Category Archives: Disasters

Fire And Water – In Disastrous Proportions

The earth is a big place.  So big, in fact, that it is sometimes easy to lose track of what is happening in the more remote corners.  Some events in large media markets (like the US) are exceptionally well covered like, say, the very cold winter that the United States had.  Some events in remote […]

When Will the Water Run Out?

This is the first in a series of articles dealing with resource constraints.  While I covered these issues in my book, Planet In Distress, I did not try to place the depletion of various resources on a timeline.  This I will attempt to do now, with the caveat that data on some issues and areas […]

Past the Tipping Point: Haiti and Syria

The link between sin, environmental degradation, and societal disruption that fulfills prophecy is just becoming apparent.  As with almost any emerging trend or event, it has to be pointed out and explained before it is apparent but, after that, it is relatively easy to detect.  It is important to be able to see the connection between sin […]

Increasingly Frequent Disasters and the Fulfillment of Prophecy

Take a good, careful look at the chart below.  The chart, courtesy of Emdat (www.emdat.be/natural-disasters-trends) reflects the number of reported disasters from the period of 1900 to 2010.  Unfortunately, Emdat does not yet have the data up for 2011, a year full of very expensive disasters, so we have to work with what we’ve got. […]