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Title: Manila Flood
Post by: vmlxdealer on Jun 25, 2011, 02:25 AM
Grabe, baha na naman dito sa Maynila! I hope hindi malala ang baha diyan sa ibang parte ng Pilipinas.  :D
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ric_TNT on Jun 25, 2011, 02:59 AM
Grabe, baha na naman dito sa Maynila! I hope hindi malala ang baha diyan sa ibang parte ng Pilipinas.  :D

Hindi nyo ba napapansin, mukhang epekto yata ito ng climate change.

Too many climatic condition abnormalities  occurred lately everywhere including the Philippines.

Seems too much water (melted from snow) has radically changed climate processes as a result of too much dependency on fossil fuels. Abuse on nature would be catasthropic to humanity and it would take sometime to reverse any adverse effects or it may never happen if humanity would not seriously do something about it.   
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: TSO on Jun 25, 2011, 04:45 AM
^ Don't you think it could be because our drainage system... sucks?

It is common knowledge that people just toss random garbage in there and clog up the whole thing.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ric_TNT on Jun 25, 2011, 06:17 AM
^ Don't you think it could be because our drainage system... sucks?

It is common knowledge that people just toss random garbage in there and clog up the whole thing.

It is now a worlwide phenomena. Our garbage and drainage aggravates the problem locally.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: jetz on Jun 25, 2011, 06:22 AM
Mr. Oscar Tabada, Pagasa station chief said that the rainfall collected in just two hours of rain in a small area was the biggest he has seen in his 32 years of tracking weather conditions.

Everywhere around the world, climate conditions have turned upside down. Snow storms, heavy rains, floods, drought, etc. have been occurring in places where extreme weather conditions have been unheard of for decades. Damage to life and property is high as people are unprepared for climate abnormalities, all because the weather has become extremely difficult to predict or even explain.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: moneybrainz on Jun 25, 2011, 10:51 AM
pinakita kahapon sa tv sobrang barado na pala yung mga drainage dahil sa basura kaya wala na mapuntahan yung tubig ulan..damay na lahat dahil sa mga pasaway na tapon ng tapon kahit saan..
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: Payback on Jun 25, 2011, 11:32 AM
Wala atang pinatawad etong ulan na ito.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: vmlxdealer on Jun 25, 2011, 02:10 PM
If I may suggest, I go with the drainage system solution. Making an efficient drainage system is simpler and easier than preventing power plants from burning fuel and everybody else from riding their cars.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: Payback on Jun 25, 2011, 02:22 PM
Kaya kaya natin yung ginawa sa Malaysia, pag malakas ang ulan, yung isang tunnel for vehicles ay sinasarado para sa mga motorista at ginagawang parang kanal pangdrain?
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ric_TNT on Jun 25, 2011, 09:53 PM
If I may suggest, I go with the drainage system solution. Making an efficient drainage system is simpler and easier than preventing power plants from burning fuel and everybody else from riding their cars.

I don't think your suggestion would resolve rising sea level, pag tumaas ang sea level useless na ang drainage system kasi mag back flow ang tubig inland.

Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: puberer on Jun 26, 2011, 07:15 AM
ganito kami sa MAKATI! lampas bewang ang baha.   :help:

Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: vmlxdealer on Jun 26, 2011, 03:46 PM
Yeah. I was thinking small-scale. I don't think the flood is caused by global warming. Storms like these frequently happen in the past, too. Since the sea levels aren't rising yet, we should focus more on the drainage system. I think pag dumating na yung impending na disaster caused by global warming, dun palang gagalaw ang mga tao anyway.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ric_TNT on Jun 26, 2011, 04:11 PM
World community is already alarmed by global warming.

In Australia, weather is now unpredictable like snow and freezing temperatures before winter, floods in unexpected large areas, above average sweltering heat in summer etc ...

USA experienced floods and alarming number of tornados.

So is China devastated by floods, New Zealand by earthquakes, Japan with earthquakes and tsunami.

Scandinavian and European countries experienced unexpected long rainy season this year.

Scientists are monitoring meltdown of alarming large volume of glaciers in the North and South Pole.

