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2 U.S. generals fired over Afghan base attack that left 2 dead

2 U.S. generals fired over Afghan base attack that left 2 dead | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Major General Charles 'Mark' Gurganus and Major General Gregg Sturdevant were asked to retire for failing to secure Camp Bastion against the attack.

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jorden scott stump's comment, October 1, 2013 4:19 PM
When you have a very important job like those two men, people are counting on you that you are taking your job very serious, or something like this could be the result.
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Survival Training Tips, 'WWZ'-Style! - Entertainment Tonight News

Survival Training Tips, 'WWZ'-Style! - Entertainment Tonight News | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Survival Training Tips, 'WWZ'-Style!
Entertainment Tonight News
While we all know (and hope) that a zombie invasion is the stuff of fiction, real disasters happen every day around the world.
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Note, Im not making this a serius topic about zombies taking over, im not crazy. LOLOLOLOL 

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Jack Sytsma's comment, September 27, 2013 10:34 AM
I disagree, I think that preparing for a zombie apocalypse is totally insane. It will probably never happen and the zombie take-over will only happen if the goverment allows it. It won't happen (if it even does) like it does in the movies because the army never takes much action in the defense of zombies in movies. In real life, the army would take out the zombie in a few moments.
Andrea Fuller's comment, October 1, 2013 10:34 AM
I highly doubt that we will ever have an apocalypse of any sort. If we did this it'd never be useful for anyone.
Kolbie VanDusseldorp's comment, October 3, 2013 11:23 PM
I don't think we will ever have an apocalypse of any kind. It isn't too realistic.
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Nearly 19,000 homes damaged, 11,700 people evacuated as Colorado floods flow on

Nearly 19,000 homes damaged, 11,700 people evacuated as Colorado floods flow on | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Flooding in 15 Colorado counties has damaged or destroyed nearly 19,000 homes, according to the Colorado Office of Emergency Management.

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Kenzie Nossaman's comment, October 1, 2013 10:38 AM
I agree, this is an awful thing that happened. People don't have anywhere to live and have lost everything. The government will pay for the damages which will raise the taxes of tax payers. So, this isn't a good thing for any of us.
Kolbie VanDusseldorp's comment, October 3, 2013 11:25 PM
This is sad to think about. Its hard to imagine what it would be like without everything we have right now in front of us. This is bad for everyone and effects those people in horrible ways. great topic.
Jordan Meyer's comment, October 4, 2013 7:28 AM
This is a terrible thing that had to happen to these colorado people. You wouldn't think major flooding like this would happen in Colorado, but I guess you can never be to cautious. After this I insure that they will build in new damn systems and waterway stopping systems, so this won't happen ever again.
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Deadly 1,000-year floods strike Colorado | Grist

Deadly 1,000-year floods strike Colorado | Grist | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Flooding centered in Boulder, Colo., is so extreme that the National Weather Service called it "biblical." And it's just the latest climate-related disaster to strike the region.
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jorden scott stump's comment, October 3, 2013 11:10 AM
It is horrible to see peoples towns and homes to be destroyed by floods especially a flood this bad. We can't sometimes tell what the weather will hit us with, and sometimes people never see it coming. Its videl that we can be perpared for disasters and its improtant to help save peoples lives when it strikes.
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Hurricane Season is a little less than 3 months away -- Do you have a Crisis Management and Business Continuity Plan

Hurricane Season is a little less than 3 months away -- Do you have a Crisis Management and Business Continuity Plan | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Sandy from Space Tornado’s, flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes and other natural disasters; fire, threats, civil disturbance, accidents, structure failures, are always present and a fact of life.
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Jack Sytsma's comment, October 1, 2013 10:13 AM
I agree, if you are prepared for a natural disaster, then you will have a more likely chance of surviving. Also, the government would gain money since they don't have to pay for house repair. Thus, bringing us further out of debt
Andrea Fuller's comment, October 1, 2013 10:32 AM
I agree also, preparing for a disaster would help you have a higher chance of surviving. If less places get destroyed then less money would go into it therefore we don't lose money.
Kenzie Nossaman's comment, October 1, 2013 10:33 AM
I agree with you, if people are more prepared for natural disasters then maybe homes and people won't get hurt! The country wouldn't go farther in debt to try and repair all of the homes that got destroyed.
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Fracking triggered more than 100 earthquakes in Ohio | Grist

Fracking triggered more than 100 earthquakes in Ohio | Grist | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Youngstown, Ohio, had never experienced a recorded earthquake. Then frackers started pumping wastewater into the ground at a single injection well, and things got crazy.
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jorden scott stump's comment, September 27, 2013 10:46 AM
This could end up being a bigger problem if it is as powerful as it says it is, it could impact this areas and destroy and hurt the people who live there.
Jordan Meyer's comment, October 4, 2013 7:26 AM
This is a really big issue in not just ohio but all around the world. This fracking has caused more than 100 earthquakes they believe already and could lead to more. They need to start looking into ways to prevent earthquakes not help create them.
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Mexico in grip of hurricane disaster - The Guardian

Mexico in grip of hurricane disaster - The Guardian | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
The Guardian Mexico in grip of hurricane disaster The Guardian The storm that devastated the Pacific resort over the weekend regained strength on Wednesday and became hurricane Manuel, taking a route that could see it make landfall on Mexico's...
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