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in Swiss Alps (taken by Dr. Paul Bossart at Sep, 2002)
Our dairy life is supported by a lot of boons from the earth. Of course we sometimes have large earthquakes or volcanic eruputions so that we suffer large damages, but there is no way to live with "nature". We need to know about various processes which occured or are occuring inside the earth. Such knowledge is absolutely essential for sustaining our safety and secure lives.