You can never tell what the next big natural disaster will be. Who knows there could be a monster Blizzard along the east coast in the United States, an earthquake in California or any where along the 'ring of fire' in the Pacific, or even drought like the one being experienced in Texas. However I do think in the United States conditions are setting up for a very active severe weather season in the south east, which they don't need after all the violent tornadoes they got last year. I say this because the Gulf of Mexico, which feeds storm systems as the move across the country into the south east is still very warm, with no bitter cold cooling it off this year (at least yet!). This warmer water will add more moisture to the air, which could result in more storms for the south east.
More than any other sudden tragedy, it is slow and steady increase in population that is most disastrous for earth! That is the root cause of many other issues like global warming and destruction of forests
by Bill Holland 20 months ago
What is the worst weather-related natural disaster you have lived through?
by Tamara Wilhite 13 months ago
What was the natural disaster that occurred in "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy?What do you think was the natural disaster that occurred in "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy?
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
Have you ever experienced a major natural disaster?
by A Troubled Man 6 years ago
Why would God create such a hostile environment for humans such as the Earth? There are all kinds of natural disasters; earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, etc, that in the last decade alone have accounted for hundreds of thousands of deaths. Why couldn't God have created a safer Earth for humans?
by Obscure_Treasures 7 years ago
what is the reason behind it......
by Stephanie Launiu 4 years ago
Should people be allowed to rebuild their homes where risk of natural disaster is high?Homes built in high risk areas are often "accidents waiting to happen". Seaside homes in hurricane zones, homes on riverbanks that flood every few years, houses at the foot of mountains where heavy...
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