By: Aaron Conor
Anyone who lives near the ocean knows that the reality of a hurricane striking them is a distinct possibility. And if you are currently one of these individuals then you probably have a plan in place in case a hurricane does strike your area. If...
By: Art Hill - 284242
I missed Hurricane Katrina by an inch. I had lived in the Biloxi, Mississippi area for a few years when the horrific Hurricane Katrina roared in, in late summer of 2005. It came with all its fury of 135 mph winds, bludgeoning rain, and a...
By: Blythe Poirier
It is Friday, August 17 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Hurricane Dean is poised over the Caribbean gaining steam with a path pointed in the direction of Houston, Texas. Two years ago hurricane Rita started in a similar fashion. Some silly arrogant person felt the need...
By: Kelly A. Mello
Though hurricane seasons differ from location to location, we can all prepare for them the same. It is important to do so in the event that a particularly devastating one, like Katrina, strikes your community. Hopefully you will never find yourself in a situation such...
By: Joseph Malek
I once lived on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Back in 1993 the, "No Name Storm," caused extensive damage to my home. Believe me, the beautiful view of the Gulf was not worth the heartache and the losses that I suffered thereafter.I was...
By: Sherrolyn Mincey
Predictions help, but cannot be completely accurate because Nature has a mind of its own.I have survived 3 major hurricanes. Andrew in South Florida in 1992, Ivan in 2004 in Pensacola and Dennis in 2005 in Pensacola. I think these are the correct years...
By: Carol Noble
For such a small island Great Britain has an extremely diverse climate. The sun comes up a lot later in the north than in the south: it can be fine in one place and just a few miles away, literally, it can be snowing a...
By: Jerry Hodge
I find the recent change in weather patterns, both alarming and fascinating. As an amateur scientist I have a premise, for what I believe to be a big part of the cause. That cause is hydrocarbons. But not just hydrocarbons, but the rate of hydrocarbons...
Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Joseph Malek
Without a doubt, hurricanes are directly or indirectly responsible for killing more people. Not only do they kill people, but they have also injured thousands of people in many more ways than just physically.They destroyed tens of thousands of homes and businesses, and believe...
By: William Remski
There are several ways we can stop the effects of greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide on our environment. Global warming does not have to inspire thoughts about the end of the world. If human beings created the problem, they can think of ways to cure...

 

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