Thursday, October 26, 2017

Trump should build that wall at Mar-a-Lago

Because his resort in southern Florida
Mar-a-Lago is located in Florida
might be subject to climate change-induced floods, no?'
Climate change could lead to sea level rises that are larger, and happen more rapidly, than previously thought, according to a trio of new studies that reflect mounting concerns about the stability of polar ice.
In one case, the research suggests that previous high end projections for sea level rise by the year 2100 — a little over three feet — could be too low, substituting numbers as high as six feet at the extreme if the world continues to burn large volumes of fossil fuels throughout the century.

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