said 6 months, 2 weeks ago:
First off I’m glad to be communicating with you again.
You have probably heard about the terrible storm that recently hit New York and the surrounding states. It is ironic but watching everything being played out on TV brought back memories about when the exact same thing happened to me in New Orleans.
Needless loss and hardship came about as a result of a lack of knowledge and unrealistic preparation for catastrophes. During my own ordeal in New Orleans my family and myself were trapped in our home for five days without electricity, gas, communications, food, water, working sanitation, and protection from human predators.
In situations like this, you have nothing but time on your hands to think about how you got into this situation in the first place. I did a lot of thinking and wrote a book about it but that is not why I am sending you this letter.
One thing that all of us have in common is the fact that all of us live on the planet and live on one of the continents. With the climatic changes going on in the world, weather related disasters have a higher probability of touching our lives in one form or another. This fact is more so true today than it was ten years ago. They can come in the forms of hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, avalanches, mud slides, blizzards, droughts, radiation, virus related, bacteria related, and insect related weather catastrophes just to name a few.
Myself and a few other group members have decided to form
” This Is Our New Global Climate Change Awareness Group “
( Group Just Formed Friday 11/02/2012 )
Hopefully, we will be able to inform other potential victims about the possibility of harm and danger that could come upon them if they are not made aware of certain unknown factors. Along with the preparedness, people need to avoid a nonchalant thinking mode and at least give some thought to possible results that can arise from weather changes, People have to be made aware of what can happen to them with the changing weather patterns because events come quick and often without warning.
Actually no country or city is safe; Over the past ten years climatic upheavals have increased in frequency, duration, and global locations.
Here are a few examples:
Haiti’s earthquake in 2010 killed more than 200,000 people and cost $14 billion.
March 2011 Japan’s earthquake-triggered tsunami killed nearly 19,000 people and cost $309 billion
Hurricane Sandy will end up causing about $60 billion and as I write only 116 died.
Hurricane Katrina’s costs was $300 billion and 4,081 dead.
Sumatra, Indonesia 2004 a total of 227,898 people were killed and cost $15 billion
I hope that you join and provide some ideas for Self Preparedness or just General Information. I made it a point to make individuals aware of Four Must Have Survival – Item Necessities which can put a person’s mind at ease.
Also, it can be a opportunity to come into contact with some of the best minds in the world.
Please visit the club below and join us if you like. I know the information will be invaluable.
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Thanks For Listening,