Unprecedented catastrophe on East Coast
Every time I teach catastrophic events something big happens. We did a model of a hurricane hitting the East Coast a week before Sandy was born. I told the kids that route almost never happens. I also told them to watch for an event because a big one is coming.
I told my psychologist I once had a dream that we went to the moon to destroy it. The moon this time will cause a lot of higher tides and a stronger storm surge.
- Major Hurricane Sandy – ‘Frankenstorm’ – Threatens East Coast After Battering Cuba (insurancejournal.com)
- Update: Hurricane Sandy Death Toll at 41; ‘Super Storm’ Eyes East Coast (insurancejournal.com)
- Hurricane Sandy Nears East Coast (science.slashdot.org)
Posted on October 29, 2012, in Government Trough and tagged Atmospheric Sciences, Earth Sciences, East Coast, East Coast of the United States, Hurricanes, Meteorology, Sandy, Weather Phenomena. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.