The Problem Of Natural Disasters

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The purpose of this paper is to identify one of the more common circumstances about why people panic in disasters. The paper will discuss fear and the lack of knowledge in which it make a person behave differently. Introduction By Webster definition, “panic” is sudden fear; general hysteria or a cause to become fearful. Webster describes Disaster as an incident of great harm or distress. In my opinion, there are less injuries and deaths if panic would not set in. Cultural people acts differently, for example the Japanese culture acts completely different for other countries when facing disasters. Twenty percent of earthquakes occurs around Japan so they are faced with the fiery of Mother Nature daily. The country has faced significant disasters from tsunamis to volcanic eruptions, which has affected their way of life. Natural Disasters can occur anywhere at any time. Some are more predictable than others, but they all bring hardship to everyone’s life. Examples of natural disasters are Earthquakes (Haiti 2010), Nepal (2015) Tornadoes, Tsunami, Hurricanes Katrina (2005) and Floods. Regardless of what kind of disaster occurs, bottom line, everyone needs to be prepared mentally and physically to deal with the aftermath. Education is the first step to prepare you to deal with any major disaster. Will you ever be part of nature’s disasters? Most natural disasters can be foreseen with the aid of advanced technology, but, overall, nature’s wonders occur unexpectedly. The
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