Haiti in Context: Trying to Visualize the Disaster

Posted on the Rasmussen College website:

150,000 is a big number by anyone’s standards, but for a small country like Haiti, it is unfathomable. This is what America would look like if we lost a proportionate number of our citizens to a natural disaster…

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4 Comments on "Haiti in Context: Trying to Visualize the Disaster"

  1. MrYinYang | Feb 3, 2010 at 6:00 pm |

    In America our college girls give themselves out for free. I'm so happy to live in America.

  2. I think this map is misleading, using 4 of the largest land mass /least populated states. This graphic would be considerably different using an area something closer to the population density of Haiti, like NYC.

  3. And yes, 150,000 dead is unfathomably tragic.

  4. Modern Primate | Feb 27, 2010 at 12:17 am |

    Aww…. Couldn't they have deleted Texas?

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