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quote:Originally posted by UltimaHeh it's not that complicated. All the land humans reclaimed from the sea which was once swamp/marsh/bog, is reverting back due to global warming. Any cities below sea level or close to the present one need to be relocated.
quote:Originally posted by TronixA dark time has dawned on us in the U.S. once again, this time dealt by the immense force of Katrina the Hurricane. The worst doomsday nightmares of civil engineers, climatologists, and ecologists, not to mention city officals, has seemed to come true, New Orleans is flooded and filled, and the threat of more water looms. I am interested in trying to know as much about this event as possible, and try to come up with possible solutions to the enviromental hazards to come. Whom has an idea, or even good maths to preict the effects of the enviroment by Katrina? If you do, lets discuss some soultions, and maybe even send them to the people in chatge of the relief efforts. might as well do somethign with our expertise, i think.