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Moon wobble: NASA predicts surge in coastal flooding in 2030s

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LOS ANGELES - A "wobble" in the moon’s orbit in the mid-2030s will cause high tide floods amid rising sea levels, according to a study from NASA published on July 7.

NASA warned that cities along the U.S. coast could experience floods weekly. "When the Moon and Earth line up in specific ways with each other and the Sun, the resulting gravitational pull and the ocean’s corresponding response may leave city dwellers coping with floods every day or two," NASA researchers wrote.

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