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Old October 3rd, 2011, 03:34 AM   #2821
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that graph still showed Mindanao being vulnerable to typhoon paths compared to its neighboring countries.

and Mindanao under this jejemonic administration is being planned to be saturated with coal plants, considered major contributors to global warming, as its jejemonic solution to address power outages caused by global warming induced El Nino :nuts: :ohno:

and that would mean fiercer, more destructive typhoons to the usual paths of Luzon-Visayas region, with Mindanao not necessarily invulnerable to it.

more alarming further the UN study that rated the country the 3rd most vulnerable to natural disasters in the world, that with the modern dilemma today are also partly caused by manmade follies that worsen climate change by building of more undeniably polluting coal plants included for obvious profiteerings esp. when PEAK COAL arrives while not prioritizing otherwse cleaner, more cost effective Renewable Energy sources most likely to appease coal election financiers of this present administration.

seems the controversial issue of putting more coal plants in Mindanao inevitably affects Luzon and Visayas as well with worsening, more destructive typhoons directly or indirectly caused by more coal plants in the country being major contributors to the global climate change, environemtal dilemma.
Kapag dumami ang coal plants sa mIndanao, hindi naman mindanao ang grabeng maaapektuhan eh, Luzon at Visayas pa rin...hahayyys:ohno: Magiging contributor lang ang Mindanao. tsk!
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Old October 3rd, 2011, 06:03 AM   #2822
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Kapag dumami ang coal plants sa mIndanao, hindi naman mindanao ang grabeng maaapektuhan eh, Luzon at Visayas pa rin...hahayyys:ohno: Magiging contributor lang ang Mindanao. tsk!
apektado na ang Mindanao sa climate change with deadly flashfloods and El Nino dry spell it experiences.

it could even worsen as this jejemonic administration had opened wide the doors of Mindanao to be saturated with coal plants, something that did not happen to previous admiinistrations as GMA even created Asia's landmark Renewable Energy Law in line with the threat climate change phenomenon is bringing.

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Old October 3rd, 2011, 07:53 AM   #2823
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Quiel’ leaves 18 dead in Bulacan-disaster agency
By Chona Yu, Karen Boncocan
990AM, INQUIRER.net 9:57 am | Monday, October 3rd, 2011

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MANILA, Philippines – Typhoon Quiel (international codename: Nalgae) left 18 people dead in Bulacan alone, a 990AM report said Monday.

Citing data culled by the Provincial Disaster Risk and Reduction Council in Bulacan, the report said that most of the victims drowned, were electrocuted or killed after being hit by falling trees.

Many were also injured after stepping on debris while wading in floodwaters, said the report.

Two persons were reported missing in Obando town.
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Old October 3rd, 2011, 10:49 AM   #2824
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a very crucial issue that must be addressed:


UN says Philippines most vulnerable to natural disasters
23/09/2011 | PhilDev

Senator Edgardo J. Angara called for an improved disaster management system in the country following the release of a United Nations report listing the Philippines among the top five most vulnerable to natural disasters.

The World Risk Report 2011 assesses the vulnerability of 173 countries to natural hazards and their ability to handle the aftermath of natural disasters based on exposure, susceptibility of the population, coping capacity and adaptation strategy. Read the report here.

This report from the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Safety (UNU-EHS) reveals that the Philippines is the third most vulnerable worldwide because of the frequency of calamities, such as typhoons, floods, landslides and earthquake, combined with the country’s ineffectual disaster preparedness programs.

"The Philippines is no stranger to natural hazards. We are hit by several typhoons every year accompanied by floods and landslides and whose magnitude sometimes is similar to Pepeng, Ondoy and Milenyo," said Angara, chair of the Senate Committee on Science and Technology.

"By now we should have put in place a comprehensive emergency response system and risk reduction program to minimize damage. Disaster mitigation is key to reducing the effects of these inevitable natural disasters," added Angara.

According to a study by the Citizens’ Disaster Response Center, more than two dozen natural calamities plagued the Philippines in 2010. The Philippines also placed third in the list of countries hit with the most number of natural disasters.

