How The West Coast Will Look Under 25 Feet Of Water

Back in April, artist Nickolay Lamm put together a collection of illustrations of what some of the East Coast’s popular tourist destinations would look likeĀ under 25 feet of water, the potential sea level rise expected in the next few centuries. Since then, he’s added a few new destinations along the West Coast in California.”

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    How about we just flood it now. And leave it that way.
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    Sketch!
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    This is global warming.
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    Interesting simulations ~ evolution of earth & climate changes ~~ livedreamlove
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