The MTA flooded a subway stop on purpose because 'climate change is real.' Here's how they're prepping New York for the next Superstorm Sandy.

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· On Wednesday afternoon, New Yorkers encountered a fully submerged subway station in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
· One commuter tweeted out a photo of the flooded stairs, asking the city's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to explain themselves.
· The MTA responded that it had flooded the platform for four hours to...

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