are left operating get overloaded. The electrical power grid has to be broken into separate and isolated entities.Washington, D.C. floods and President Kirby relocates to Camp David.

Congress scatters. A new temporary seat of government is needed. Georgia and Tennessee become the only route to safety available to the masses fleeing Florida when Alabama and South Carolina close their borders. It’s a presidential election year but campaigning for office during such a crisis is not as important as survival to all except those who seek or want to hold on to their public offices with all the perks.

How are displaced people supposed to vote and who will their representatives be when entire voting districts no longer exist? The Governor in California is especially angry as the flooded areas are not declared disaster areas so federal assistance for rebuilding there is not authorized.With the Persian Gulf oil wells shut down or flooded and ships stranded or short of fuel, international trade grinds almost to a compete halt.

China faces famine as food shipments from Brazil are lost. In addition the shrinking glaciers in the Himalaya lowering water levels so much that crops in China can’t be adequately watered. Other troubles abound.While rescue and resettlement efforts are ongoing and just when things seem to begin to settle down, earth upheavals begin anew. Earthquakes from Northern India to Turkey trouble that region while hurricanes trouble the eastern U.S.

A new ominous problem is detected by seismic sensors. Volcanic activity in the Arctic seafloor seems to be increasing and a nervous watch is begun. Then, overlooked, due to the ongoing pressing problems and worries, the South Atlantic seafloor breaks apart and rises, creating another series of tsunamis. Data Analysis indicates that the displaced water will be at least double that of the Indian Ocean quake. Then water begins flowing out of the Arctic Ocean basin as well. Should that entire basin empty out the sea level could go up an additional 200 feet to almost 330 above what it had been two months earlier.



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