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The reason for natural disasters

A typical natural disaster nowadays impacts the lives of 1 million people, some 300 million people in total every year.

The effects of a disaster are more wide ranging than people may realize.
For example with a Tsunami:

  • Short term is the death and destruction caused by the wave hitting, and even more from the wave receding.
  • Long term is disease, for example with the destruction of the sewage system.
  • Local infrastructure collapses.
  • Water shortages.
  • Food shortages.
  • People get cold and then fall ill.
  • Added to that they are living in wet conditions.
  • Fertile ground is made useless due to the saturation by the wave, and then the contamination from the sewage.
  • Victims may be burned and the fat from the human tissue seeps into the ground and then into the water table, spreading disease.
  • People are displaced and children orphaned..

  • What is the reason for so many natural disasters?

    People eating meat other than cow, pork and chicken, which I deal with separately, see My other articles.
    People suffer in the same way that the animals they eat suffer.

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