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I support Lexies idea. Buildings and other structures falling are dangerous.
i do agree with Kole, but you should provide evidence. Maybe when a certain earthquake or tsunami happened?
I believe earthquakes are more destructive than volcanoes. They can destroy up to 300 miles of land! In 1857, the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on the San Andreas Fault ruptured almost 220 miles from the fault. That's at least 2 miles per second! Earthquakes also cause other natural disasters to happen. Tsunamis for example. When the Earth's tectonic plates move past each other, they cause large earthquakes, which tilt, offset, or displace large areas of the ocean floor from a few kilometers. In 1960, a tsunami was generated by a magnitude 9.5 earthquake that had a rupture zone of over 1,000 km. Its waves were destructive not only in Chile, but also as far away as Hawaii, Japan and other places in the Pacific
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!