Physics question related to the geography of the Bay of Fundy?

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Would a rise of ten cms in average ocean levels produce high tides near Truro, N. S. 10X higher?

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    If average ocean levels were to rise by ten centimeters.... .would
    the multiplier effect of the geography of the Bay of Fundy continue at 10X to 15X?

    The fact that the Bay of Fundy funnels tidal waters plus......
    it is over 170 miles long, (274 kms), it produces high tide levels that are tenX to fifteenX over the difference in tidal waters where I live.

    So... could high tide levels near TRuro, N. S. to Moncton, N. B. be up by a meter or more if average ocean levels were to rise by ten centimeters?



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    The CBC recently did a short film and news segment related to this question.

    https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1888337987911

    When could Nova Scotia become an island?
     
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    If the theory is true that the addition of H2O to some parts of Antarctica have kept ocean levels relatively stable over these past decades then... this graph could turn out to be important to the full answer to this question.



    https://climate.nasa.gov/climate_resources/265/video-antarctic-ice-mass-loss-2002-2020/

    Video: Antarctic Ice Mass Loss 2002-2020

     
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    This short film explains the whole situation faced by land owners along parts of the Bay of Fundy perfectly ....




    Climate Crossroads: When could Nova Scotia become an island?
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    I am still promoting the Carl Cantrell alternative theory on stabilization of the climate here in Ontario......

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    Is turning deserts green a better response to stabilization of the climate than a Carbon Tax?

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      Well... at least it will produce food and the world population is growing!!!!!
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    4. Well.... at least turning deserts green could decrease hostilities in the Middle East!!!!
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      At least every cubic meter of ocean water that is desalinated and added to deserts is good news!!!
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      At least it would fight against BigGovernment control over our lives through a Carbon Tax.
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      At least this goes against the Bill Gates "Innovation to zero" theory!
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    It is truly encouraging that this idea by Carl Cantrell fits with an ancient Islamic prediction so....
    this alternative theory on stabilization of the climate could be combined with a plan to boost the economy of the Middle East.






    I just joined The New Blue here in Ontario



     

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