Nature Essay | The Destructiveness of Nature

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The Destructiveness of Nature

Summary: In addition to its overall beauty and enchantment, nature can be most destructive and appalling. Dangerous earthquakes, eruptive volcanoes, and catastrophic hurricanes are some of Earth's most deadly and uncontrollable elements, causing several fatalities every year.

Nature can be such a marvelous thing, but have you ever realized how disastrous it can be? Nature has many positive aspects like exotic waterfalls, warm beaches and enchanting forests but alongside nature's positive aspects, it has many negative aspects as well. Nature can be one of the most destructive and appalling things; it often causes complete chaos. Nature's dangerous earthquakes, eruptive volcanoes and catastrophic hurricanes have caused several fatalities every year.

Earthquakes are an extremely unpredictable part of nature which makes it hard to prepare for. Nature can suddenly change your life without notice. Modern technology has helped to increase the accuracy of the prediction of weather but even today the old saying of "you can never fool mother nature" still applies. On January 17, 1994 the Northridge Earthquake hit Los Angeles measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale. I can hardly imagine relaxing in my apartment and being...

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