6 comments

  • Stephany M.
    12/06/2018 11:55

    Why is Texas always left out? Houston is the 4th largest city in the US. Come on Brut Nature, you can do better than that.

  • Lindsay S.
    12/06/2018 12:24

    Dear Brut, Love your other stuff but you really need to look into why climate change is happening on all the planets in our solar system.

  • Israel P.
    12/06/2018 14:34

    Some regions were left out but https://nyti.ms/1v90Wjw If El Morro knowing how high that place is will be underwater, it means that most of PR will be gone with the exception of the mountain range.. and it wont be by 2050, this data is not correct but the coasts in the other hand between erosion you can tell its not the same from like when I was growing up.

  • Brian M.
    12/07/2018 04:37

    Garbage

  • David S.
    12/07/2018 11:10

    It is ok. The majority of the population will blame all this on Atheists and pray to their god to help them.

  • Craig D.
    12/08/2018 00:40

    Thirty one years (almost) from now the predictions are dire, almost as or even more dire than the predictions of thirty one years ago. Those were not even close, ridiculous even when you see how far from reality the actual results turned out. Who really knows enough to understand what is in the future? One thing is certain, it is not these guys. Look up the “Roman warming” or the “medieval warming”. The actual history of climate change does not give these predictions much support.