how big does the typhoon thelma damaged
typhoon thelma (uring) in Philippines
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
Super Typhoon Haiyan is headed directly there.For those who don't know, the population of the Philippines is 100,000,000 strong.According to Quantcast, 874,282 HP cookies are there. And, yes, we have many, many writers from the Philippines here.It's the middle of the night there now (this post made...
by Khen Ramos 4 years ago
What have you done for the people affected by Typhoon Haiyan?I am a Filipino and proud to be one. The typhoon is internationally named as "Haiyan" but here in the Philippines is called as typhoon "Yolanda". Considered to be one of the most strongest typhoons in this planet, it...
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
I know there are many Hubbers in the Philippines. It's daybreak there now, so if any of you can get online, please let us know how you are and what the situation is now. The reports I hear say that over 10,000 people have died in the typhoon and many more are homeless and without food and...
by Brandon Lobo 4 weeks ago
There are a lot of posts about the Hurricane in the US, but there are quite a few people from the Philippines on HP, also on the forums. And they have a typhoon with winds stronger than Hurricane Florence. I hope all of them are okay. Flash floods, landslides and worse are predicted.
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Typhoon Roke Heads for Damaged Japanese Nuclear ReactorA Million Ordered to Evacuateby Helen Kennedyhttp://www.commondreams.org/headline/2011/09/20-9Like something out of a Hollywood disaster movie, a million people in Japan were told Tuesday to flee the path of a typhoon heading straight for...
by beth 3 years ago
Why every typhoon its hits in the philippines?Updated 11:24 a.m.) Typhoon Hagupit, locally codenamed Ruby, intensified into a super typhoon Thursday morning (PHL time), and could intensify further later this week, the US Navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Center indicated. In its 2 a.m. update on...
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