Discussion in 'Environment' started by froggy, Mar 22, 2011.
Natural Disasters Up More Than 400 Percent in Two Decades
You should have posted it on the conspiracy forum froggy. The earth has always been in flux. I'm sure the poor people who saw the 100 ft tsunami from the Krakatoa eruption in 1883 thought the world was comith to an end. It was the loudest noise ever experienced in history. Vesuvious happened, the "great flood" probably happened, Sodom and Gomorrah probably happened. If you visit Central Park in NYC you will see groove marks in the limestone caused by a gigantic ice sheet that covered the east coast. The Neanderthals probably thought the world comith to an end if they could think. Everything is political including the breathless editorials that pass for news. More people have been impacted by natural disasters because....there are more people.
...and more of the earths surface is being populated, thereby putting more people in harms way.
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