Are Natural Disasters Man Made?

What’s the most important resource on this planet? Water… (that I know of) I read on a post that Vegas is recycling their water. They found a way to reuse it. Which is great for this planet. And then also something about swimming pools shouldn’t be made in residential households (don’t quote me on that). My point is, it’s a small step in the right direction. We just need to implement this for the rest of the world. Finding ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Something that I learned way back when back in school.

The problem is that we are wasting so many resources than we are recycling. Meaning demand continues to rise leading to more drilling and digging into the planet’s crust. When we don’t reuse materials that can be reusable, or recycle for that matter, we’re doing more to damage Earth with our needs and wants for us. We don’t think about mother nature and how she feels. Resources within this planet is finite. But how we choose to use these resources can make it feel as if they were infinite.

That being said, by drilling deeper into Earth’s crust, we may be causing these so-called natural disasters. The reason why earthquakes, tornadoes, and hurricanes/tsunami etc. exist. And same goes for volcanic eruptions as well (possibly). I will say though, without the drilling for fuel, I would not be able to drive my car and get to work and travel. Along with that, the beauty of materials we have here are great. I would not have a roof over my head without it.

But the future is here, and we are transitioning to electric vehicles and solar powered energy which I love. Which is also still a work in progress considering we’re in the earlier stages. Maybe this is the time when we have to endure the pain and suffering from natural disasters. And that is now a part of our history. Possibly in the next decade or so, we can be more efficient with our resources. Whatever it all is, let’s do our part!