Sana makatuklas na ng green alternative fuels para mabawasan ang dependency sa fossil fuels bago maging huli ang lahat.  :yoohoo:    
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: arnel on Jun 26, 2011, 05:25 PM
Kaya kaya natin yung ginawa sa Malaysia, pag malakas ang ulan, yung isang tunnel for vehicles ay sinasarado para sa mga motorista at ginagawang parang kanal pangdrain?
yan din ang naisip ko kasi napanood ko siya sa mega structures,,,
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ric_TNT on Jun 26, 2011, 05:37 PM

Ang  problema, kaya kaya ng Pilipinas mag instill ng disiplina sa taumbayan para huwag magtapon ng basura sa mga ilog, estero at mga floodways ?

Ang kawalan ng sariling disiplina sa karamihan ng ating sambayanan ang nagiging mabigat na dahilan ng mga problema.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: arnel on Jun 26, 2011, 06:21 PM
malaking problema boss ric_tnt lalo na sa mga shantty areas located near our riverbaanks,,,
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: DonT on Jun 26, 2011, 06:30 PM
It is now a worlwide phenomena. Our garbage and drainage aggravates the problem locally.
1. Basically..whatever little drainage system we have..its clogged with garbage.
2. The landscape or geography of a particular area is sculpt by mother nature to drain to the sea as efficiently as possible. Once developers start building subdivisions and highways without consideration of these natural forces...then problems occur.
3. If the 2 above are addressed, i beleive that even additional rains come, the effect on the local community will be less.

Alam na natin na bahain..people still stay. Dapat mag relocate na somewhere higher. Coz it will only get worse.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: cousinit on Jul 01, 2011, 06:02 PM
different people has different point of view, but in general all of this is cause by climate change

Citizen blame the government by not doing anything regarding the flood issue, But come to think of it, is it really the government fault? it is the citizens fault, we just throw our trash anywhere we want as if our country is a BIG trash bin... lets us all be united in stopping climate change by doing our part.

1.let us not throw our trash anywhere.
2. let us segregate our trash, Biodegradable,  Non-Biodegradable.
3. Let us remember the three R
a. Reuse
b. Reduce
c. Recycle
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: suarezlyka on Jul 01, 2011, 06:20 PM
palitan na kasi mga drainage masyadong bulok na and lets also discipline our self na rin like not throwing our garbages anywhere
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ForexBoy on Jul 04, 2011, 07:33 AM
Everybody seems to know what is the right thing to do but the only problem is the laziness to apply them.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: joss on Jul 06, 2011, 01:55 PM
ang problema dapat dag dagan pa natin ng todo ang pagtapon ng basura para tumaas agad ang lupa para di na bumabaha di na kailangan ng drainage.....gastos lang yan drainage jan pa mkag babahay ang mga daga at ipis.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: cousinit on Jul 12, 2011, 04:43 PM
the main problem is crab mentality, people always blame others, because they dont see their own mistake, their wrong practice... they only see the mistake of other people...
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: cianojean on Jul 18, 2011, 05:31 PM
kaya naman nag babaha agad dito, lahat naman ng tao nag tatapon kahit saan eh...
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: shopaholic on Nov 18, 2011, 01:36 PM
I'm not pointing or saying that the informal settlers are the main reason, but they are occupying the canal system already (ilog) they are keep throwing their trash there, expanding their land without government permit, which is why the canal system is already clog
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: joconcepcion on Nov 18, 2011, 01:44 PM
SORRY PO, kulang ang mga politiko natin ang political will! buti na lang kahit paano yung mga taga riles ng train nakalipat na, sana yung mga nasa tabing canal makalipat na rin..!habang malayo pa ang election..,, ngayon na... NOW NA..! :rakenrol:
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: ferrariEverest on Nov 18, 2011, 05:49 PM
actually, sobra ang politiko natin. sobrang kulang naman ang political will at implementation ng batas.
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: McDona on Nov 21, 2011, 03:47 PM
sobrang pa good looking lang ang ating mga politiko, wala naman sila nagagawa. hangang picture lang...
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: drogonville on Jan 25, 2012, 03:41 PM
puro picture nga, dami din mga tarp and papers w/c leads to more trach and flood
Title: Re: Manila Flood
Post by: krsitine020 on Feb 25, 2012, 10:43 AM
its true guys  :hihi: