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Disaster Response Formulas and Systems

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posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 02:19 PM
Definition of "Disaster": anything that causes death.

Causes of death can be placed into 6 categories: 1) War, 2) Disease, 3) Homicide, 4) Suicide, 5) Accident, and/or 6) Weather (the 6 compiling WDSHAW).

Formulas are the most powerful scientific resource. Educating Americans and the World about formulas can enhance the effectiveness of their response to disasters, potentially saving the entire human, plant, and animal races.

Systems enable people, animals, and plants to work together (hopefully in an inspired fashion!) to further develop exceedingly precise formulaic responses to disasters (WDSHAW).

Naturally, the great human, animal, and plant mind must suffer the great pain of imagining all possible disasters before they occur. Our response formula(s) to disaster formula(s) will dictate the survivability of the World, People, Animals, Plants, Continents, Nations, Alliances, Babies, Future Generations...

posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 02:28 PM

Which formulas would you recommend?

Which are currently in action? Need to be expanded upon?

What's your take on it?

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