That is certainly a tough question to answer and only one that the creator could possibly know. I do not like to be pessimistic in saying this. But without a doubt, there will always be Tornadoes, more intense hurricanes. And as we all know; the world has experienced more than her share of earthquakes, which will continue throughout the earth's existence. The Bible states that these are composite signs of the last days. And this is a book, that I do not doubt. If i was to take a rough guess however about where the next natural disaster would be..than I would have to say another earthquake, somewhere within the area that is called-"THE RING OF FIRE."
Well I agree in the ring of fire. I do believe that there has been a natural disaster in every spot in the ring of fire except for one spot. And unfortunately, that one spot is where I live. Around the Portland, OR area.
It will probably be a mixture of an earthquake and tsunami.
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