Pages tagged with Typhoon

War and armed conflicts are happening the world over. Coupled with damages wrought by typhoons, tornados, floods, droughts, etc. the world's economy and supply of food are greatly jeopardized. This is clear handwriting on the wall that man must do something to avert coming food crisi...
It is good to know that people in the world are sending their help for those Filipinos who are recently affected by the typhoon.
A concerned citizen volunteered to the Philippine government to help out and distribute relief goods to the victims of typhoon Yolanda. The world community must know that the distribution of goods are experiencing some unwanted delays simply because the government wants to take the cr...
The super typhoon Haiyan, also known as Yolanda in the Philippines is the strongest in the world this year. Equivalent to a category five hurricane, it has brought a devastating catastrophe to the provinces along its path. Properties and lives were lost, believed to reach as high as...
Typhoon Haiyan.Nature sees no one Yet we have to counter the calamity Have we any option None
This is about my feeling over the two typhoons that passed our country and caused so much devastation.
this article explain the impact of the Typhoon Haijan, the most powerful one who destroy Philliphines and cost more than 10,000 lives
Captain Jeremiah Murdock pays homage to the elusive Captain Sophram Somajar Suflus Galiac, little of whom is known save his one solitary writ of long ago but whose work on the sidelines continue to galvanize the Federation into action. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
In the worst-case scenario, Captain Jeremiah Murdock talks, among other things, about countries that will one day suffer the same fate as Atlantis and Lemuria. He also makes a passing reference to the recent typhoon in the Philippines generated by HAARP. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
And... I am faith... I have faith... I overcome... the greatest good come to me Now!
One week before Christmas, another strong typhoon made a final lash of its fury that affected Visayas and Mindanao region. This is something that made me stop for a while and reflect on the meaning of Christmas and also my personal life.
A powerful interpretation and presentation of the Greek mythological minor deity, Echidna. (Adder). Interesting write, go ahead and read it, I strongly recommend it. The Gods considered Echidna necessary in this world, so she would bear monsters and the heroes would accomplish their l...
Tropical cyclones, snow storms, and heavy rains are frequent due to global warming. As a result, lives are lost, homes ravaged, and properties damaged. Hence, it is very important to be well prepared when calamities occur.
A brief history of the events leading up to the destruction of the valient USN task force 38
It comes uninvited and sometimes leaves so much distraction. Typhoons are one of those natural disasters dreaded by us who are in the tropics.
The day a typhoon encroached me upon my silent existence in a waiting shed.
A tropical storm with sustained winds of 74 miles per hour or higher is considered a hurricane. A tropical storm is another name for a hurricane. In other parts of the world this storm is called a cyclone or a typhoon. No matter what part of the world or country you live this ocean st...
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