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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

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will angelinos learn from Japan(Not Finished)

The question comes to mind; Will Los Angeles learn from the natural disaster that occurred in Japan?

Los Angeles, a city that never sleeps and home to millions, are effected by the mere impact that Japan has had on itself, but does not know the dire consequences that will come for them.

If Los Angeles took one step ahead to look at the situations that happened to Japan, then surely, the whole entire perspective of the way they live will change.

Not a single change is in the process for California for that matter. The state is still in a fiscal with battling financial problems for education, employment and poverty.

The cost of the environment is the last thing that Los Angeles will start worry about.

What is brutal about the 8.9 earthquake that hit Japan, along with the tsunami, is California has actually felt the repercussions from this environmental devastation.

It’s been reported by U.S coast guards, that two harbors in California, Santa Cruz and Crescent City were hit by 500mph 6m wave that sunk 18 boats in Santa Cruz and 17 in Crescent City.

According the U.S coast guards, about $17 million worth of damage to boats and houses was caused to the harbors in response to the earthquake in Japan.

Do you think Los Angeles will learn from this impact on their own State?

When reality is hit this hard to a city like Los Angeles from something that happened across the world, shows that the city itself hasn’t taken any precautions to prepare itself for a near disaster that will come soon.

The city will not learn anything or accept the consequences until Los Angeles citizens are effected by the impact of the natural disaster when it hits their very own home.

Yet, lets not blame everything on the poor citizens, for the government hasn’t taken anything into consideration about how their decisions has impacted our environment.

The cost of pollution, world greed for the profit of international oil, the release of carbon into our atmosphere, is what’s continued our Earth to entrap an excessive waste of chemicals into its environment.

It’s time for Los Angeles to open its eyes to the truth of why tsunamis and deadly earthquakes are happening to our planet; Global warming.

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