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These islands have been changing for years and years. The outer edge erodes and the inner land side builds up.
It's not changing the land is just sinking. What idiots
Not the only place... but sad and terrifying!
Hahah good luck, the president is busy building a useless wall, plus hes not too keen on climate change, so you can kiss your island goodbye
Mmm. Cheesecake bay.
Mary M. Trochowski is this anywhere near you?
Because we have not learned from the History of the earth. Climate changes, water levels rise and lower. It will happen whether we try to prevent it or not.
I like the ocean. I want more of it. Don't live on islands. They won't be around.
! Wow...so close by! Didn't know there was an example of this happening in the continental states...
Maybe it's time we start making fresh water from our ocean
- how close is this place to you all?
Awww. A bunch of trump supporters getting ignored. Haha!!
I've been here. It's neat but it'll be gone in my
Lifetime. All the dead bodies will pop up.
sounds like a problem is sorting itself out!
Let them die
...the land is sinking...I..just...what
They should tell Trump to build them a wall that will be 1000 feet high that will keep all the very bad hombre sea water out.
Well I suggest they pack up and leave because Trump can care less.
Tangier is suffering more from erosion, but it it's happening at a faster pace than predicted. When I came to the US in 2000, that island was much larger than it is today, and the uptick in hurricanes hasn't helped them; a sizeable chunk of the island right now is underwater. If they're projecting only 50 years, it's unfortunately to late for the island.
Equating erosion and climate change... For the purpose of maintaining a narrative. Fake news.