‘Nothing So Bad That It Couldn’t Get Worse’

‘Nothing So Bad That It Couldn’t Get Worse’

Headlines in the new week will revolve mostly around the final days of America's chaotic exit from Afghanistan and the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, which was expected to damage nearly a million homes on the Gulf Coast with rebuilding costs running to nearly a quarter trillion dollars. "The central Louisiana coast is at risk of bearing the brunt of Hurricane Ida’s extreme storm surge potential, with a total of 941,392 homes in the Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi coastal areas exposed to stor
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2 thoughts on “‘Nothing So Bad That It Couldn’t Get Worse’

  1. Being as climate change is unfolding as predicted by the smarter minds and if we can assume the temperature will be rising every year for a while and with a higher temperature will come stronger storms and more frequently, we must not run in after each major disaster and replace the old style stick homes with the same thing. We must build stronger and on higher ground and less exposed to the elements. It is madness to not learn from reality. Underground dwellings may be the new norm.

    1. @Man if Lourdes, You wouldn’t be implying that we let New Orleans and surrounding areas go and not rebuild are you? As for underground dwellings, can’t dig into land that is already under sea level… IDK anymore…Honestly I agree with your points.

      If insurance companies decide that the frequency of storms is too high a risk to cover, we could be witnessing the first area of the continental US to be conceded to Climate Change. California with all the wildfires may be next.

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