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New Orleans Disaster Prediction

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New Orleans Disaster Prediction

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Here's is an article from the National Geographic in 2004.www3.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0410/feature5/index.html Marti in Mexico
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That's quite a long article. Want to summarize it?
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It is my understanding that this disaster has been predicted for years.Probably more of a political discussion, but our country's apparent unpreparedness for the obvious doesn't exactly make me feel warm and fuzzy.
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Any city that is built below sea level is destined for disaster IMO. Last time I checked water runs downhill. Chris
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