Earth Under Water – Worldwide Flooding | National Geographic (2010)
Miami, New Orleans and New York City completely under water it’s a very real possibility if sea levels continue to rise. In Earth Under Water we’ll see these events unfold as leading experts forecast how mankind will be impacted if global warming continues.

They’ll break down the science behind these predictions and explore ways humanity could adapt, including engineering vast dams near San Francisco, or building floating cities outside of New York. 

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  • Out Of Darkness 2 weeks ago

    I hate these stupid programs. The elephant is in the living room and they
    pretend “what elephant?” Gee, do you think the fact that there are 7.2 out
    of control human beings on this planet might have something to do with it?
    Huh, do ya?

  • xkguy 1 month ago

    ‘This time from humans burning fossil fuels creating CO2′…just like last time?…or could solar activity be primary and CO2 be a secondary phenomenon?

    To insist that we already know what is happening is foolish and dangerous. Only by allowing full discussion can we reach the consensus that would convince mankind to act. Unfortunately world governments are acting in ways that destroy the trust needed to do what needs to be done.

    First, every wacky theory MUST be considered and dealt with. Only then will enough people agree to work together. People like Gore, Cook (Apple) and Branson who claim to have all the answers and demand everyone else shut up…they are the problem.

  • LaTonya White 1 month ago

    We as humans will have to find a way to evolve through this. Only because the lack of understand what you are not told not to do.. The result Nature evolving faster than expected. Science does have a need to lie about facts, especially if you are looking at it each and every day.

    It is just sad the individuals in society who have to pay for the idiots mistakes due to greed.

  • Bryan Cloutier 1 month ago

    I’m not worried, I packed my water wings…

  • Frank Dalla 1 month ago

    Why do people think that they are somehow important to the Planet, and the Universe? All of this is a crisis for humanity, and we’ve had a good run, so what’s to complain about? Eventually the sands of time will erase all we know, or think we know, and people will be no more…. So if disagreeing and arguing is what it finally comes of the effort to extend and improve our environment, then we’re no brighter than any other helpless spicies on Earth, and we’ll deserve whatever we get.