Hurricane Harvey Hit Hard, Thanks in Great Part to the Hand of Man

The deaths, damage and havoc left in Harvey's path are caused in part by the hand of man.
Sand dunes, trees and natural occurring dams all help absorb storm water run off and prevent catastrophic natural events.

Poor city planning doesn't allow for Mother Nature to properly do her job.

For years an increase in flooding, earthquakes, wildfires, super storms and drought has been predicted by scientists and geologists.

Therefore no one should be surprised by these catastrophic, sad occurrences.

"The water has nowhere to go. There's too much concrete there," said a Texas-resident friend of mine today via a phone conversation.

Photo of Houston flooding