Originally Posted by undomiele
Largely because they have no other place to go either because they are too territorially small (Japan, Costa Rica), poor (Bangladesh) or hardly ever struck by hurricanes (Chile).
Floridians, on the other hand, do tend to have other options in terms of where to live.
Its not an exaggeration to insinuate that bad hurricanes will continue to hit Florida with the earth's climate changing so much. You did know that hurricanes are essential in moving heat from the equatorial region toward the higher latitudes right? Well, that has everything to do with global warming. Things are bound to get worse for Florida, not better.
I was listing earthquake zones (exc. Bangladesh), where many more people are killed than by hurricanes.
There is NO evidence the earth's climate is changing. The only scary thing is that there are now so many environmentalists living off people's fears, that they may be spewing enough hot air to change the climate.
The Ice Age was not so long ago in geological time. What caused that? and what made the earth warm up again? Those natural changes were much greater than anything that is going on today, so statistically there is no evidence of global warming caused by man.