18 A New Lake in Moscow?

A New Lake in Moscow?

Posted on August 13, 2007 by


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Yet another flood occurred in the Russian capital near Dmitrovskoe highway. This time the reason was a hole in the effluent disposal line. As a consequence, the roads have turned to the rivers and the big lake have been formed down the street for a while.

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18 Responses to “A New Lake in Moscow?”

  1. bullet in your head says:

    that’s all caused by global warming.

    thanks Mr. Bush

    • Pros says:

      Do you know IGOR?

    • Bullwinkle says:

      It’s all caused by the lack of developing countries (we’ll consider Russia as a barely developing country) to accept basic energy efficient measures like weather sealing, insulation, and earth friendly refrigerants.

    • Sarah Asimov says:

      You mean solar warming. Scientists have known for a long time that the Sun goes in to warming and cooling cycles. The temperature of the sun has been on the rise. And the polar ice caps of Mars have been melting too. Both Mars and Venus have seen temperature increases that are of the same parallel rate which coincide with what we see on here Earth. As the Sun begins to flare down after a few hundred or thousand years, the earth will once again begin too cool.

      I should also mention that records exist to prove the earth was hotter before the renaissance than it is today.

    • Finnmerchant says:

      now i would say taht its caused by bad sewer systems

  2. sashok says:

    I wish i was there, looks like fun.

  3. Ben says:

    Do they even have drains? My city has only flooded once, and it was a terrible disaster a few months ago!

  4. heyyoucanchangeyourname says:

    Geez, so many floods in such a short time. It’s worrying.

  5. adios says:

    Moskva rulit!!!

  6. KGB says:

    ahhahaha pisec interestno tam riba est ?

  7. Learned Something says:

    WOW, thanks for the info above from ‘bullet in the head’. I had no idea that global warming causes holes in disposal lines which results in flooding. I will be preparing for the eminent bursting of all pipes in my town because of global warming.

  8. oldperson says:

    That last picture makes it look like Phillipines. Damn immigrants. Ponaexali.

  9. Bullwinkle says:

    How about more pictures of cute girls in the flood and fewer pictures of little children and old ladies?

  10. mad1982 says:

    OMG what this

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