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如果你曾經組織過一次活動,你知道其中會涉及很多計畫。

怎樣才能準備一場整個世界翹首企盼的活動?

一個國家正在經歷這樣的事情,稍後為您帶來。

不過首先是有關歐洲的惡劣天氣。

你在這張圖上會看到紫色這是一次主要的風暴。

它不是颶風,但確實如颶風一樣強勁。

稍微往近處移動,你會發現這個風暴嚴重襲擊英格蘭南部。

它也席捲法國、比利時和荷蘭的部分地區。

這個視頻告訴你風勢到底有多強勁。

這場風暴導致至少2人死亡, 英格蘭的220000幢房屋失去電力。

官員們擔心洪水的可能性。

恢復工作在英格蘭剛剛開始。

而在美國東北部,一場毀滅性的風暴襲擊該地區一年之後恢復工作同樣也在進行當中。

去年的這一天桑迪在新澤西州南部登陸。

它造成超過美國6個州的117人死亡,加拿大及加勒比地區超過69人死亡。

官員們估計,桑迪造成美國東部數百億美元的損失。

當颶風來襲,最大的威脅之一是風暴潮。

那些是來自海洋的海浪。

當風暴以像你在這裡看到的斜角登陸,風暴潮會更加分散。

所以,這是一個更廣泛的區域,但並不強烈。

而桑迪則以更多的垂直角度登陸。

事實上,它比所記錄的颶風更接近於垂直。

那是為了控制風暴潮,但這也使得它更為強烈:

據測量紐約港的一波超過32英尺高。

在其旅行穿過大西洋時, 桑迪曾是颶風,然而就在登陸前它被重新歸類為後熱帶氣旋。

這就是為什麼一些人稱它為超級風暴桑迪的原因。

失去颶風的地位也意味著失去颶風的檢測和警告。

自那時開始國家氣象服務改變了預警指南。

現在, 在颶風後變成後熱帶風暴警告和監測仍然有效。

在這些圖片中,你可以看到左邊桑迪所造成的損失,而右邊標誌去年風暴襲擊後重建工作的開始。

以及許多桑迪受害者展示的決心。

艾莉·哈根的家再也沒有恢復電力。

我們有一個美麗的家。

她在布裡茨·波恩特的家經受住了風暴,但沒逃過大火焚燒的劫難,似乎最壞的情況過去後她的鄰居也遭到牽連。

我愛你,非常愛你,愛死你了。你好嗎?

我想你。

哈根希望一年後她可以回到這裡。

對於像她一樣的人有一個詞可以恰當形容。

這只是其中一件事,如果你遇見那些堅忍不拔的人,你就會明白其中感受。

20多年來,鄧尼斯·加內博士一直在探究堅韌背後的科學奧秘。

在他與史蒂文·南斯維克博士合著的書中,他們解決這個問題,為什麼有些人似乎天生堅韌不拔?

加內表示這部分來自遺傳。

但是我們都能學會適應這種特性,使我們更加堅韌,比如樂觀和利他主義。

無私的人回饋別人就是幫助自己回復。

If you've ever organized an event, you know it can take a lot of planning.

What does it take to get ready for an event the whole world will watch?

One country is finding out, and that story is coming up.

First though, severe weather in Europe.

You see the purple on this map-that's a major storm.

It's not a hurricane, but it did have winds as strong as a hurricane.

Moving in a little closer, you can see that this storm hit southern England really hard.

It also swept across parts of France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

This video gives an idea of how strong the winds work.

The storm led to at least two deaths, 220,000 homes lost power in England.

Officials worried about the possibility of flooding.

The recovery process in England is getting started.

In the Northeastern U.S., the recovery process is still going, one year after a devastating storm hit that region.

Sandy made landfall in southern New Jersey on this day last year.

It's responsible for 117 deaths across more than six U.S. states and 69 more deaths in Canada and the Caribbean.

Officials estimate that Sandy caused tens of billions of dollars in damage along the U.S. East Cost.

When a hurricane hits, one of the biggest threats is the storm surge.

Those are the waves that come in from the ocean.

When a storm makes landfall at an oblique angle like you see here, the storm surge is more spread out.

So, it's a wider area, but less intense.

Sandy made landfall at more of a perpendicular angle.

In fact, it was closer to perpendicular than any hurricane on the record.

That kept the storm surge more contained, but it also made it more intense:

one wave in New York harbor was measured at more than 32 feet tall.

During its journey through the Atlantic, Sandy was a hurricane, right before it made landfall, it was reclassified as a post-tropical cyclone.

That's why some people refer to it as Superstorm Sandy.

Losing hurricane status also meant the loss of hurricane watches and warnings.

Since then, the National Weather Service changed its warning guidelines.

Now, warnings and watches can be issued or stayed in effect after a hurricane becomes a post-tropical storm.

In these pictures, you can see the damage from Sandy on the left, and on the right, sign to the rebuilding efforts in the year since the storm hit.

And the determination that many Sandy victims display.

The power never came back on at Allie Hagen's place.

We had a beautiful front deck.

Her house in Breezy Point withstood the storm, but it burnt in the fire that torched her neighborhood after it seemed the worst had passed.

I love you, love you, love you. How are you?

I miss you.

Hagen hopes that in another year she'll be back here.

There's a word for people like her.

It's one of those things that if you meet somebody who's resilient, you kind of know it.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Dennis Charney has been studying the science behind resilience.

In his book co-authored with Dr.Steven Southwick, they tackled the question, why is it that some people seem to naturally bend without breaking?

Charney says, it's partially genetic.

But we can all learn to adapt traits that would make us more resilient, like optimism and altruism.

People who are altruistic and get back to others, that helps them in their own recovery.

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