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  1. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Things getting interesting with TD 13 and 14 Looks like this hurricane season may be about to get really interesting, as if 2020 hasn't been special enough already. I'm sure many folks on here are watching what's rolling off the coast of Africa very closely. Y'all be safe!
  2. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Hey all, I am getting ready for a few days without power here in middle GA and heat after the storm may be one of the concerns. I made a video a while ago on historic home cooling methods (i.e. how to maximize air flow via windows, window coverings, things that will help during an emergency)...
  3. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    My reason, as well as probably many others, that I don't evacuate during hurricanes is simple. I can't think of anything that would patiss me off more than some uniformed punk public servant telling me I can't go on my own property. I used to live only 1/2 mile from the Santa Rosa Sound but now...
  4. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Looks like Irene did not wash New York city out to sea.
  5. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    How well prepared are the northeastern states for hurricane force winds? According to this page on CNN, hurricane Irene is expected to hit New York city as a category 2 hurricane. For those of you that watched...
  6. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Hey Florida you guys ready for Irene Any one starting to board up? What are some last minute preps for some of you? Im going out and buying some more water everything else is stocked.
  7. Manmade and Natural Disasters There are many names for tropical costal storms. In the US they are known as Hurricanes, in other places as Typhoons, Tropical Depressions and Cyclones. These are all the same name for the same event, but the name varies...
  8. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    This is the official thread on Hurricane Alex. As of 9:35pm central time, the weather channel said Alex has been upgraded to a Cat 1 Hurricane.
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    DH forwarded this to me just now: Colorado State University's Research Scientist Philip J. Klotzbach and Professor Emeritus William M. Gray reported that information obtained through March 2010 indicates that the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season will have significantly more activity than the...
  10. Urban Survival
    First off, this is not my experience I found this story on another forum... I found some people on here asking the question of "do I head to the hills and not return?" or "do I stay in the city?" or "do I temporarily relocate and then head back?". This story may offer some answers...
  11. Urban Survival
    My family and I moved to Bridge City in 1978. I graduated Bridge City High School class of 1986. This video is dedicated to all of the people that live in Bridge City. And its dedicated to those that lost everything in the flood of 2008.
  12. Urban Survival
    This is my mom and dads neighbors house. After watching this, post how prepared you think you really are.
  13. Books, Movies & Stories
    This story belongs to nightshift. First of all, I could write a book on this but it would not sell enough to make it worth the time but I will make some posts and hit the "Lessons learned". A little back ground on myself.....some of you know me from other forums but that is beside the point. I...
  14. Books, Movies & Stories
    Wednesday morning it looked like Rita might hit Houston so my ex wife brought my youngest kids ages 9 and 11 to Bridge City, Texas where my parents live, from there they (my kids and parents, not exwife) were going to evacuate to Jasper - to my house. Wednesday noon my 16 year old calls me, ask...
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