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We have no right to spoil our mother earth i think we should not cause any sort of disaster to the earth . I feel man made disasters for war is more harmful as in JAPAN they exploded a bomb and the soil had lost its fertility and no food was grown this is the biggest example of mans stupidness to throw a hammer on his own leg .If We are spoiling any harming nature indirectly we are harming us. Nature has scientific reasons for disasters and some of them are of man made pollution.
The aftereffects of man made disasters are longer lasting than that of natural disasters. A group of American scientists have discovered that if a small scale nuclear war were to occur, the aftermath would be catastrophic, even worse than global warming. Global temperatures will crash, land masses will be rendered infertile, irradiated water will be left undrinkable and of course the loss of millions of human lives.
After all these, how can you conclude that natural disasters are worse than man made disasters?
When comparing natural disasters and man-made disasters, I believe that man-made disasters are generally more dangerous or harmful. Some recent man-made disasters would include the huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which was harmful to people and wildlife. We also have a few incidents with nuclear power plant disasters which have proved to be catastrophic. Natural disasters can be dangerous, but more often than not, it does not destroy nature entirely.
Natural disasters are a million times worse than man-made disasters.For example when there is an earthquake many people loose their lives and they even loose their property and other things that matter a lot to people.And in a war which is a man-made disaster, people loose their lives but all people don't loose their lives, only the ones that fight in the war will loose their lives and even in the war some die and most will be injured.And no property will be lost.
Not only that natural disasters are larger in magnitude, but when it comes to reaching out to the affected, it becomes a challenge in itself. Communication channels and the major infrastructure wipe out totally. Also since these are mostly unpredictable, they pose a larger threat to cope when they happen.
I don't think that man-made disasters can begin to compare with the power and tenacity that mother nature can bring through natural disasters. Natural disasters are not planned out, they can happen out of the blue and I think the sheer power that can lie within natural disasters can make the whole world crumble to its feet.
The recent storm in the Philippines, Super Typhoon Haiyan, killed more than 6,000, and more are counted as still missing. It did an estimated $1.67 billion in damage, in an area where infrastructure was limited and relatively inexpensive. Nothing humankind can do matches the destructive power
of hurricanes, earthquakes, floods and winter storms. We humans are full of ourselves, agog at our power and might, but nothing we do can match the power and majesty of nature. Someday we will accept that, and learn to live with the world instead of trying to dam it up and wall it out.