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When things get tough, lawmakers get creative. Faced with predictions that sea levels in the coastal areas of North Carolina will rise by a meter in the next century, legislators are considering bold action: making those predictions illegal. A bill being circulated in the Tarheel state would force scientists to estimate future sea levels on a linear path based on trends since 1900 — in other words, based on the simple assumption that trends always move in a straight line, no matter what.
Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
OK guys..here's what we'll do about this.....stick our fingers in our ears and it won't happen - sing along with me...la la la it isn't happening ....we can't hear you....la la la
I had to laugh so hard because before I got to the bottom I was already thinking the same thing. LA LA LA LA LA.
Kinda sad cause I was at the islands earlier this year and they were beautiful. I loved it. One thing we all might consider tho is looking at some stuff just inland itsmight be worth big bucks in a few years'
Originally posted by kdog1982
Of course they would do such a thing.
It's not until the tourist figure out that they're rv is underwater at the beach because the sea level rises.
Just like them saying the gulf of mexico is safe and clean.