posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 08:03 AM
Super-Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda is the largest on record. The disaster in the Philippines is one of the worst, some say on par with the 2004 Indonesia
tsunami. The experts say it's not gonna stop, just get worse. The elephant in the room is climate change. Whether or not climate change is man-made,
whether or not human effort can fix or affect the "problem," this planet's island nations are threatened along with coastal populations. Whatever
the cause, millions and millions of people are facing storm floods like we've never seen before.
Should we take responsibility and think about what it all means? Relocate people and cities before disaster strikes? Or keep our heads stuck
firmly up our butts and continue as if nothing is coming?