Disaster Aftermath: City's Shrunken Footprint

It was the largest disaster in Modern American History...
Many put their shoes on, ID's in their pockets, held a prayer in their hearts, and joined ANY group that led an immediate passage to safety. And although many might not rebuild after Katrina; the decision to evacuate, spared many lives...

View this home footage of the water rise, after the levees broke!

Much criticism has been ignited since Katrina...
But the true geographic realities of this region go deeper than Katrina; as many structures have (for years) failed to meet basic insurance requirements...

Today, from the examination of unique data from hundreds of thousands of Scientists; strengthening the aqueducts, guaranteeing the levees, and insuring the region, does not present itself as a reality… Yet larger populations of New Orleans will not face this; nor consider options of relocation…

AN ANSWER: I believe that one must finally decide to make the most of what is coming in, and the least of what is going out... I also believe that much of the N. Orleans region might be best for a large naval port… Existing land from the many closed bases around the country, could be new homes for those of Katrina…

Below: A discussion one year after...

Refresh to view comments:here

Add to Technorati Favorites

Market Currents

Morning Stock Talk

Twitter / investment

Think Liberty... Support Small Businesses

Forbes Market News

European Politics

ECB | Euro foreign exchange reference rates

ECB - European Central Bank

Quick Video News




The DC Video

CNS News

CNS Headlines

I Hate The Media