• Michele M.
    2 days

    It was 24 degrees here yesterday and y'all really talking about global warming 🥶🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Thomas M.
    2 days

    It's OK. Well just mutate to webbed feet and gills. It'll be fine, we'll adjust. Thats what humans do!

  • Bryan B.
    4 days

    Cool story bro

  • Leopoldo A.
    6 days

    Y todo por la dictadura cubana...

  • Jenny J.
    01/18/2022 19:53


  • Cassandra G.
    01/18/2022 16:23


  • Andres M.
    01/18/2022 01:23

    La naturaleza vuelve y recupera lo que le pertenece eso es lo que sucede Miami era una selva y la llenaron de tierra hicieron esa ciudad y algún día vuelve para atraer recuperar lo que le pertenece

  • Aaron K.
    01/18/2022 01:14

    Miami was supposed to be underwater by 2005….. hey I’m a super wealthy important person let me buy a multimillion dollar house on the coasts or islands cuz u know global warming oh wait climate change

  • Dave R.
    01/18/2022 01:00

    Just like it did at the end of the last ice age. Sea level was higher at one time

  • Leon D.
    01/18/2022 00:53

    And yet the price of homes and land continues to skyrocket....SMDH

  • Andrew K.
    01/18/2022 00:28

    Another doomsday prophecy that will never come to fruition.

  • Sean F.
    01/17/2022 18:50


  • Matthew S.
    01/17/2022 15:03

    It's not climate change at all. It's because of building and development on land that should not have been built on and in the cache of much of Florida, they continue to build on without long term thought or consideration. It's all the same about of water that has always been in the eco system. It's just being pushed and shaped so that eventually you have flooding where there was no flooding.

  • Mike M.
    01/17/2022 13:39

    Miami will look EXACTLY THE SAME in 2100… 2200…. And 2300 regarding sea levels. Any sea rise or fall is a natural cycle that can be viewed in any geologic record. Google a graph using the words “sea level 100,000 years ago”. The chart look will like a EKG graph… up and down cycles over and over. Welcome to the natural world.

  • Richard I.
    01/17/2022 02:07

    Once upon a time.......

  • Stephen R.
    01/17/2022 00:28

    this is bs why rich dems buying on the coast is a con job

  • John B.
    01/16/2022 22:25

    That's probably why ocean front property is so expensive. Just ask Obama, he just bought some. And if a science institution disagrees the government will take away their funding.

  • Tariq M.
    01/16/2022 22:17


  • Joe B.
    01/16/2022 20:06

    Don’t care about Florida

  • Tyler K.
    01/16/2022 17:22

    This is the same old crap that Al Gore talked about back in the 90s. In the end he got rich and none of it ever happened. If any of this were true why do presidents and celebrities insist on spending hundreds of millions of dollars on Oceanfront properties?

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