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Is man responsible for all the natural calamities?

  • Yes humans are responsible for natural calamities

    Human beings are the creations of nature. They drew everything needed for their very survival from nature. The air they breathe, the water they drink, the food they eat and thousands of articles they use daily-all come from nature. Yet, strangely enough, man keeps a hostile attitude towards nature. Conquest of nature is the expression which is often used to denote man’s activities like space exploration, taming the rivers, etc. which sums up man’s attitude towards nature.
    Our earth is a unique planet. It is one of the eight planets in the solar system in the Milky Way.

    It is the only planet known to have conditions suitable for life. In no other planet such conditions or any signs of life existing or to have existed in the past have been found. Nature has created this unique planet for the existence and survival of human beings. The conditions prevailing on the earth are suitable for our comfortable living. First of all, the distance from the sun is such that we get warmth to sustain life.

    The scientists believe that nearness to the sun by a few thousand kilometres would have raised earth’s temperatures to such a degree that no life could survive. Similarly, if our earth had been away from the sun by a few thousand kilometres, this would have created freezing temperatures. Apart from warmth which created conditions suitable for life, air has been provided in abundance for human beings and animals to breathe.

    Its is humans who have created a great dis balance in nature.

  • Man is responsible for natural disasters

    A powerful earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday. It is the worst earthquake recorded in Nepal in last 80 years. It was followed by a major aftershock on Sunday. The reported earthquake killed thousands of people and demolished a number of buildings. The issue here is not to discuss the after impact of natural calamities, but is to discuss who should be held accountable for such major losses? There is a group who believe that it is nature or God that uses such measures to discipline humankind while the second group calls mankind as responsible for natural disasters? So, is mankind really responsible for series of natural disasters?

  • Man is responsible for natural disasters

    A powerful earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday. It is the worst earthquake recorded in Nepal in last 80 years. It was followed by a major aftershock on Sunday. The reported earthquake killed thousands of people and demolished a number of buildings. The issue here is not to discuss the after impact of natural calamities, but is to discuss who should be held accountable for such major losses? There is a group who believe that it is nature or God that uses such measures to discipline humankind while the second group calls mankind as responsible for natural disasters? So, is mankind really responsible for series of natural disasters?

  • No of course humans are not

    Man kind cant change the temperature...Man kind cant disturb the tectonic plates,so how are man responsible for natural disasters the earth is used to getting bad weather .
    Humans have existed for such a minute period of time thats its impossible to say that we are responsible for natural disasters.

  • No man is not responsible.

    Although man has created some of the calamities, man is not responsible for all natural calamities. It is natures way to destroy and offer new life to many places at once and is an uncountable force that can create a problem any time it wants to. Humans have helped push nature to be more resourceful, but they are not to be blamed for all of it.

  • Humanity Not to Blame for All Natural Calamities

    No, humanity is not to blame for all natural disasters as natural disasters have been occurring on Earth even before humanity first stepped foot upon it. Tornadoes happen in Tennessee, earthquakes happen in the Mid-West, and so on, and so on. The word "natural" in "natural disaster" means that these events occur as part of the natural order of the world. Humanity is not to blame.

  • Man responsible for most, not all, disasters

    While mankind has, is, and will continue to damage the environment and ecosystem for many years, one cannot hold mankind solely responsible for all natural calamaties. Yes, we have begun the process of climate change, which will increase the number of these calamaties. However they would still exist in some form were man to have never existed.


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