An obscure Russian prince lays claim to being the first person to announce that humanity may destroy itself through its own technological advancement.
It’s happened before: why we need to plan for the next doomsday event that could wipe out much of life on Earth.
NASA says there are ten "potentially hazardous" asteroids close to Earth. Good reason to make sure we have a backup plan should any catastrophic event wipe of much of life on Earth.
Hurricane Wilma in 2005 was the last major storm to rock Florida – and its insurance market.
Even though Hurricane Matthew has been downgraded to category 3, it's expected to cause substantial damage to Florida and other states in the region. The question is, who pays.
Day of catastrophe: but little is being done to heal the wounds.
EPA/Abed Al Hashlamoun
This year Nakba Day marks 66 years since the displacement of Palestinians prior to the establishment of the state of Israel. The passing of an-Nakbah (literally, “the Catastrophe”) arrives amidst failed…