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The “worst disaster in history”

From 1944 to 2020, natural disasters have intensified. Here's how.

The worst natural disasters in history

Fires, heat waves, tornadoes, droughts, hurricanes, floods … here is a non-exhaustive timeline of natural disasters in recent decades.

  • The fires of 2019 in Australia
  • The heat wave of summer 2019 in Belgium
  • The 2019 tornado in Alabama
  • The 2019 drought in Chile Hurricane Dorian of 2019 in the Bahamas
  • 2018 Hurricane Maria in the United States The floods of 2018 in the Aude
  • 2018 Hurricane Michael in the United States *Hurricane Harvey of 2017 in the United States
  • The 2012 floods in the Alpes-Maritimes and the Var
  • 2012 Hurricane Sandy in the United States
  • The 2012 droughts in the Midlands and Anglia, England
  • The 2011 Thailand floods
  • The 2010 floods in Britain
  • The fires of 2007 in Greece
  • The 2007 floods in France
  • 2005 Hurricane Katrina in the United States

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01/20/2020 12:58 PM
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143 comments

  • Dale H.
    02/01/2020 02:10

    😂😂😂

  • Stephen C.
    02/01/2020 02:01

    Every day

  • Stephen C.
    02/01/2020 02:01

    Hell yea climate changes every month

  • Randy B.
    01/31/2020 23:26

    Climate change has and will always happen. Rich boys with man buns arent convincing enough for me.

  • Frank P.
    01/31/2020 22:57

    Quit lying. Since 1944 things have just been recorded. And information is more accessible. They dont what happened completely years ago . It could have been worse .

  • Gary P.
    01/31/2020 21:29

    Only mankind is arrogant enough to think they can change the weather. And using a child to push their agenda.

  • Dennis K.
    01/31/2020 17:00

    LMAO to prove your point you have to compare apples to apples not apples to cherries!! now in 2098 get back with us to see if there is really in change!!

  • Nick A.
    01/31/2020 14:49

    The first combustion engine was patented in 1879. The first automobiles weren't available to the masses until 1908, I think. By 1927 only half of all homes had electricity in the US. By this account we were already sending the planet into a spiral in 1944? While I think humans do have SOME impact on climate change, I still believe it is a drop in the bucket compared to the planet's own cycles. I feel certain our planet will still be here long after human mass extinction 🤷‍♂️

  • Patrick B.
    01/31/2020 14:32

    F***** whimp

  • Gregory H.
    01/31/2020 07:34

    Nice ponytail, pedo..

  • Tim F.
    01/31/2020 04:43

    Quit building in flood zone areas and right off the beach coast

  • Richard M.
    01/31/2020 03:18

    His Man Bun for his bf to ride him from behind

  • Pat W.
    01/31/2020 02:52

    Hey Leo, I hear you like flying around in your private jet.

  • Tricia A.
    01/30/2020 22:22

    Hoax

  • Walter O.
    01/30/2020 20:24

    Hypocrisy at its finest

  • Richard J.
    01/30/2020 19:00

    In the 70's we were headed for an Ice Age. Worse ever on record in 250 yrs out of how many millions of years. Ice caps have disappeared twice supposedly. Does the shifting magnetic North, they say is starting to travel towards the equator have any influence. They say the moon has been incrementally drifting away from earth, does that have an effect. All subjects broached by scientist. My point being it could be cyclic, absolutely we need to care for the planet. Making a doomsday notion of it doesn't help, earth ending in 12 yrs. Takes 2-3 yrs to build a road and the world is going to change with the flip of a switch.

  • Stacie R.
    01/30/2020 15:05

    You ever read the bible and see where God says there would be floods, fires, and earthquakes in diverse places. Before he returns. He is what you need to be ready for. Get over yourself.. Also, If you're that worried that man is causing all these problems then you need to lead by example .. start walking turn your ac off, lights and water.

  • George W.
    01/30/2020 13:14

    Moron! Nothing to do with emissions or cow farts!!

  • Floyd R.
    01/30/2020 12:46

    Just think the water that is here has always been here. But the only thing that I see that could effect the planet, is how much water is bottle up and stored in containers and is not being recycled by the earth as God intended. Just a thought. Water is in every thing we eat and drink. That's a lot of water.

  • Steven F.
    01/30/2020 06:44

    The Press and idiots are propagating the greatest lie ever.