A huge comet crashing into the Pacific Ocean near San Francisco, could cause millions of casualties. It would generate a massive earthquake and a lethal megatsunami that could desolate coastal communities.
In 1883, Krakatoa erupted and created the modern world's first 'mega disaster'. The huge eruption culminated in massive explosions that blew the island volcano to bits, resulting in nearly 37,0000 deaths.
The Next Pompeii
In 79AD, Vesuvius in Italy erupted and destroyed the metropolis of Pompeii. Today, experts fear that Vesuvius could erupt again and wipe the city of Naples from the map.
We are now living in a world in which the gap between supply and demand is ever increasing. What ensues is a scramble for the basic necessities of life as the struggle descends into outright warfare.
As spacecraft leave our atmosphere to investigate the possibility of life on Mars, some experts fear that one could bring back a harmful sample from Mars that could endanger mankind.
Many climatologists are warning that intense and prolonged droughts could ravage the interior of the Western United States, leading to catastrophic water shortages.
As temperatures rise, a global meltdown has begun. Oceans throughout the world are also becoming hotter. Warmer seas fuel more intense hurricanes. Scientists predict that the worst is yet to come.