Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Thank you Dean... for not coming here.

Now we see why the ancient Mayans built their cities inland from the coasts.

Early on the morning of August 21st, 2007, Hurricane Dean slammed the Yucatan peninsula as a still-intensifying Category 5 storm with sustained winds upwards of 165 miles per hour. Dean required some troubling readjustments of our hurricane records, and as a result, we may hear some serious chatter about the relationship between these intense storms and global warming.

Read more on the Huffington Post:


No comments: