|A Photoshop manipulation combining an idyllic image of Pittsfield as seen from the dam |
and a wave crashing at Hampton beach in the aftermath of Sandy
CC Jean Stimmell
The Great Flood refers to the most catastrophic flood and the most catastrophic geological event that has ever taken place in human history. Virtually nothing historical, from writings to civilization to long-living organisms like trees, has survived from before about 3000 or 3300 B.C., approximates date given to the Great Flood.1
"But the danger that comes from climate change is every bit as real, and in the long run far greater, than anything Al Qaeda could throw at us. We're really fighting for our civilization,”5 as, unfortunately, so many of our fellow Americans are finding out the hard way in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy .
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