is a man made disaster more dangerous than a natural disaster

is it more dangerous for the earth or not



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    It depends on the disaster. There are certainly many very dangerous man-made disasters (the chemical plant problem in Bhopal, India, or the Chernobyl disaster are just a couple that come to mind). There are also some very dangerous natural disasters (the tidal wave that struck south-east Asia a few years ago is one example).

    The main difference seems to be that the earth is fairly good at recovering from natural disasters. Man-made disasters have the potential to cause permanent damage.

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