Every geographical region has to be concerned with some form of natural disaster. Coastal regions in particular have to worry about typhoons and hurricanes.
This year, like every year the world has had to cope with some particularly dangerous natural disasters.
The reason why we don't need to destroy our own environment: the earth will do it for us on occasion.
Real scientists go out in the middle of the field to test their hypothesis. These students went out to measure wind speeds during Hurricane Isaac on August 29, 2012 in New Orleans.
After a Chinese fisherman was stranded from his fishing boat, a rescue team came out and saved him from Typhoon Bolaven. On Jeju Island, Seogwipo near South Korea, 5 people were killed during the typhoon and 10 people went missing.
This Haitian woman was living in a tent camp for people affected by the January 2010 earthquake. Her tent has been destroyed by Tropical Storm Isaac on August 26, 2012.
Week-long Typhoons forced hundreds of people inside a basketball court converted into an evacuation center in Quezon City, Philipines on August 6, 2012. Number of deaths: approximately 45.
Electricians repairing fallen electric poles in Wenling China on August 2012 after Typhoon Haikui. More than 1 billion dollars in damage was accrued.
Typhoon Tembin in Pingtung country, Taiwan.
August 24, 2012.
The city's furniture, homes and belongings destroyed.
Students volunteering to collect garbage washed ashore by the typhoon surge in Paranaque, Philipines on August 25, 2012. Over 500 tons of garbage wahsed up on shore.
Meteorologists at the Center For Severe Weather Research place instrumentation pods on top of a levee in Plaquemines Parish, La. before Hurricane Isaac.
Ok you have to admit. Kite surfing in the middle of a hurricane is pretty bad a** move.
This guy is ridiculous.