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Reunion Island may be a delightful habitat today, but will be a trap during the pole shift. Distanced by water from the African mainland or other sources of safety, those remaining on Reunion will find themselves roasted on the one side by exploding volcanoes and awash with foul waves as the Indian Ocean sloshes first toward the South Pole, then back, forcefully, into the chasm caused by the subducting India. Few will live, and those that do will be filled with regrets that they remained in their island paradise, lingering too long.