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The United States is experiencing its deadliest year for tornadoes since 1936 and the fifth worst year on record, officials said Thursday. With the tornado season far from over, the 2011 toll rose to 523 Thursday. It includes four new victims who died in hospital nearly two weeks after the deadliest single twister in more than six decades destroyed much of Joplin, Missouri.
Originally posted by yourmaker
I literally just posted this in another thread but it suits this one as well I suppose.
"think about it, the climates are gradually moving and changing, conflicting with each other in the change of seasons.
the pattern is no longer that, it's becoming more dissonant due to new factors and variables in the climate.
just imagine the effects of all the events that have been taking place on top of naturally evolving climatic systems."
what I mean is that what we know as "normal" now, may not be in a little while but for all the bad changes that happen, good ones will be as equal.