Guest column: End the climate of hatr...

Guest column: End the climate of hatred toward Asian-Americans

There are 2 comments on the The Montgomery Advertiser story from Oct 1, 2012, titled Guest column: End the climate of hatred toward Asian-Americans. In it, The Montgomery Advertiser reports that:

Hate crimes against Asian-Americans must stop. The horrific killing of six Sikh-Americans in Oak Creek, Wis., at the hands of a white supremacist on Aug.

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dailyera

New Delhi, India

#1 Oct 23, 2012
Group of scientists trying to ascertain the reasons behind earthquakes in Lorca say that groundwater extraction seems to be the main cause of it. Surface maps prepared through satellite studies make them understand which parts of the ground moved in which direction. They say that those areas where water has been taken out for long years have seen more of such earthquakes.

The area stands on a seismically active region so the earthquake had to come anyway, the drainage of water just made it occur early. Dr. Gonzalez said "we cannot set up a rule just by studying a single particular case". "But the evidence that we have collected in this study could be necessary to expand research in other future events that occur near... dams, aquifers and melting glaciers, where you have tectonic faults close to these sources."

However, the study shows what disasters human activities like water extracting can cause. It’s an indication to mankind to play fair with Mother Nature. Nature’s fury can’t be tackled by any existing measures and there seems no possibility that any such measure can be invented in near future. Geo-engineers are making efforts in this direction for long time but nobody knows when these efforts will fructify.Group of scientists trying to ascertain the reasons behind Earthquakes in Lorca say that groundwater extraction seems to be the main cause of it. Surface maps prepared through satellite studies make them understand which parts of the ground moved in which direction. They say that those areas where water has been taken out for long years have seen more of such earthquakes.

The area stands on a seismically active region so the earthquake had to come anyway, the drainage of water just made it occur early. Dr. Gonzalez said "we cannot set up a rule just by studying a single particular case". "But the evidence that we have collected in this study could be necessary to expand research in other future events that occur near... dams, aquifers and melting glaciers, where you have tectonic faults close to these sources."

However, the study shows what disasters human activities like water extracting can cause. It’s an indication to mankind to play fair with Mother Nature. Nature’s fury can’t be tackled by any existing measures and there seems no possibility that any such measure can be invented in near future. Geo-engineers are making efforts in this direction for long time but nobody knows when these efforts will fructify.
Human Revolution

Loveland, OH

#2 Oct 23, 2012
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