To this end, Angara is pushing for the creation of a Disaster Science Management Center (DSMC) through the the Congressional Commission on Science, Technology and Engineering (COMSTE), which he chairs.

The center will serve as the clearinghouse of disaster-related data sourced worldwide. As a public-private partnership (PPP) in disaster mitigation and risk reduction, the DSMC will also be the venue for collaborations with international partners.

Foreign experts from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and the Disaster Management Society of Taiwan (DMST) have expressed their support for the initiative led by COMSTE and the Manila Observatory.


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Old October 3rd, 2011, 10:51 AM   #2825
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Grabe, kawawa naman tayo. Well, at least yung Mindanao medyo hindi tinatamaan ng bagyo.

Ano kaya feeling nung mga nasa island nations ng Pacific (Palau, Micronesia, etc)?
where is luzon at visayas? kita pa ang mindanao. :lol:. talagaang daanan ng bagyo sa amin sa north luzon:ohno:
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Old October 3rd, 2011, 12:59 PM   #2826
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While Meralco failed to restore power supply in the flooded town of Hagonoy, they provided free cellphone re-charging.
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Old October 3rd, 2011, 01:03 PM   #2827
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HAGONOY FLOOD. Oct 2, 2011.



HAGONOY FLOOD. Oct 2, 2011.
Photo taken from the tower of St. Anne Church, facing Brgy. San Sebastian.


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HAGONOY FLOOD. Day 5, Sunday, Oct 2, 2011.
Inside Natl Shrine of St. Anne church. Masses were cancelled since Tuesday last week.


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Old October 3rd, 2011, 03:59 PM   #2829
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Grabe, kawawa naman tayo. Well, at least yung Mindanao medyo hindi tinatamaan ng bagyo.

Ano kaya feeling nung mga nasa island nations ng Pacific (Palau, Micronesia, etc)?
Grabeh, rare talaga ang typhoon sa Mindanao, lalo na ang Davao.

Fact: Davao City was once hit by a typhoon named "Titang", one of the biggest typhoons in Philippines history. 1000+ people are dead or missing.

So yeah, hindi talaga typhoon free ang Davao City at ang flashflood, grabeh. Pati laptop ko nalunod. :nuts:

Still, proud parin ako sa Davao City dahil ever since, wala ng typhoon na nag-hit dito.

Typhoon Titang: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoon_Kate_(1970)
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Old October 4th, 2011, 02:44 AM   #2830
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Haay salamat at nalusaw na rin si potential bagyong Ramon. Ibig sabihin ba nito yung sunod na bagyo ay papangalan pa ring Ramon.

Matindi ang sikat ng araw dito sa Albay. Good weather!!! Sana wala malakas na bagyong dumating sa Pinas ngayong taon!
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Clairoyant siguro si Yumul... Yung nunal nya yung 3rd eye. lol
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Baby pa ang mga typhoon while still with the Pacific Islands. Biglang lumalaki pag malapit na sa bigger landmass like the Philippines. Just like those tidal waves, they are still small when they are out in the sea. Once they start to get nearer the land then they start to get higher.
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Baby pa ang mga typhoon while still with the Pacific Islands. Biglang lumalaki pag malapit na sa bigger landmass like the Philippines. Just like those tidal waves, they are still small when they are out in the sea. Once they start to get nearer the land then they start to get higher.
Doon kasi ang origin nila. But once nasa Philippine Sea na sila nagiipon na sila ng moisture and heat coming from the oceans. Kaya sila nagiitensify. Pagdating sa malapit sa PH ang laki at ang lakas na nila. Kaya kawawa palagi eastern side especially Bicol and Samar Area. At least ang Northern and Central Luzon including Metro Manila may Sierra Madre na maghaharang magapahina sa bagyo. Sa Bicol and Samar walang mountain range na maghaharng.

Kaya 3 sa mga pinakamalakas na bagyo sa Pinas ang naranasan ng Bicol.

