Scientists are watching a big part of Antarctica that has become unstable. If a large section breaks off the sea rise would come without warning. A 6 foot rise could hit Louisiana.
13:44 min mark he talks about Louisiana –
LINK – https://youtu.be/s-GzPF_ff3g
He is reading from this article – An Unforeseen Climate Beast Awakens! by Robert Hunziker
” . . . The Totten Glacier in East Antarctica is destabilizing. It alone carries enough ice melt (16 feet) to flood NYC and Tokyo, forget Miami, it’s already a goner. Totten is less than 10% of the mass of East Antarctica. Still, Totten brings more potential sea level rise than all of West Antarctica, where major destabilization of glaciers continues ongoing with gusto.
According to a recent telling article in Geophysical Research Letters: Yara Mohajerani, Isabella Velicogna, and Eric Rignot, “Mass Loss of Totten and Moscow University Glaciers, East Antarctica, Using Regionally Optimized GRACE Mascons,” https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL078173, July 25, 2018: Totten lost 18B tons of ice every single year from 2002-2016, a clear signal that risk of inordinate sea level rise is now officially “on the move.”“
charts from the pay-to-view science paper: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/action/downloadSupplement?doi=10.1029%2F2018GL078173&file=grl57517-sup-0001-supplementary.pdf
Would an event like that put so much water weight on the thin shelf that makes up the Gulf Coast as to break it off? Keep in mind from Louisiana to Texas the ground is full of holes from well digging.
A computer-enhanced multibeam bathymetry map of the northwestern and northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf and slope.
2016 – Louisiana Shares Texas’ Abandon Well Problem
New Sea Floor Maps
2013 – Dire Warning for Louisiana! Gulf of Mexico Collapse Scenario.