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A Drop

It's time to swim...

A NASA study predicts a lunar cycle that happens only once every 18.6 years could worsen floods from climate change's rising seas. The impacts will likely be felt in B.C.'s low-lying communities.

According to Jess McIver, an assistant professor of astronomy at UBC, "this is a totally predictable effect!"

Moon is wobbling for millions and millions of years, so nothing new. Climate is changing as well. It is natural, so get used to it and better learn to swim!

The Flow

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