Is Earth crumbling ?

May 12, 2008 8:09am CST
Barely a week ago cyclone Nargis wreaked havoc in Myanmar. Loss of Life and property was beyond comprehension. Every newspaper headlines screamed about the immense human loss. Yet now the losses are in the process of being ascertained. Now it's Deja Vu. Just today a massive Earthquake had hit China. Although initial reports suggests a human loss of several hundred, but going by the official Chinese news agency's notorius reputation of suppression of news, eventually this figure will also run to several thousand. I fail to understand why these natural calamities are happening so rapidly and so massively. From tommorow, when I will open the newspaper, the headlines will again scream about the disaster. I wonder whether we are failing to notice these warning signs, which are becoming ominously repetitive either in form of Tsunami or Cyclone or Earthquake. I am not a doomsday soothsayer, but I cannot keep my eyes shut. If we pride ourselves as supremely intelligent in animal kingdom, our responsibility is greatest and we must act fast, lest the time runs out.
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• United States
14 May 08
With all of the catastrophe's that have happened in the last couple of years, I believe it is more then Global Warming. I think that phrase is just money in the pocket. But I do believe that the Earth is spirial and that the government knows about it. Why else would they open up a Noah's Ark in the middle of the frozen Tundra, and be so avid about creating things on the moon. Not to mention them trying to force evalution on Mars. Sadly are I think a lot of things are going to be changing quickly in the enviroment, God protect us all.