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Anybody care for Mexico ????..tasman1


#21 by Micshad » Thu Sep 21, 2017 07:49

it's not out of the ordinary for all these natural occurrences. Every so often, the planet needs to "let off steam" in the form of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. It's a way of preserving the planet. If these things didn't happen, the planet wouldn't survive as the pressure would build up until finally ripping the whole planet apart.

Other occurrences like the fires and hurricanes happen because of 24/7 news cycles and the Weather Channel and people are more aware of them happening. Before satellites to watch weather patterns and allow cable transmissions around the world, we didn't know about them, only happenings in our local areas. Because there are thousands of people living in the western part of the U.S., we are more aware of wild fires. People are building in places that were once "wilderness" so of course, when wild fires and tornadoes happen in those areas, everyone is more aware.

I checked the Weather Underground, a site that collects data on hurricanes and this season is mild compared to many others. Deaths are minor compared to other years. There is also a site that collects earthquake data called Johnstons Archives and they tracked earthquakes from 1970 to today of magnitude and deaths. The USGS also has a site but they only list the years 1990-2015. I did note that they list PA as having no earthquakes but they do. York and Lancaster Counties have earthquakes all the time, but they are minor with no damages. They don't know what causes them. PA also has tornadoes, even though they are minor ones.
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#22 by Charez » Thu Sep 21, 2017 08:02

end of the world, take as many surveys as you can before it ends

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#23 by Arvind9 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 08:20

Celestial_Maiden_08 wrote: Disasters are natural phenomenons but the fact that they are happening more frequently is out of the ordinary. It may be a sign that these disasters happens more often due to climate change or because it is a sign that the end is near but not too soon. One thing is for sure, we all need to be united and have hearts full of love and care.

Why your country is prone to Typhoons which is same as Hurricane,Earthquakes,Tsunamis does it mean the end is near,no,Indonesia,Japan are very similar but no one every thought that the end was near
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#24 by Arvind9 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 08:26

CroqueMitaine wrote: end of the world, take as many surveys as you can before it ends


I am in no hurry I will take rebirth on earth and keep hearing the world is going to end,a very old story
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#25 by valerie » Thu Sep 21, 2017 09:50

IF you're going by what the book says, you would know it is not the end of the world.

According to THE book, weather will be Un-predictable. Altho we may be close to that,
we're not there yet, I don't believe.
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#26 by Nurlan72 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 14:49

Welcome to Kazakhstan, the safest country in terms of natural disasters. According to National Geographic.

And about care, in this world you can rely only on yourself, neither any government will not save you, remember the genocide in Rwanda at least.

Therefore - run, forest, run or die.
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