@Why would I: It's a start. We hear about these things happening, but
it's much easier to empathize if we have more experience. I like the idea,
even if it won't start off perfectly. I do wonder how it'll be
sustainably funded. But we might be less cold-hearted as a nation if we
understood more about pain in people's lives, in this case, about the pain
brought by disaster
While perhaps a noble idea, this is really a strange thing, thniking you can
simulate an earth quake. T he kind of earthquake that causes major damage
can't be replicated because there's too much ebergy and the results
are devestating. There's not a safe way to do this, unless you have a
minor event and that will give false impressions about safety.Nice
try but not even cloase.
FEMA run amok.Imagine the flow of government money. School field trips,
cop training exercises...maybe they could pass a law requiring every employee of
an office building to visit the museum.It would never work if it were like
a movie theater where individuals would decide to pay to see it.