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Every map of Louisiana is a lie — what it really looks like should scare you

In 2014, "Matter" published an investigative piece on the state of Louisiana. What's so interesting about it? Well, its coastline is sinking faster than all the other contiguous 47 states, combined, which means what Louisiana actually looks like is completely false to what your grade school map depicts.  Follow Tech Insider:   On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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