posted on May, 18 2010 @ 07:49 PM
reply to post by SentientBeyondDesign
Howdy SBD! I was wondering the same thing the other day, whether there were indeed more disasters happening or has technology just made everything
more available to a wider range of people, faster. It seems there are indeed more disasters occurring.
NATURAL DISASTERS UP MORE THAN 400%
(NaturalNews)" The number of natural disasters around the world has increased by more than four times in the last 20 years, according to a report
released by the British charity Oxfam. Oxfam analyzed data from the Red Cross, United Nations and researchers at Louvain University in Belgium. It
found that the earth is currently experiencing approximately 500 natural disasters per year, compared with 120 per year in the early 1980s. The number
of weather-related disasters in 2006 was 240, compared with 60 in 1980."
PROBABLY TIME TO START WORRYING ABOUT NATURAL DISASTERS
"Any week in which a tsunami is only the fourth deadliest natural disaster should probably serve as a bit of a warning sign. Unfortunately, all the
excitement of the past few days --" Micheal Bear, Human Rights
WHICH US VOLCANOES ARE MOST DANGEROUS
I personally am in line with the pole shifting crowd(magnetic and physical) I feel this way because of what I see as well as the Documentary Event
Horizon with Dr. Brooks Agnew.
( Hmmm, can't seem to find it anywhere online, that's odd)
A SIMPLE ANALOGY OF 2012 ASTRONOMY(elementary but still good illustration)
[edit on 18-5-2010 by speculativeoptimist]