Weather`s Devastating Forces

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If you thought weapons of mass destruction are the most devastating force, you are wrong. It is all about the weather.

Just think about what a natural disaster can look like. We’ve seen quite a lot of disasters in the last several years. From massive earthquakes, tornados, tsunamis, and all other sorts of weather malfunction.

When the weather goes sideways, the number of casualties rises in a second. Many of us ignore the climate change, and how it affects our everyday lives. But it is that climate change that will be the doom for everyone.

With that in mind, take a look at this documentary, explaining in depth some of the devastating natural disasters. How they happen? Why they happen? And is there any pattern you can follow?

Focusing on wind, wet, hot, and cold, and how these produce natural disasters that can devastate a city.

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