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When the high ocean waters flood the New York City subway systems, then global climate change will wake people up.

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That's some interesting data right there!

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On ‎2‎/‎7‎/‎2020 at 8:19 AM, jimski2 said:

When the high ocean waters flood the New York City subway systems, then global climate change will wake people up.

Don't you mean "again."  The subways flooded on a Nor'easter a few years back. 

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      On ‎2‎/‎7‎/‎2020 at 8:19 AM, jimski2 said:

"When the high ocean waters flood the New York City subway systems, then global climate change will wake people up."

 

Don't you mean "again."  The subways flooded on a Nor'easter a few years back. 

 

 

 

Don't YOU MEAN AGAIN AND AGAIN,        People did not seem to wake during the last "Global climate change" either

 

The Great Lakes formed approximately 10,000 years ago, following the last glacial period, as ice sheets carved the lakes and the ice melted and filled the basins. The basins of Lakes Ontario, Huron, and Superior extend to below sea level; as such scooping-out could not have been the work of a river, it is attributed to glaciers.

 

Jerry

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Sorry, Jerry, you lost me there, I was referring to the flooding of the subway systems, fairly recently.

 

If people really thought in those terms of possible high water, we'd all be living south of Ridge Road.

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