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Edit: in 2100 I'd be 108 and possibly still alive. How alien are the 1990s gonna seem to young people then? Like the early 1900s is a completely different world to the present day. Scary to think of all the change that's gonna happen considering what's already changed since I was born.
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No significant change for me. A bit easier to take out the boat.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin

where i currently live is fine. especially my apartment because its at the top of a huge hill.

everything along the Delaware from Trenton down is p much fucked and the Putnam up by New Brunswick looks like it'd cause some problems.

doesn't show up quite right on the map, but my hometown would probably be completely underwater.
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RIP the Netherlands.
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RIP the Netherlands.

And much of South Louisiana, including New Orleans.

Meh. Good Riddance...
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And much of South Louisiana, including New Orleans.

Meh. Good Riddance...

Central Minnesota wouldn't be touched. So nothing changes for me.
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+60 and nothing happens where I live (in the UK or Finland). Boring

That said I don't think it works for the whole of Finland. Helsinki will be underwater so that's a plus
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At 9m, everything for about 50 miles around my apartment is underwater. I basically live between marshland on the coast and a huge swamp though, so yeah.
I will have a short walk to the beach (even at 50m since I live near a big hill)

edit: 60m water is in front of my door but we could probably just fill the bottom floor with concrete and build an extra storey.

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At 60m my house is literally beach front property

sweet, bring it on

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20m and I'm underwater.
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At 30m, my house is like 1 of 2 in the entire neighborhood still above water
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assuming my family keeps the house were good

where I'm gonna move to I'll either be flooded or an island

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+20 I'm about 2 minutes from the shore

+30 I'm underwater, but near enough that I get one of those stilts houses
I'll be fine but my local will be submerged so I may as well be dead.
they're coming to take me away
+60, my current home will still be several miles from a significant body of water.
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RIP the Netherlands.
we already drained the fucking place once we can do it again

with +60m my current home would be a kilometre or two from the new seaside but most of the nearby towns would be gone
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+30m wipes out the house of someone I don't like very much.

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I'll be fishing until the ground that's been so dried up by the warming, soaks up all the water
Safely in the middle of San Antonio, TX.
Although my folks in Corpus Christi will have to do something about that.
There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
At 7m I'd be fine. The flooding stops just before any of the houses in my local area. Convenient.

At 20m part of my road would be flooded but not the bit where I live. Also convenient.
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My grandmother's building in Manhattan is good up to 60m so I know where I'm going.
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My grandmother's house already gets flooded every year and it's right by the beach. She lived on her roof for 4 weeks last year because of floods, so her place would def be wiped out before 7m.

You know what's funny, I used to live on a tiny island and my old neighborhood is the single spot on the entire island that wouldn't be wiped out by 20m. Maybe I should go back there.
Even with a 60m increase in the ocean, I wouldn't be touched. Then again, my hometown is in northeastern Pennsylvania, so I got most of the mountains covering my ass.
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Atlantis be comin' in +13m I reckon mhm
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at +30 i'll be right on the new-atlantic
i don't know why i feel so dry
+7 and I got a beach 5 mins away

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