In North Carolina, a Political Storm ...

In North Carolina, a Political Storm Over Rising Seas

There are 1 comment on the Scientific American story from Jun 12, 2012, titled In North Carolina, a Political Storm Over Rising Seas. In it, Scientific American reports that:

SEA LEVEL RISE: Rising seas might mean more coastal flooding, though the North Carolina legislature objects to incorporating such predictions into coastal development planning.

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simpleman

Columbia, NC

#1 Jun 19, 2012
Do not worry about global warming or climate change.Take notice about what they are doing here and now.With the chemical spraying over this area for the past few days.You have seen no blue skies only milky white ones.thanks to the metals and chemicals.it will pollute the air,water and soil.Ruin your and your kids health.its called geo-engineering.or weather manipulation.welcome to agenda 21.and the new world order.but do not belive an old swamp rat like me.just google it yourself.

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