around 4 feet. Still very serious, but not as terrifying as that video.
it will, someday.
May be palm trees on LI by then, but it will.
on the streets as hurricane hits. Unless they are living under a rock.
I fully expect there with be video of more then one idiot near the beach gawking at the cool waves.
Still not found.
Not to mention that people would not be sucked out of windows in a hurricane.
Someone obviously got tornadoes mixed up with hurricanes.
was coming. How in the world is that possible at this day and age?
I understand thrill seekers might be out, but the animation showed regular citizens appearing to be clueless about upcoming hurricane.
Those are the same exact people ( look closely) who aimlessly walk around in every movie about New York being attacked by:
evil villain who is fighting the Avengers/Superman/Batman/etc
as vehicles are smashed/exploded/tossed around/burned 3 feet from them.
Yet, when the danger has passed, they all re-appear, from some apparently close by place,
to cheer and applaud the hero/demise of the enemy.
The media is not doing a good job reporting this part of the story -- SHARE this and connect the dots between climate change and extreme weather, even if they won't!
Sources: http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/?index_region=at, http://www.climatecentral.org/news/historic-frankenstorm-hurricane-sandy-taking-aim-at-mid-atlantic-northeast-15161, http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2012/10/26/1097391/climate-change-frankenstorm-beyond-strange-unprecedented-bizarre/
But NYPD has bought row boats for this scenario.
Right now it looks midway to this, which is bad enough.
With clinical detachment.
For shits and giggles look up what happens to the East Coast if the Azores falls to the sea causing a massive tsunami
Take my word, this is nothing.