English 101:Essay 1:Cause and Effect Essay.
A. Hook: Japan was hit by the most powerful earthquake in recorded history on March 11, 2011. B. The center of the nine-magnitude earthquake was near the east coast of Japan, C. Thesis statement: The Earthquake in Japan, besides being a disaster, also caused other disasters, such as a tsunami and nuclear leaks. II. Body:
1. The horrifying earthquake caused a tsunami unleashed;
2. Cities or towns are covered by the water.
C. The Nuclear leak
1. Along with the destruction of the nuclear plants, the radiation has affected the whole global environmental system, and also caused a reaction of anti nuclear action around the world. 2. E.X,
D. The nuclear leakage threat to other countries
1. announcement not only shocked Japanese people, but also caused panic from people in the United States, China, and other countries. 2. E.X
E. The nuclear leak’s effects.
1. Less energy
2. Food and Water
3.City shut down
1.Japan seeks foreign idea- to use green energy in rebuilding. 2.E.X.
The Japan earthquake also gave us a warning. We are living in the United States, which has the most amount of nuclear power plants in the world. We need to ask ourselves, if we can handle a natural disasters of this magnitude were it to happen in the United States.
In March 11, 2011 morning, the east coast of Miyagi, Japan was hit by the most powerful earthquake in recorded history. The center of the 8.9 or 9 -magnitude earthquake was near the east coast of Japan, and it was so powerful. The Earthquake in Japan, besides being a disaster, also caused other disasters, such as tsunamis and nuclear leaks.
The horrifying earthquake caused a tsunami unleashed; with a formation of 30-foot walls of water that strongly trashed entire towns, dragged houses onto freeways, and tossed cars and boats like toys. Rescue efforts began with the first light as military helicopters plucked survivors from roofs and carried them to safety. As a result, many houses, cars, and many things washed away by the water. Some of the cities or towns were covered with water.
The disaster’s massive impacts were not only earthquake and tsunami. But the earthquake and tsunami also caused the destruction of four of the nuclear power plants which located on the east coast of Japan. Because of earthquake caused a tsunami, tsunami led to nuclear power plants collapsed. Along with the nuclear power plants, the radiation affected the whole global environmental system. People around the world reacted to these leaks and wanted less nuclear dependency in their own untrue.
According to the Telegraph by Patrick Sawer, Robert Mendick and Jacqui Goddard, told us, “A huge blast has caused further damage at one of two nuclear power plants which the Japanese government had placed under a state of emergency, compounding fears of a nuclear meltdown. A loud blast heard at the plant in Fukushima following a series of aftershocks. White smoke soon after seen billowing over the plant, 150 miles north of Tokyo. Several workers report to have been injured and exposed to radiation.
As reports suggested, the toll had risen to at least 1,700 deaths, an unconfirmed report on Japan's Fuji TV claimed, that as many as 10,000 people missed in the town of Minamisanriku in Miyagi prefecture. There were also reported that the hourly radiation levels at the damaged Japanese nuclear plant match the allowable annual dose, increasing the risk of developing cancer for anyone exposed to the leak.” ( Sawer, Mendick andGoddard). Human life is very fragile. After the nuclear leakage, the people of Japan held demonstrations against nuclear plants....
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