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Natural disasters, as we know occur naturally. There may be something wrong with the Earth that causes a slight shift in weather and create what we call a natural disaster. Some common natural disasters we've probably all heard about are hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and forest fires. Hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes are more likely effected by changes in nature than a forest fire since the factors leading to one will be changed. Hurricanes can be one of the most devastating natural disasters when it comes to damage and severity. The way that a hurricane works is through warm ocean water. There may be lots of causes to the increase of severity in natural disasters from global warming to changes in a natural cycle. Scientists are researched the natural cycle and it is predicted there will be less of these storms starting fro 2015. After 2015, the number of storms will drop and everything will seem to be stable again.

There are many factors that lead to ocean water gaining temperature. Indirectly, almost all things we do contribute to the ocean's getting warmer. The things we do contribute to the greenhouse effect and the greenhouse effects starts melting glaciers and warming the water levels, causing storms to become more and more dangerous. The way we transport through cars and trucks, waste, electricity, paper and a population growth. So we can slow down the process and hopefully stop it by reducing the amount of time we travel in a car alone, using wasteful containers instead of reusable ones and leaving lights on when we are not using them.

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