#1 Posted by King Saturn (223816 posts) - - Show Bio
 Even after the horrible events that took place when Hurrican Katrina struck the city of New Orleans and totally devastated the city... New Orleans began to try to rebuild the city... but now there is a new massive threat in Hurricane Gustav with is supposed to hit the New Orleans region as possibly as high as an Category 5 Hurricane... with this massive terror heading for New Orleans is there any possible relief for this city that one day it can be the way it was in its early years ?
#2 Posted by Vrakmul (23398 posts) - - Show Bio

No, because God hates New Orleans this century. 

#3 Posted by King Saturn (223816 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"No, because God hates New Orleans this century. "
Damn... thats a very Bold Statement
#4 Posted by Vrakmul (23398 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"No, because God hates New Orleans this century. "
Damn... thats a very Bold Statement"
Hes Sent Ivan. Katrina, and soon Gustav to New orleans in one decade.  Thats 3 supposedly once a century level storms in less than a decade.
#5 Posted by Insane Mike (48 posts) - - Show Bio

It will be hard for them to get back to how they were before Hurricane Katrina, especially now since Gustav is coming. Maybe in a few years they'll be back to normal if they don't get hit by anymore big hurricanes.

#6 Posted by Vrakmul (23398 posts) - - Show Bio
Insane Mike said:
"It will be hard for them to get back to how they were before Hurricane Katrina, especially now since Gustav is coming. Maybe in a few years they'll be back to normal if they don't get hit by anymore big hurricanes."
Ever since world war 2 we've been dumping out carbon dioxide at a great enough rate to lead to another mass extinction equal to the Permian Extinction in a few thousand years.  Note The Permian extinction wiped out %95 of all species on earth.  We probably would barely be in the %5 list. 
#7 Posted by King Saturn (223816 posts) - - Show Bio
I feel so sorry for those people in New Orleans... its just a terrible situation
#8 Posted by Insane Mike (48 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"Insane Mike said:
"It will be hard for them to get back to how they were before Hurricane Katrina, especially now since Gustav is coming. Maybe in a few years they'll be back to normal if they don't get hit by anymore big hurricanes."
Ever since world war 2 we've been dumping out carbon dioxide at a great enough rate to lead to another mass extinction equal to the Permian Extinction in a few thousand years.  Note The Permian extinction wiped out %95 of all species on earth.  We probably would barely be in the %5 list. "
???
#9 Posted by Vrakmul (23398 posts) - - Show Bio

Soon all of us will be feeling it and this time Global warming won't need the assistance of the entire siberian traps erupting at once.

#10 Posted by SeSAW (3677 posts) - - Show Bio

The city is in a bad spot they should either build a better drainage system or give up on the area.