Transcript for scene 49 of the video " Floods and Ice Age - Part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The drive for economic survival

The drive for economic survival will likely power the move to place evermore of the world's agriculture unto the sea, together with the endangered cities, for no other reason than to eliminate the need for flood control measures that may not be physically possible in many cases, and to have dependable freshwater supplies available where drought conditions are increasing at the same time. This will likely drive the redevelopment of the world onto the sea, and this well before the next Ice Age actually begins.

The Ice Age is essentially too far off the scale of historic experiences to impel the redevelopment of the world for its imperatives, but a potential for epic floods to happen sooner, in evermore cases, in biblical proportions and on a continental scale that endangers the world food supply, may have that potential to get the ball rolling for the needed transformation of the world that must be largely completed before the next Ice Age begins in the 2050s.

 

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