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Earthquake In Haiti
Posted 24 January 2010 - 09:29 AM
It's everywhere right now, radio, television, newspaper, internet, ... Everywhere campaigns arise to raise money for Haiti, a few days ago all radio channels cooperated and formed one single radio station (Radio 12-12) to raise money for Haiti.
Advertisement banners are replaced by 'help Haiti' banners ...
Posted 25 January 2010 - 12:47 PM
For organisations and their staff working in Haiti or preparing to deploy there, the ALNAP Lessons Paper 'Responding to earthquakes 2008: Learning from earthquake relief and recovery operations' may prove of use. This paper aims to provide a distillation of the learning from 29 different earthquake responses taking place over thirty years of humanitarian responses. The main intended audiences are operational decision-makers and relief programme managers working in the response to such sudden-onset natural disasters. Download the paper here http://www.alnap.org...Earthquakes.pdf
As the worst affected area of Haiti appears to be the heavily populated capital city, Port-au-Prince, the ALNAP Lessons Paper 'Responding to urban disasters: Learning from previous relief and recovery operations' may also be of use. Download the paper here. http://www.alnap.org...ssons-urban.pdf
If ALNAP members have any additional resources relevant to this emergency, which they would like to share, please post them in this forum.
Edited by mtutkun, 25 January 2010 - 12:48 PM.
Posted 26 January 2010 - 08:55 AM
Well, I also think that you can create a lot of different stories on all the news, but still if somebody is interested, here are some links to "conspiracy" ideas
you can find much more on google, even though there are lots of videos on HAARP technology, that it's quite possible and some ideas lets say makes you wonder where is the truth
From books we can learn, that disasters happened quite frequently before all those HAARP technologies and different projects, so it's not something new and something magical.
Posted 26 January 2010 - 10:22 AM
Who would someone want to hit Haiti with an earthquake ?
Imho, if someone wants to test these HAARP techniques (whatever they might be), then they'd probably do it in the middle of the ocean (kinda stupid as might cause floods elsewhere) or on an godforsaken island where no harm is done to anyone (but nature itself)
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