Only one side of the Moon is visible from Earth because the Moon rotates on its axis at the same rate that the Moon orbits the Earth; a situation known as synchronous rotation, or tidal locking. The Moon is directly illuminated by the Sun, and the cyclically varying viewing conditions cause the lunar phases.
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First, the government should make people aware of the damage an earthquake can do, and how to be prepared for it. Governments should host frequent earthquake drills in the area so that the people will know how to act during an earthquake. The government should also invest in critical infrastructure. They should ensure facilities function so that every facility needed for emergency response must be capable of not just surviving a major earthquake, but also remaining functional and operational afterward. Examples of these are police and fire stations, hospitals, emergency evacuation centers, etc. The government should also prioritize structures and buildings that are the most vulnerable to earthquakes and start fixing them or strengthening them to avoid the collapse of the buildings. After an earthquake, the government should send supplies or rescue teams to the areas that were affected in order to save lives. Displaced people will need relocation housing for both the short and the long term. Next, the government should start repairing and undoing the damage the earthquake has caused. And lastly, the most crucial thing for the minimization of damage and the recovery is the collaboration of the people and the government.
mining industries are known as killer industries because
1. Miners could die from explosions and equipment accidents
2. Miners are being exposed to fatal and chronic conditions linked to their toxic environment
3. Miners could be exposed to radon, which is a radioactive gas that causes lung cancer
4. Mines are notoriously noisy places, which could damage a miner's hearing