Ever wonder what Ireland will look like in the year 2100? We were kinda picturing like flying cars, robots that will serve you ice cold whiskey gingers and some sort of way to teleport into work.
Well we're wrong. And we also need to make sure our great-great-great grandchildren know how to f**cking swim.
A new map of Ireland shows what the country might look like if sea levels continue to rise from global warming, and it's pretty scary.
Dublin? Gone. Galway? Nope. Drogheda? Unfortunately still there.
One user on Reddit cleverly noted that "Ireland will replace Thailand as the island-hopping destination to go to. This will be great for tourism."
Fair point, fair point.
This is an artist's impression so may not be scientifically accurate - we hope not anyway!