1. Reming 2006 - 320kph
2. Sisang 1987 - 275kph
3. Rosing 1995 - 260kph

Laht po yan ay tumama ng Nobyembre.
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Old October 4th, 2011, 10:51 AM   #2834
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seriously, is Yumul on drugs or something?!?!:bash: kanina napanood ko sabi ng PAGASA nalusaw na daw ung LPA eh samantalang mas gumanda nga ang itsura ni 90W malapit sa Palau... in-upgrade nga uli ng JTWC ang chance nito into "LOW"...:bash::ohno:
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Old October 4th, 2011, 11:31 AM   #2835
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^^ what another seeming jejemonic official from this administration, anyabang kahelera na naman yata yan ni Mai Mislang, yung dating Makati Business Club exec. na grabeng pumalpak sa plagiarized DOT slogan, atbp.

magaling lang yata sa mudslinging at pagmamalinis ang administrasyong ito, pero sa competence ng mga officials nakaka-alarma :ohno:
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Old October 4th, 2011, 03:58 PM   #2836
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Wow:uh: meron din palang history ng bagyo na dumaan sa pinaka southern tip ng pilipinas (GenSan) :uh:
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Grabeh, rare talaga ang typhoon sa Mindanao, lalo na ang Davao.

Fact: Davao City was once hit by a typhoon named "Titang", one of the biggest typhoons in Philippines history. 1000+ people are dead or missing.

So yeah, hindi talaga typhoon free ang Davao City at ang flashflood, grabeh. Pati laptop ko nalunod. :nuts:

Still, proud parin ako sa Davao City dahil ever since, wala ng typhoon na nag-hit dito.

Typhoon Titang: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoon_Kate_(1970)
Yes that's correct. TITANG (Kate) was the second of the famous "1970 Triplets"....SENING, TITANG and YOLING. TITANG was the deadliest and most destructive to ever cross more than two provinces of Mindanao other than the Surigao Provinces.

forming just above the equator it moved west all towards the southern shores of Davao Oriental. then it moved north to enter Davao Gulf, then at its peak intensity it moved slightly northwest. landfall was at DIGOS. Then the storm suddenly shrank in size. So while Digos was battered by 200 kph winds, Davao City suddenly had winds of around 50 kph only. Pero sa liit at compact nito it didn't dissipate but crossed a wide expanse of land over Cotabato (North), part of Maguindanao, shorelines of Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur and out to Zamboanga del Norte just south of Negros Island....then TITANG reorganized and regained strength and still topped gusts of 95 kph and heavy rains as it passed Cuyo Islands.

As described, people of southern and central Mindanao were caught off guard as it was rare for a typhoon to hit the area and thus, houses were literally blown-off easily by the winds and many drowned from widespread floods and mudslides...an official death toll of 631 was pegged making it one of the deadliest in the country.

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In descending order of frequency for typhoon tracks:

VERY FREQUENT
1. Northern Luzon, Cordilleras and Ilocos Norte
2. Batanes and Babuyan Islands and Northern Cagayan
3. Catanduanes, Bicol, Quezon and the rest of Central Luzon

FREQUENT
4. Bicol, CALABARZON, Marinduque, Oriental Mindoro southern parts of Metro Manila
5. Eastern Visayas, Surigao del Norte, Masbate, Romblon, Capiz, Aklan, southern Mindoro, Calamian Group

LESS FREQUENT
6. Surigao del Sur, Agussan del Norte, Central and the rest of Western Visayas, Cuyo, the rest of Palawan


SELDOM
7. Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga Peninsula

RARE
8. The rest of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago

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seriously, is Yumul on drugs or something?!?!:bash: kanina napanood ko sabi ng PAGASA nalusaw na daw ung LPA eh samantalang mas gumanda nga ang itsura ni 90W malapit sa Palau... in-upgrade nga uli ng JTWC ang chance nito into "LOW"...:bash::ohno:
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Yes that's correct. TITANG (Kate) was the second of the famous "1970 Triplets"....SENING, TITANG and YOLING. TITANG was the deadliest and most destructive to ever cross more than two provinces of Mindanao other than the Surigao Provinces.

