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Whoops, There Goes the Neighborhood
We want to teach people about natural disasters because they are very dangerous and destructive. They are also now very common all over the world. We would like to take the opportunity to teach children and grown ups about them, and also give them some safety tips. We want to let people know what and how to solve the problem and not to freak out. Our web site will be about hurricanes, twisters, earthquakes, lightning, fire, thunder, fire storms, tsunamis and floods. We will have some links to other sites that can be helpful. We have some charts that show some of the worst disasters there have been. We would like for other people to put their comments and to let us know if they have ever been in a disaster and how they handled it. This way other people can read the comments and maybe learn something they can do to help or to be prepared if they are in a disaster. Us kids would like you to visit our web site when it is up and running. We will notify you by e-mail or the mail. Look out for ways you can stay safe and have peace of mind.
19 & under
Science & Technology > Earth Science > Weather