Once the European settlers showed up, the way of war changed drastically. The settlers brought with them deadly diseases which wiped out thousands of Indians. This caused the tradition of Mourning Wars to shift from sporadic ones, to instead become a constant battle to regain lost lives. This caused a large strain on Indian society, now relying on war to regain population and creating a more violent
The Europeans adversely affected the American Indian population by spreading infectious and deadly diseases. Although the introduction of disease to the American Indians was an accident, it played a major role in how the Europeans and natives interacted. European efforts to civilize the American Indians resulted in the death of many American Indians as well as their culture. European-manufactured goods also impacted the traditions of the American Indians. A short while after trading commenced, Indians began using theses new goods progressively in their day-to-day lives.
Agent Orange’s use by the United States affected Vietnam in a negative way economically, demographically, and ecologically. Agent Orange had many negative effects, especially with the contamination of water sources and the disruption to the balance of the ecosystem. Even today, the Vietnamese population is still feeling the effects of the outrageous chemical. In fact, the agent can bond with a component in a person’s cells and the genes get passed down from generation to generation. This is a scary discovery when it comes to the lives of thousands of people.
The Bubonic plague had ongoing diseases and the Bubonic plague brought about the decline of farms. The Black Death also affected the economic organization of France and England. The Black Death spread rapidly among others and animals and could not be easily stopped. This is because it was a plague that struck in Europe during the 1350s and the diseases had spread quickly. This idea that the plague spread quickly is present in The Black Plague by Surgeon General Walter Wyman, he writes, The Plague, known also as the Bubonic Plague, Levantine, Oriental, and Black Plague, and Black Death, is a disease which has ravaged from time to time the several countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe almost from time immemorial.
Strains of smallpox should be eliminated and here is why. The resurgence of infectious diseases has been a huge problem in the 21st century. Imagine what the world would look like with the return of one of the globes most brutal disease; A disease like smallpox that could spread so easily through the air. Smallpox had both a high prevalence and incidence rate in the United States and many other parts of the world. Quantitative data and statistics display that about 30 percent of people with smallpox died from the disease and many others developed other problems.
Most testing of animals is unnecessary and undertaken purely because of curiosity instead of the need to find cures to illnesses. Animal testing should be banned to protect the rights of animals since they cannot protest, speak up, or have any say in the situation. Animals suffer the abuse from harmful experiments to supposedly provide us with new cures which hardly occurs. We would not sacrifice one disabled child’s life in hope to save 1,000 children, so why sacrifice the life of an animal in hope to find a cure for an illness. Most advances in medical sciences have been through human testing and not through animal testing.
Age of exploration changed the world over time and When the New Age was discovered, many new things introduced to the Europeans like new races of people, new cultures and religions, new animals and plant, everything were new. Many people didn’t know how to use the new things that have happened. European and Arab designs the first ships that could leave the easy way passive Mediterranean safely on the open Atlantic. Age of Exploration had many effects, People said that it had Positive and Negative Effects to them, The main Negative effects were 1) Culture being destroyed, by destroying and eliminate the rich cultures and civilizations. 2) Spread of disease, like smallpox, black spots,etc.
Around five hundred years ago, the tentative land filled with numerous treasures and reserves fueled the interest of numerous European travellers to explore the New World. The era of Colonialism in North America initiated endless issues, many rooted the conflicts with the people who habituated the land first and how to manage control over them, as it was the case in several other colonial endeavours. In countless ways, the British colonizers handled a large amount of strategies to deteriorate the Native American population, by discriminating against them both in social and legal manner, as this would increase power for the colonizers. The trading of alcoholic substances was amongst the numerous strategies, but they did exploit its distribution as well as consumption for their own benefit thus increasing the intensity of their power over the native population . During this era, the colonizers often attempted to justify several of their actions by claiming that native Americans were an inferior race.
Rather, it has increased in recent times. Researches all over the world have tried to study what factors cause poverty in India. All writers came up with several reasons, some blaming it on unemployment and overpopulation, some on caste system etc. But poverty took shape under the British colonial rule. When most of the poor people were exploited and harassed by the British officials, treating them as good as slaves.
Various natural disasters such as floods, storms, droughts, landslides, cyclones, and earthquakes affect the agriculture production in India. The outbreak of epidemics and man-made disasters such as fire, sale of spurious seeds, fertilisers and pesticides, etc. also makes the agriculture production more vulnerable. The consequences of all these events severely affect the farmers through loss in production and farm income, which are beyond their control. The magnitude of loss due to unfavourable eventualities is increasing with the growing commercialisation of agriculture.