Just how big was Typhoon Haiyan?

November 11, 2013


It seems that Typhoon Haiyan, perhaps the history’s most powerful storm, has killed roughly 10,000 in the Philippines. Just how big was it? Perhaps this jaw-dropping photo can help Americans understand.  It would have covered much of the US East Coast — with winds far stronger than either Karina’s or Sandy’s.


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About Charles Redfern

Charles Redfern is a writer, activist, and clergyman living in Connecticut with his wife and family. He's currently writing two books, with more in his head.

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