I haven't seen this, but it apparently really scares people. It all seems part of the master plan to frighten people into believing the global warming mythology. I must say it has been effective.
Getting a jump on waterfront property speculation
Posted by Corey McKrill at 3:50 PM on 27 Mar 2007
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One of the most memorable scenes in An Inconvenient Truth is when Al Gore makes the sea level rise 20 feet and inundate various low-lying regions of the world, including Manhattan and Florida. It was suitably squirm-inducing, especially if the viewer happened to live in one of the areas shown. For the rest of us, or at least for me, however, the lingering question has been, "what would it look like where I live?" Now, thanks to Google's mapping API and the ingenuity of one Alex Tingle, we have Flood Maps, where you can view any part of the world and raise the sea level in 1 meter increments, up to 14 meters (about 46 feet).