Suddenly, Nature Creating A New Barrier Island Is “Magic”

These are the same types of people who think that everything that happens is caused by/linked to anthropogenic climate change

“Magically”. From the article, which wisely doesn’t mention magic

North Carolina’s Cape Hatteras National Seashore has always been stunning, but now there’s a new wonder for visitors to explore.

A new island has appeared in the ocean almost overnight.

Spotted by eagle-eyed locals on the ground — and photographed by Chad Koczera — the sandbank has grown from tiny isle to large land mass.

Now visitors are braving the waters to explore this new addition to the shoreline.

It’s being called Shelly Island, which is really more of a large, like a one mile long, sandbar.

Dave Hallac, superintendent of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, told The Virginian Pilot that Cape Point’s shoreline is constantly changing.

Amazingly, they didn’t blame ‘climate change’ on this, but, how could this possibly happen when the same hysterics at CNN are constantly yammering on about doomy rising seas? Oh, right, nature does things. Oh, sorry, sorry, magic.

WTVD has a better description of what’s going on with Shelly Island, from a science and “nature is awesome!” POV.

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6 Responses to “Suddenly, Nature Creating A New Barrier Island Is “Magic””

  1. I thought Al Gore told us the coastlines would disappear? Seems like we have more coast than we had the day before!

  2. Jeffery says:

    Snowflake TEACH is apoplectic because CNN noted a sandbar. And he’s doubly bothered that no one attributed it to global warming. Must be a slow day in right-wingistan.

    • I guess you missed the “magic” part in your jump to going for an insult.

      • Jeffery says:

        magical: (ADJECTIVE) beautiful or delightful in such a way as to seem removed from everyday life

        They said “magically”. You said “magic”. Note that a musical can be “magical” without attributing what happened to supernatural phenomena. A meal can be “magical”, as can a night out dancing or a sunrise.

        Do you REALLY think they attributed the sandbar to supernatural phenomena? Jeez…

  3. JGlanton says:

    “Spotted by eagle-eyed locals”, LOL. It’s a mile long! A mile!

    I’ve spent a lot of time on the cape point and it’s a wonderful place.

    Heh, maybe if it grows they can move the lighthouse back to where it began.

  4. Blick says:

    Maybe the sea levels are falling and exposing more land. Ice pack is increasing so its a possibility. Hey, two facts and liberal logic gets you anything.

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