Anyone reading this from Yahoo! Shine is likely to just point and laugh:
In point of fact, the expression is “in point of fact” or maybe “as a matter of fact” or simply “in fact.”
Heard of the “I Don’t Know How to Punctuate Club”? Its members have no idea which punctuation marks to use and where to put them:
I have no idea why the writer thought she needed a question mark and a comma, but I’m sure she has no idea, too. And I have no idea what “it references” means, except that maybe she meant “it includes.”
I understand the term “natural disasters,” but not how to put emphasis on the later. Does you mean the later disaster? Or is it possible she meant “on the latter”? But the latter of what two things? Anyone have any ideas?
While you’re thinking about that, you might also consider why a writer would arbitrarily capitalize common nouns like hurricanes and melanoma: