That headline should make your heart skip a beat, especially after witnessing the aftermath of the “once-in-100-years events” that have occurred over the past few years: Katrina, Irene, the Japan tsunami and most recently Hurricane Sandy. The frequency of these storms is alarming and should prompt each one of us to pause and think. Are these cataclysms a byproduct of mankind, following years of damage to our ozone layer from an increasingly industrialized global society? Are global warming pundits saying, “I told you so”? Or are these disasters simply unexplainable “mother nature” events? Who really knows?