World’s first country that may be lost to climate change –
Ramtha predicted threatening sea levels in 1987

– “Climate change castaways consider move to Australia”
“THE President of what could be the first country in the world lost to climate change has urged Australia to prepare for a mass wave of climate refugees seeking a new place to live.

The Maldivian President, Mohamed Nasheed, said his government was considering Australia as a possible new home if the tiny archipelago disappears beneath rising seas.

”It is increasingly becoming difficult to sustain the islands, in the natural manner that these islands have been,” he told the Herald in an interview in Male, the Maldives capital,” quoting Ben Doherty in Male, Maldives for the Sydney Morning Herald.
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– “10 Places To Visit Before They Disappear”
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– “As sea levels rise, Kiribati eyes 6,000 acres in Fiji as new home for 103,000 islanders”
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– UPDATE: April 17, 2012
“Climate: Is the Greenland ice sheet slip-sliding away?”
“A team of Boulder-based researchers is trying to determine whether Greenland’s ice sheet is about to slip off the island and into the sea due to massive releases of meltwater from surface lakes,” quoting the Summit Voice.
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– UPDATE: January 29, 2013
“Sea change: the Bay of Bengal’s vanishing islands”
“Rapid erosion and rising sea levels are increasingly threatening the existence of islands off the coast of Bangladesh and India”
By John Vidal in Cox’s Bazar, UK’s Guardian.
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– UPDATE: June 15, 2013
“[Tonga’s Capital] Nuku’alofa could be wiped out by tsunami”
“New research is projecting that most of Tonga’s capital will be destroyed if a major earthquake generates a tsunami near the quake-prone nation.

The Secretariat of the Pacific Community has spent the last two years gathering data from Tonga’s seabed and coast to develop a prediction for what would happen if Nuku’alofa was hit by a tsunami.

It found if an 8.7 magnitude earthquake strikes in the Tonga trench a big part of Nuku’alofa would likely sink below sea level and be covered in water,” quoting TV-NZ.
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– Ramtha has spoken about moving away from the water since the mid-1980s
“Stay away from the water. Get away from it. The water is beautiful but in a moment it can rush a wave over the landmass and destroy everything in sight, including you. If the Earth’s crust is vulnerable, go inland and stay there because if it is unstable, the bulk of the wave or the reaction of the shockwave moving through the oceans will create a dangerous place to be.”
– Ramtha
Australia Q & A
July 22, 2007
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– Ramtha spoke about rising sea levels many times in the past
“The melting of the polar caps, the hole in the stratum, and the warming up in the next four years will be much quicker than your scientists will tell you. The melting of the great caps of snow is already occurring, which will raise the water level to two hundred feet.”

— Ramtha
Excerpt from: Ramtha, Update on Changes
Seattle, WA
November 1987

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