Climate change is scary, people, and here’s a map that may give you a little chill down your spine. Jeffrey Linn, a Seattle resident with a background in geography and urban planning, visualized NYC in a “doomsday scenario” using actual geographic data. Linn’s map shows what NYC would look like if sea levels rose 100 feet — as you can see, Manhattan would be almost completely submerged with just a few small islands left uptown. The only thing funny about the map is the nicknames Linn gives each underwater nabe: for example, Bushwick would become “Flushwick” and the West Village “Wet Village.” See more of the map here.