FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2012 file photo, a young man watches as waves hit his house and an oil tanker in Manila, Philippines, as Typhoon Saola moves through the country. Humans have an affinity for water. But in these recent jumbled days, the collapsed houses, flooded subway tunnels and washed-out roads left in Sandy's wake remind us once again: Our deep-seated human desire to be near the water _ to be attracted and comforted by it, to build alongside it and crave its attractions _ has an undeniable dark side. (AP Photo/Pat Roque, File)

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FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2012 file photo, a young man watches as waves hit his house and an oil tanker in Manila, Philippines, as Typhoon Saola moves through the country. Humans have an affinity for water. But in these recent jumbled days, the collapsed houses, flooded subway tunnels and washed-out roads left in Sandy's wake remind us once again: Our deep-seated human desire to be near the water _ to be attracted and comforted by it, to build alongside it and crave its attractions _ has an undeniable dark side. (AP Photo/Pat Roque, File)
FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2012 file photo, a young man watches as waves hit his house and an oil tanker in Manila, Philippines, as Typhoon Saola moves through the country. Humans have an affinity for water. But in these recent jumbled days, the collapsed houses, flooded subway tunnels and washed-out roads left in Sandy's wake remind us once again: Our deep-seated human desire to be near the water _ to be attracted and comforted by it, to build alongside it and crave its attractions _ has an undeniable dark side. (AP Photo/Pat Roque, File)
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