Â 287 dead so far and billions in damage. Global warming continues it’s attack. The yearly monsoons that hit Thailand got bigger this year. For the past 3 months, rivers have burst banks and dams have swelled. This weekend is critical to the capital, Bangkok, as water from the north arrives to test the city’s defences. It’s too easy to lose sympathy when the news shouts disaster after disaster but the question is whether you want people to be silent when it happens to you? View these photos:
ABC news utilized satellite photos for a before and after effect of the Japanese Tsunami. I’ve pasted it in a convenient format below i.e. left half of photo is half the town/countryside before the tsunami whilst the right-hand side is after the tsunami. If you wish to use the cool drag feature which allows you to see complete before and after shots, then go to the ABC page. 12 scenes are divided into 2 images below (each 300k in size so wait for the load).
9500 people are missing as the town of Minamisanriku is removed from this planet by the Japanese Tsunami. Ironically, the only main feature that still remains is the hospital. That’s a tragedy almost beyond belief. Some of that in video further below… But right now you should watch this video showing you a first person view of the water level rising in Tohoku. Initially, it seems mundane but over its 6 minute length, cars will float and then buildings will collapse. It’s an incredible video considering that the building, from … Continue reading →