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Re: Holy Water Levels, Again.

Originally Posted by hellosailor View Post
....... And this is nothing new, really. There are towns, cities, in Europe that were great ports in the middle ages--and now are miles from the shore. Some continue as vigorous towns. Others, like Venice, are having to make hard choices today.
Youíre exactly right. It start arguments, when this point is made. The shoreline will continue to change. Period. Plan for it, stop kidding ourselves weíll stop it. Slowing down the inevitable is best case and still the odds are strongly against even pulling that off.

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