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Mega Disasters

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On the History channel has a show called Mega Disasters. It was pretty cool to learn the effects a big Natural Distaser could have. What do you think could happen first though? What type of Natural Disaster?

Matt

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Well a mega earthquake is expected in San Francisco sometime soon and we have the usual tidal waves and hurricanes though last year was particularly bad.

And now the icecaps are melting extremely fast and there is a slim chance a meteor will hit us...so yeah you can expect something nasty sometime soon lol.

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Well a mega earthquake is expected in San Francisco sometime soon and we have the usual tidal waves and hurricanes though last year was particularly bad.

And now the icecaps are melting extremely fast and there is a slim chance a meteor will hit us...so yeah you can expect something nasty sometime soon lol.

yo that would suck soooo bad... i was alive during the 1989 bay area quake... well i was 4 days old but my parents said it was crazyy

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I think hurricanes. I live in Houston and hurricane season is expected to be worse than last year. The temperature of the gulf is already 5 degrees above normal for this time of year. It has been perdicted that the next 10 years or so is suppose to be much more active than normal. Hopefully they will be wrong.

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