forming just above the equator it moved west all towards the southern shores of Davao Oriental. then it moved north to enter Davao Gulf, then at its peak intensity it moved slightly northwest. landfall was at DIGOS. Then the storm suddenly shrank in size. So while Digos was battered by 200 kph winds, Davao City suddenly had winds of around 50 kph only. Pero sa liit at compact nito it didn't dissipate but crossed a wide expanse of land over Cotabato (North), part of Maguindanao, shorelines of Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur and out to Zamboanga del Norte just south of Negros Island....then TITANG reorganized and regained strength and still topped gusts of 95 kph and heavy rains as it passed Cuyo Islands.

As described, people of southern and central Mindanao were caught off guard as it was rare for a typhoon to hit the area and thus, houses were literally blown-off easily by the winds and many drowned from widespread floods and mudslides...an official death toll of 631 was pegged making it one of the deadliest in the country.



In descending order of frequency for typhoon tracks:

VERY FREQUENT
1. Northern Luzon, Cordilleras and Ilocos Norte
2. Batanes and Babuyan Islands and Northern Cagayan
3. Catanduanes, Bicol, Quezon and the rest of Central Luzon

FREQUENT
4. Bicol, CALABARZON, Marinduque, Oriental Mindoro southern parts of Metro Manila
5. Eastern Visayas, Surigao del Norte, Masbate, Romblon, Capiz, Aklan, southern Mindoro, Calamian Group

LESS FREQUENT
6. Surigao del Sur, Agussan del Norte, Central and the rest of Western Visayas, Cuyo, the rest of Palawan


SELDOM
7. Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga Peninsula

RARE
8. The rest of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago



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mukha nga eh.'yong si quiel pa nga lang ang sabi ni yumul sa samar dadaan. samatalang nakaform na 'nong time na 'yon si quiel sa east ng northern luzon. ano 'yon biglang magdadive pababa? baka sa susunod, sasabihin na n'ya na 'yong bagyo sa north ng equator magcrocross ng equator ng ganun pa din ang circulation:lol::lol::lol:
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City to give P7.4 million cash to Luzon typhoon victims

By Jereco O. Paloma
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

THE Davao City Council on Tuesday approved under suspended rules a resolution that allows the City Government to donate P7.4 million to hundreds of thousands of families adversely affected by typhoons "Pedring" and "Quiel" in Luzon including Metro Manila.

Majority Floorleader Tomas Monteverde IV said the city's donation will be a big help, especially for families that lost their houses, source of living, and even their loved ones.


"We are on the rush because the calamity is still ongoing," Monteverde said after Tuesday’s regular City Council session.

Councilor Pilar Braga, member of City Council committee on budget and finance, said they still have to determine whether they will course through the donation to the Philippine Red Cross or directly to local government units (LGUs) of affected areas.

LGUs of affected areas will reportedly receive P100,000 each from the City Government.

The P7.4 million will come from the city's remaining calamity fund.

To recall, the City Government also donated to the victims of typhoon "Ondoy" in 2009, which was hand-carried by the Davao City Police Chief and given to the Philippine National Red Cross.

Then Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and all members of the 15th City Council donated their one month salary to the affected flood victims.

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very nice i luv my very own dabaw government. hope it will help to those flood victims in luzon.
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mukha nga eh.'yong si quiel pa nga lang ang sabi ni yumul sa samar dadaan. samatalang nakaform na 'nong time na 'yon si quiel sa east ng northern luzon. ano 'yon biglang magdadive pababa? baka sa susunod, sasabihin na n'ya na 'yong bagyo sa north ng equator magcrocross ng equator ng ganun pa din ang circulation:lol::lol::lol:
Ang suggestion ko nga kay YUMUL wag magpasikat na "nakikita nyo na ang namumu-ong bagyo at bigyan ito ng pangalan". Its like the boy who cried wolf and counting chicks before they are hatched.

We can't live on hearsay and sweeping statements.....:ohno:
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