Duck and Cover kills more people, in India, Building Collapse.
There was a collapse of an illegally constructed building in Mumbai; which collapsed killing 62 people. You can watch the video report, by clicking here.
Most importantly read the rest of this article/blog post and the ‘triangle of life blogs and videos, on this blogsite and at http://www.amerrescue.org, to learn how they could have survived with ‘the triangle of life’:
My friend, The Maharajah was a good friend of the billionaire. The people, at the party, had; also, seen me on Indian TV, a Government of India TV Program, the Front Page of The Times of India (10 million circulation per day) and the Daily Mumbai paper Front Page These newspapers and others concerning my work, in India, can be read at:
The Indian Government was very grateful to me for creating the mitigation plan that reduced the Ministry of Health’s estimate of 250,000 deaths due to a plague outbreak..to 0 (Zero). The death of 100,000 people during the earthquake was expected to be minor to the loss of life from subsequent events.
FYI, 100,000 people died in Western style buildings and none died in the traditional, rural Indian Structure. There are a few pictures of me crawling inside of these Western Style Structures and some squashed bodies, at my website.
Unfortunately the ‘triangle of life’ had not yet spread throughout India or most of those people would have survived.
“Techniques like drop, cover and hold-on are passé. “Duck and cover results in a 98% death rate when buildings collapse. The only people who survive are those who do the ‘triangle of life’. This is either intentionally or as a result of panicking, fleeing, being knocked to the floor and somehow finding themselves in a survivable void. If the masses followed the ‘triangle of life’, there would be a major shift from death to survivability, in earthquakes,” says Doug Copp, Professor of Disaster Mitigation at the International Institute of Disaster Reduction Institute.”
Ravi Inder Singh Correspondent—FEATURES Business & Economy, 4P’s Business and Marketing, and The Sunday Indian (TSI)
Comments from the ‘experts’:
On the post, Luke Dam, an emergency management ‘personality’; responded, with the usual personal attack, never bothering to watch the video, from the Maharajah or read the Indian Newspaper articles in which I appeared. Oblivious of any reality.
As always, they fight reason, intelligence and facts by ‘sticking out their tongue’. The brains of an idiot, the face of a pig and a complete total disregard for human life. The morality of a cigarette company executive. They rely completely upon each other as ‘experts’, instead of experience, knowledge and facts.
“The trough will; always be busy, so long as, the trough is full.”
It is a wonderful thing that The Triangle of Life’ continues to spread, all over the world; in-spite of, ‘the greedy little piggies’.
A Sampling of some ‘Triangle of life’ toys, brochures, school desks, developments from, around the world: