Ah Pao said:Er, I think we will be flooded by the rising sea levels because of the melting ice caps well before any typhoons or blizzards hit us.
Singapore is geographically very well protected by the surrounding continents and islands (Malay Peninsular and Indonesia) so typhoons will probably not hit us. Being near the equator there's practically no chance of having blizzards or hailstorms. A heat wave, maybe? But we will all be hiding in our aircon comfort...besides, the surrounding sea will swallow up the temperature swing before it causes significant heat damage.
The consolation is that at least, it's not the day after tomorrowninelives said:Our moon, according to NASA, is further and further away from our Earth, because of black holes. One day, maybe 500 years later, maybe 1000, maybe 2000. The moon will disappear..
Emm, if the moon is gone, and the earth rotation change, does that mean that there will not be a tomorrow? That tomorrow will happen yesterday? (because the earth rotate the other way???)ninelives said:You might asked "the moon gone so wat does it got to do with storm??".
Well, our earth rotatation depands on the moon, if the moon is gone, the earth rotation will change. just like a cup of water, you rotate it the other way the water will flow out.
Astin said:Emm, if the moon is gone, and the earth rotation change, does that mean that there will not be a tomorrow? That tomorrow will happen yesterday? (because the earth rotate the other way???)
i remember a old cab driver telling me about it.zekai said:my mother told me, singapore did experience hail storm once. I was a kid when she told me then and she is no longer around so i cannot verify...
any senior citizen here, any recollection of hail in singapore.