FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, a woman walks past a house collapsed by Superstorm Sandy in East Haven, Conn. 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/Jessica Hill, File)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, a woman walks past a house collapsed by Superstorm Sandy in East Haven, Conn. 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/Jessica Hill, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, a woman walks past a house collapsed by Superstorm Sandy in East Haven, Conn. 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/Jessica Hill, File)
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