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For The Living Dead

My name is Dr Ayesha Usman
 I have been fighting for this dead nation for months , i have been fighting for YOU who cry “we didn’t find food” “we didn’t find cloth” “we didn’t find house”, 136 more words

Dead Nation

Tsū is here to stay!

It’s been a little over 24 hours since my last confession! Well, not really confession, just my excitement for Tsū.  I am sure only a handful of you have heard about it by now and it might be a long time before you ever decide to join up.   432 more words

Blog

Extreme Water Conditions

What is your first thought that comes to mind with this title? How does the title related to this week’s topic of natural disasters?

Today folks, we are going to be focusing in on three extreme water conditions; Flash floods, Floods & Tsunami’s! 1,055 more words

Educating

Curiosity drives science

The video (in Swedish) documenting the experiences, thoughts and expectations of the teachers, who are currently enrolled in the research school on natural hazards, was finally released a few days ago. 276 more words

Thoughts And Tales

Yokohama's Symbol of Recovery

Yokohama Centric

My name is Charles Borromeo. I have lived in Yokohama, Japan for more than half my lifetime. And I’ve experienced my share of earthquakes — some mildly surprising; others unnerving. 1,000 more words

Yokohama

TEPCO removing protective Fukushima canopy for most dangerous op yet

Members of the media and Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employees wearing protective suits and masks walk toward the No. 1 reactor building at the tsunami-crippled TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture March 10, 2014. 224 more words

World News

Flash floods, flooding and tsunamis

Flooding is an overflow of water, usually rainfall, that inundates a typically dry area. Flooding is the number one cause of death for natural disasters. Areas prone to flooding are coastal areas, low elevations and areas around lakes and rivers.  316 more words

Health Science