"How grieved is the best a building? You will probably do as the French and the rest of the world in the last days: Gather together, share memories, pray, and are eventually forward. "
"To see the fire at close quarters on Monday evening was to witness a kind of tragedy, but also to feel a certain tingle of history's capriciousness. It was easy to get a little femöresfilosofisk. Man builds and no nags, nature burns down or blows apart, and the man may begin."
"It is not wrong that we get a little exercise in the topic, we can come to be a part of historical monuments to provide going forward. "
"Notre-Dame de Paris is located on the island Île de la Cité, in the middle of the Seine river, the French capital, the actual artery. In June 2016, the water level rose to 6.1 metres above normal and all the activity along the lower rivers had to be suspended. The promenade in the summer is populated by walkers, joggers, and a range of bars and restaurants low after a few days of heavy rain completely under water. Myself I remember the most, the invasion of rodents in the neighborhoods around the river and the canal a bit further up in town. It was a råttsommar and France lost the european CHAMPIONSHIP final in football on home soil."
"In January last year overflowed the Seine with close to 5.9 metres and the nearby museums of the Louvre and the Musée d'orsay was forced to shut down several halls and evacuate the works of art in order to avoid costly moisture damage. The water was again so high that the boats couldn't get under the bridges on the Seine. The parisians were urged not to store valuables in the cellar areas. Several of the underground lines taken over by the water and public transport had to be cancelled."
"the French meteorological institute, as well as other authorities on the subject, cautious in its conclusions about climate change direct impact on the recent years of flooding in Paris. That the region is exposed is, however, beyond doubt. While the earth's average temperature has increased by 0,85 degrees in the past 140 years, the temperature in the paris region increased by 1.3 degrees. The three warmest years in the French capital since 1872 occurred in 2011, 2014 and 2015. The risk for the type of heavy rain that fell in June 2016 rises in all events in pace with global warming."
"Paris is not the only metropolis in the risk. New York city mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a few weeks ago an infrastructure plan for the 100 billion to secure Manhattan from flooding in the coming decades. Another 400 billion will be earmarked for, among other things, build mobile the levees, and to raise the city's parks (!) the face of the future expected water levels. Large parts of Venice will be under water at the next c of global warming escalates. 49 world heritage buildings and monuments around the Mediterranean is expected to be smoldering to the face of the rising sea levels and the expected soil erosion. We can not expect that the economically hard-pressed countries like Greece and Tunisia will be able to put away billions in order to save their ancient relics."
"It may seem macabre to focus on the heritage and sacred pillars when civilization as we know it is about to literally rinsed away. But is it something the burning of Notre-Dame shows us is the one in which the putty to historic buildings is both between people and generations."
"the Fire in Paris seem to be fortunately not a single person works. Everything points to an accident, possibly a certain degree of carelessness."
"the Next time a known monuments krackelerar can we all bear the blame. It is the good news in this context. The bad thing is that we probably will have the full up to save ourselves."