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NASA study says Moon wobble may trigger surge in coastal flooding in 2030s

14/07/2021 04:55 PM | Click to read full article

According to a NASA study, there may be a surge in high-tide floods in the mid-2030s. It has looked to warn coastal communities in the world. This seems to be triggered by the moon’s wobble.

The study says the increase in the flooding will start after a lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by the climate crisis. These floods will sometimes occur in clusters lasting for over a month or longer in the 2030s.