Linda is still taking care of a family emergency, so I’m stepping in to keep things moving here at Forcedgreen until she returns and I’m about to tell you about Stormageddon.
The other night I watched Stormageddon on NatGeo. It is set to repeat itself on June 4 at 4:00 p.m. (eastern time most likely). I would highly recommend you take the time to watch this profound documentary!
Historic snows and bitter cold across North America. Massive floods in Australia and Pakistan. Deadly mudslides in Brazil. Epic drought and wildfires in Russia. 2010 was one of the most destructive years in history. Now, Explorer presents the dramatic images of this catastrophic weather year — and introduces the people who risked their lives to capture them on film. – Explorer, Stormageddon, National Geographic Channel
Stormageddon is unlike any program you’ve seen to date.
This documentary goes above and beyond the idea of “global warming” digging deep into the reasons why weather and climate changes are escalating at what many find an alarming pace.
CO2, Methane, Water Vapor and More Explored on Stormageddon
70 foot tall walls of water, Alabama’s “perfect storm” and the most recent series of tornados (double the highest record to date) are just a few of the moments explored in the topic of climate change and the impact of global warming.
You’ll be surprised, perhaps, to learn that while CO2 plays a part, it is by far only one tiny aspect of what is going on and why things are happening more and more frequently.
It is with hope that Linda returns soon (she’s so much better at this than I am), but in the meantime do not miss Stormageddon – this one’s a definite “must watch” for every planetary citizen!
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