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Can Miami Beach beat sea level rise?

Can Miami Beach beat sea level rise?

(6:28) Miami Beach is already seeing the adverse effects of climate change. Most of the city sits just four to five feet above sea level on a foundation of porous limestone - making it especially susceptible to tidal flooding and surging oceans.

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (528 days ago)
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Since climate change deniers tend to support water-boarding, we should round up all the climate change deniers and water-board them with sunny flood salt water until they sign criminal confessions.

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Since climate change deniers tend to support water-boarding, we should round up all the climate change deniers and water-board them with sunny flood salt water until they sign criminal confessions.

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