Originally published 11/13/2013
Joshua B. Dermer
Thanks to the Jewish lunar-solar calendar, we won't see Thanksgivingukah again for 77,000 years.
Originally published 05/23/2017
Three-quarters of the world’s largest cities are located on sea coasts. Between 100 million and 200 million people live in places that likely will be underwater or subject to frequent flooding by the year 2100. Some estimates put that number at 650 million, nearly 10% of the world’s population. Mathew Hauer of the University of Georgia estimated that 13 million Americans might be displaced by 2100, mostly in southeastern states.
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