Post Profile

These Florida Congressmen Must Be Regretting Their 2012 Votes Against Sandy Relief

Watching Hurricane Matthew chew up Florida’s Atlantic coastline, it’s hard not to think of Superstorm Sandy, which devastated parts of New York and New Jersey in October 2012. The videos showing the ocean pushing into Jacksonville neighborhoods resemble nothing in recent memory so much as those of the Northeast during Sandy. The value of the comparison has not been lost on emergency management personnel in Nassau County, north of Jacksonville, who measured the storm’s severity in Sandy terms—and reminded residents that Sandy’s storm surge had killed those who didn’t heed evacuation orders.
read more


Related Posts

N.J. Congressmen Furious that Sandy Relief Package was Not Voted On

Politics / US Politics : The Moderate Voice

N.J. Congressmen furious that Sandy relief package was not voted on (via The fiscal cliff averted, New Jersey’s members of the House of Representatives waited on the Congressional floor Monday night for the Hurricane Sandy a...

Cruz supports federal relief for Texas floods; voted against Hurricane Sandy funding

Politics / US Politics : Washington Post: Politics

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) showed his support for federal disaster relief in the wake of devastating floods in Texas last week -- two and a half years after voting against a disaster relief bill for victims of Hurricane Sandy, which dev...

Hurricane Sandy changes coastline in New Jersey

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

On October 29, 2012, lives were changed forever along the shores of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and in the two dozen United States affected by what meteorologists are calling Superstorm Sandy. The landscape of the East Coast ...

Video: Watch Hurricane Sandy’s ‘Massive Extent’ Rage In The Atlantic Ocean

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Climate Progress

NASA has released a video of Hurricane Sandy — a “superstorm” with a 2,000 mile extent — churn in the Atlantic Ocean as it moves toward the East Coast. The time-lapse animation of images taken from NASA’s GOES-14 satellite shows the...

Superstorm Sandy Bigger Because of Arctic Ice Loss

News : The Inquisitr - News

Superstorm Sandy turned left toward New York and New Jersey instead of right toward the Atlantic Ocean like most October hurricanes, with disastrous consequences. Now a team of scientists from Cornell and Rutgers Universities believ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC