California Landslide adds 13 acres to shoreline.

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The Big Sur landslide has gotten even bigger than before because of the May 20th landslide.

How big was this landslide you may ask? Well,  as seen below, the landslide was so powerful that it added 13 acres to the California shoreline.

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Before the landslide and After the landslide

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Arkema plant exploded in Houston and Evacuation needed!

Whether this storm is man made or not, this is just a crazy thing to happen down in Houston and it went from bad to worse in just a few days.

It was being reported that a pair of explosions was heard coming from an area in the city of Houston and then black smoke could be seen on the rise in the air during the day time. Arkema Inc, which runs the plant says that they were notified of the explosions by Harris County Emergency Operations earlier this morning (2 a.m. to be exact). Harris County Deputies announced that one of their officers had to be taken to the hospital after he inhaled some of those fumes that came from the plant. Continue reading

Kevin Hart Donates money to Hurricane Harvey Victims and he Urged other celebs to do the same.

Kevin Hart has got a heart.


After donating money to the victims of Hurricane Harvey, Philadelphia-born comedian Kevin Hart is calling for other Hollywood stars to do the same.

Hart, who has reportedly pledged $25,000 to the Red Cross for Harvey relief efforts, posted an Instagram video on Sunday explaining that he was starting a celebrity challenge centered on donating money to victims. Hart specifically named a number of celebrities in the video whom he challenged to donate money, including Jerry Seinfeld, Dwayne Johnson, and Justin Timberlake.

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Wow, this is touching, but I have to say that I am going to donate to these people as well but more importantly the Black people out there.


Hurricane Harvey’s unprecedented rainfall is now swallowing Houston, Texas whole. The National Weather Service has stated that the effect of the hurricane is ”catastrophic’. It is also predicted that the Hurricane is only going to get worse over time.

NWS officials doubled down in interviews with HuffPost, telling them that the storm is only going to bring dozens of more inches of rain to the area and that the heavy flooding will plague the area for weeks.  Continue reading

Hurricane Harvey Downgraded, BUT THE FLOOD IS THE ISSUE NOW!

Hurricane Harvey has threatened the Gulf states and let me tell you this isn’t as bad as Katrina and I am thankful.

Craig “Cajun” Uggen, 57, nearly floods his truck as Hurricane Harvey comes ashore in Corpus Christi, Texas, U.S. August 25, 2017. Minutes later, high winds blew off the camper carrying all of his belongings. REUTERS/Brian Thevenot

  • Hurricane Harvey, now a Category 1 storm, continued to hit Texas Saturday morning.
  • As much as 40 inches of rain could fall in some parts of the state.
  • The storm still has sustained winds of up to 90 miles per hour and has already dumped 9 inches of rain in some parts of the state.
  • 293,000 were without power as of Saturday morning.

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