There may still be climate change deniers but the U.S. Army is not one of them. If they have a plan, should each and everyone of us have a plan?
One of our board directors is a scientist/professor Dr. Chandana Mitra. She is a Climatologist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Geosciences, Auburn University. She is part of a team that runs the Alabama Environment Awareness Channel. They are part of “Amverica View” with funding from the U.S. Geological Society. We recommend you subscribe to their channel as they are continually updating the channel with additional simulations relative to earth remote sensing.
What does it take to convince people that climate change is really? What does it take to convince you that anything is real and that you need to take action. Here is a short animation discussing what percent of experts does it take you to believe and take action?
A lot of simulators are computer generated as building physical simulators can get very expenses, but here is a hurricane simulator that can create category 5+ simulated hurricanes.
Climate change is real and can be easily seen around Panama City, Florida.
Hurricane Michael struck the Panama City area in 2018. Accouding to the Florida Forest Service we lost about 1,000,000 trees. Many of them were pine and many of them were never removed. That area of dead trees is perfect place for fires to happen when we don’t get enough moisture. That is exactly what happen here in Panama City. Someone was burning trash and it got out of control. The names of those fires became the Star
Avenue, Adkins and Bertha Swamp Road Fires. They consumed 33,000 acres or 51 square miles and was only finally contained by a number of days of rain.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments on March 7, 2022, that could restrict or even eliminate the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to control the pollution that is heating the planet. If the coal industry gets its way, the results could have a catastrophic effect on efforts to avert the worst impacts of climate change.
Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana on August 29, 2021, as a Category 4 with winds of 150 mph. Simulations Foundation supported the clean up efforts of Mission 850, a non-profit based in Panama City Florida. We went to New Orleans to help from October 1-3. Our hats off to Mission 850 who put together multile runs from Panama City to New Orleans to provide help cleaning up after the hurricane.
in Resident looking at the remains of his collapsed home after Hurricane Ida struck New Orleans, Louisiana on August 30, 2021 [Michael DeMocker/USA TODAY Network via Reuters]