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Champaign, IL as all of Illinois will not fare well either during the shift or afterwards. Being flat land, subject to a number of rivers bordering the state or crossing it, and bordering one of the Great Lakes, it will find that water is moving across it from one direction or another during the shift itself, and then will be inundated to the point of being under water during the polar melt that takes place within the two years following the shift. Where hills will afford some protection from flood waters during the shift itself, especially if 200-300 feet above the flat land, no comfort should be taken in this safety as the waters will linger on the land, spreading raw sewage about where towns exist and drowning livestock so that disease will surround the hills. Those who would survive should plan on moving to other areas, if not before the shift, shortly afterwards, by boat.