While the Mother Nature spends its main beauty on nature, can also take back painfully. Between 1980 and 2010, hundreds of natural disasters occurred in the world. Disasters resulting in the deaths of thousands of people the bill was quite large as well as the effect. These painful events around the world, 500 billion dollars in total, as well as damage brought. To give an example of some of these disasters; Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Andrew and major earthquakes. So, why do people think that nature is dangerous? construction does not give up? There is a simple and bitter answer irresponsibility, convenience and tradition… The most painful face of human beings is that it has a very weak memory. Rules taken when the disaster is fresh, After the targeted principles are easily forgotten. Landowners, as if the incident never happened continues to rebuild. After this indiscretion, the painful bills appear. Early in the morning of May 12, 2008 8.0 miles from China Ngawa magnitude earthquake. The first devastating blow resulted in the death of 69,195 people. There were almost 19,000 unaccounted for missing people. After the earthquake, magnitude 6.0 a few more aftershocks occurred and felt even at 1,600 km away. Sichuan earthquake since 1950 It is the most deadly earthquake in China. Chinese government rescue efforts in three years Spent $ 146 billion. In the first damage, 11 million people became homeless. Demolition damage to homes and companies was over $ 20 billion. The Maule earthquake lasted three minutes. This time is short for life but quite long for earthquakes On February 27, 2010 it has changed the lives of millions of people forever. Reaching 8.8 on the Richter scale Maule earthquake, the entire Chilean population It affected the lives of 80%. It was the sixth largest earthquake recorded in the seismograph. In addition to being one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded, it also triggered the tsunami that caused damage to the coastline. According to official records, 525 people died in the earthquake. The loss reached $ 31 billion. People living in Japan with great visuals, October 23, 2004 6.8 magnitude earthquake, It occurred in Hokonsu’s Hokuriku region, the largest island in the country. Second earthquake 16 minutes after the first earthquake and about 90 minutes later, the last earthquake occurred. All earthquakes killed 40 people and the damage reached about $ 34 billion. Life at Reseda, California, changed forever at 04.31. The earthquake lasted only 20 seconds. What makes this earthquake special is more than its 6.7 magnitude. It was very fast to reach 255 kilometers. A few tremors of magnitude 6.0 occurred after the first earthquake. As a result, all the damage was just over $ 40 billion. the number of deaths has not been confirmed clearly; but it is estimated to be between 60 and 72. Damage is heavily over 160 km. and deaths were caused by building collapse. The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane is the deadliest and most damaged hurricane in history. Sandy Hurricane that occurred on this date again won the title of the 2nd largest coastal hurricane in US history. Hurricane first occurred on Cuban mainland and spread north along the Atlantic Ocean, spanning almost 1,770 kilometers. At least 286 people died after the hurricane. Disaster occurring throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, Damaged millions of dollars due to flooding in Haiti. It also killed 54 people, including two Canadian. It also caused $ 100 million damage in Ontario and Quebec. We usually don’t think of a heat wave as a natural disaster. Excessive drought did not directly kill, but caused more damage than earthquakes and other natural disasters. In the summer of 1980 heatwave killed over 1,700 people and caused more than $ 55 billion in damage. Temperatures from the entire region with a strong high pressure wave reached 90⁰F (32⁰C) per day Extreme temperatures have depleted the country’s water supply. Killed 6 people in Missouri Wisconsin it created violent storms that damaged thousands of homes. Before the drought in 1980 was completely clear In 1988, the American people had to face another one. The drought lasted a year. Drought of the 1920s, known as ust Dust Bowl It was the worst storm in 60 years. Schools were closed during the disaster. Heat waves killed about 10,000 people in 1988 and 1989 and dried thousands of acres of land. The storm was the most expensive natural disaster in US history, with $ 78 billion worth of damage before Hurricane Katrina. January 17, 1995 at 05.46 for 20 seconds Shaken 6.8. 6,434 people were killed in such a short time and the damage was over $ 100 billion. In the first jolt, 150,000 buildings were destroyed and aftershocks were felt for weeks. 22% of all structures were damaged beyond repair. Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, hitherto The biggest damage is natural disaster. Hurricane Katrina, 1,833 deaths and $ 108 billion in damage. Hurricane first started in Bahamas and then proceeded to relatives of the United States. Quickly move from the Gulf of Mexico to New Orleans and hundreds of people in Louisiana He was killed by unprepared arrest. Earthquake in the ocean, With a size of 9.0, it occurred in a very unique intensity. This earthquake is the most severe earthquake ever recorded. Waves exceeding 40 meters in height triggered a powerful tsunami. The earthquake was exactly 3 meters east of the Honshu mainland. In this earthquake, the world is sliding 4 cm around its axis. changed its trajectory. So, what was the damage? what do you think 16,000 deaths, 20 extraordinary state offices and millions of buildings in ruins… In addition, the tsunami caused by the earthquake Fukushima Daiichi was the most violent. It caused several explosions at the nuclear plant here. After the explosion, thousands of people left the region. The incident has occurred since Chernobyl the worst is the nuclear disaster. World Bank, cost of earthquake is 235 billion dollars. Thank you for watching our video Don’t forget to subscribe to the channel to be notified of new videos You can check out our other videos from the cards on the side goodbye to see you in other videos Take care of yourself.