I wonder how many more hints, as a people, do we need to reallize that humanity as a whole, is in big trouble due to GLOBAL WARMING? Isn't hurricane Katrina, The Tsunami, the Haiti Earthquake enough?
2005 HURRICANE KATRINA
Hurricane Katrina was the sixth strongest hurricane ever recorded and the third strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the U.S. The final death toll was at 1,836, primarily from Louisiana (1,577) and Mississippi (238). It’s very difficult to determine the exact cause of the deaths but they were all caused either directly or indirectly by the Hurricane.
DECEMBER 26 2004 TSUNAMI
By the end of the day more than 150,000 people were dead or missing and millions more were homeless in 11 countries, making it perhaps the most destructive tsunami in history.
2010 HAITI EARTHQUAKE
The death toll from Haiti's catastrophic earthquake last month has reached 212,000, while the number of homeless may be far higher than the one million estimated by authorities, the prime minister has said.
and now Washington DC is in a middle of snow storm they haven't experience in the last two hundred recorded years.