The Chicago Cubs have had a 102 year drought.
In the 2010 season, that is first baseman Mike Sweeney who has played 16 seasons (1995-2010) without playing in the playoffs. Sweeney was dealt to the Phillies in early August and, should the Phils name him to their playoff roster, will break that streak this season.
No. The Pittsburgh Steelers first year in the NFL was 1933 and they did not make the playoffs for the first time until 1947.
The Toronto Maple Leafs ended a 8 year drought by making the playoffs in the 2013 season. They were eliminated in the first round in overtime of game 7 by the Boston Bruins.
Rajastan and gujarat are drought-prone because the monsoon winds which are completly drained by the time they reach them. the leeward side of the western ghats is drought prone as the western ghats block the rain bearing winds from reaching it.
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atlanta hawks, but that's about to end As of the 2008-09 season, the Portland Trailblazers haven't been in the playoffs since 2003.
As of 2014, a significant drought is reaching critical levels for the state as strict water saving measures are being implemented. Various areas are also seeing damage from wildfires started by natural events such as lightning.
The Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins franchise. The Senators won in 1924 and the franchise didn't win another WS until the Twins won in 1987, a span of 63 seasons.
If you go back to 2003, every team in the NBA has made the playoffs at least once. Here is a list of the 6 teams with the longest Playoff Drought. DroughtTeamLast appearance in NBA Playoffs 6 seasonsMinnesota Timberwolves2004 6 seasonsNew York Knicks2004 4 seasonsIndiana Pacers2006 4 seasonsLos Angeles Clippers2006 4 seasonsMemphis Grizzlies2006 4 seasonsSacramento Kings2006
IMHO, every scientific idea has an impact on society. The question then becomes - what constitutes 'far reaching'. One could say that global warming has not had a far reaching effect since society has not changed what they are doing to mitigate its effects. Or you can say that it has already had a far reaching effect given the damage being caused by fires, tornados, rain, drought, etc. being effected by global climate change.