posted on May, 2 2013 @ 12:44 PM
With me, in the UK, I've lived in several parts of Britain and I've never encountered anything too serious - neither have any of my friends: so, no
floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, mass fires, tornadoes etc. That's not to say we don't have our fair share of floodings and general windiness and
Yet, I seem to have the perception that a lot of Americans - even in major cities - have had to move due to disasters and relocate and do all sorts.
Is this a correct perception? Have you had to move? Has your house been destroyed by something ever?
Is this a relatively new thing for the US (i.e. in the last 100/200 years), or have massive natural disasters and the like always been regular in that
region? It's like the New York hurricane in 2012 (Sandy) - I've never encountered such in London and I was shocked that such a popular and known city
could have encountered such (even though there have been similar hurricanes that have hit NYC in the past).
It just feels as if the US is always being battered and bruised by all sorts (even though it still remains the most powerful and wealthiest state on
(Or maybe I'm being overly dramatic - maybe I need to brush up on my geology and geophysics and meteorology and whatnot, eh?
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Additionally, should I be worried about Yellowstone?
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