Sunday, January 09, 2005
The storm flooded Helsinki to record levels
The storm that pushed north east from the atlantic reached Finland during the night. The water levels rose to new record levels of around +1.5m above normal. It is the second time we are seeing strange natural phenomenons in a year. My only explanation is global warning, not that I am competent to have an opinion. Normally this time of the year the sea is frozen and land is covered in snow. The water has flooded basements along the coast. In Estonia the water levels are up 3m which certainly is a catastrophe. It seems that the government took the weather men seriously and had prepared some paper barricades in downtown. Also the fire brigades have been pumping water from hundreds of basements. From what I know there are no lost lives.
06:05 PM | Permalink
I don't know if those strange natural phenomenons have to do with global warming, but I do know that Mother Nature is acting, well..., a bit mad. Today we had in Belgium the hottest 10th January ever: 14 degrees Celsius.
Btw, did you took those pictures with your mobile phone?
Posted by: bram at Jan 10, 2005 10:32:07 PM
I've heard about some machines that have the power to produce rain, storms, earthbreak etc. Arround the world, countries like ex-URSS and USA are trying to crate weapons that criate these kind of phenomenons. have you heard about? What can you tell me about it? Is it really real or only speculation? Cause I kniw that if it really happens the world is really in dangerous. We can't let these kind of intelligence in wrong hands.
I'm a Brazilian Architect and want to make this my theme to PhD.
Posted by: André Rosa at Jun 3, 2005 7:29:19 AM