Sea Level Change in La Jolla Over the Last 140 Years

I’ve been going to the beach in La Jolla, California for more than half a century. The beach there hasn’t changed a bit. The animation above shows how little change has occurred since 1871.

First time I went there, Rachel Welch was the high school homecoming queen. The image below is an optical illusion. If you stare at it long enough, you might see a beach.

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10 Responses to Sea Level Change in La Jolla Over the Last 140 Years

  1. Beach? What beach? :-))

  2. NoMoreGore says:

    Amazing what you can catch with a good net.

  3. NoMoreGore says:

    Oh, and the shoreline looks emergent. Either that, or the ocean level fell.

  4. Mike M. says:

    There appears to be an unsustainable level of consumin’ and breedin’ going on. Plus there appears to be some Creationists frolicking in the waves, too. Obviously we wi-JesusMaryandJoseph! Raquel Welch is smokin’ hot! Where was I? Oh yeah, Joe Romm sucks!

  5. Douglas Dc says:

    If anything the area is greener. Used to live in Coos Bay, OR. had an acquaintance who lived in Malibu for years, always talking about how “Pristine” CB was . Trees greenery,
    and all that. Had an old-timer friend correct her. He had pictures like: CB 1890 green
    CB 1919(Post WW1 ) cut to the last stick in most areas. 1930- Reproduction going.
    1945 -some cutting again-still youngish reprod, 1960-to the last stick, etc..etc…

  6. SMS says:

    I saw Raquel the other night on TV still looking like a sailors dream. She mentioned in passing that she is now seventy years old.

    She puts a different spin on “growing old”.

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