According to “A History In Numbers” by Dave Fowler, only 706 people aboard the Titanic survived the terrible accident, while the other 1,529 were taken down with the ship. Many people believed the iceberg was to blame for the sinking of the ship; however, the problems surrounding the ship began long before the ship set sail. “R.M.S Titanic” by Hanson W. Baldwin revealed that the crew was so confident in the ship’s inability to sink that they did not even pack enough lifeboats in case of an emergency. Furthermore, the captain and crew neglected to practice many safety drills that could have possibly saved many lives. The Titanic was doomed once the captain and crew set foot on the ship because of the arrogant aura they carried which resulted in the confusion and lack of resources that were obtainable during the sinking to many of the passengers including Master Harold Victor Goodwin and his family.
The period known as Starving Time took place during the winter of 1609-1610. About 440 people died because the colonists were so blinded by the opportunity to get rich that they failed to prepare for the tough challenges of new land. When they arrived in Jamestown all they wanted was natural riches such as gold, because of their greediness the settlers didn’t consider how to run a successful colony. From Travels and Works of Captain John Smith, he wrote. “We starved because we did not plan well, work hard, or have good government.” (Doc D) In other words, Smith asserts they failed to prepare and adjust because of their reliance on Native Americans for the first two years.
Westlake Lanes suffered after the loss of its first owner- Dane Sugar- suddenly passed away. Due to his spontaneous death, Dane Sugar was not able to train someone the functions of his business. Due to the fact Dane Sugar handled all the financials himself and brought in the majority of the costumers based on personal relationships, it left whoever took over his position in a tough spot. The board of Westlake Lanes automatically promoted the employee with the most experience working in the establishment to General Manager. The one key fact to remember is that Shirley Smith lacked any sort of management experience, which lead Westlake Lanes into a harder spot to come out of.
Damage Controlmen have been stripped of there welding Certifications. Baring the men and woman of the Damage controlmen rate from using their welding abilities on ships and small boats is not only a disservice to the Coast Guard but also its members. Since Damage Controlmen are not allowed to weld on vessels they are not able to preform their job in a satisfactory manner, this practice it is not cost efficient and it is resulting in more casualties. Damage Controlmen (DC’s) have been stripped of their welding Certifications they acquired from the Coast Guard because of a few preventable mishaps, due to the lack of following procedures that were already in place and working. Upon completing DC A-School the 3rd Class DC’s are taught the basics
My answer is no because of the bad conditions. First, I wouldn 't stay at Valley Forge because of death. Only the craziest people would have the guts to stay and just staying is a huge risk. From December to June, 1800 to 2500 people died so I think that says enough about Valley Forge. (Doc A) These deaths were mainly because of illness but death is death and I wouldn 't want to put up with that.
The judges knew that the witchcraft was a myth but didn’t do anything about it. Danforth and Hathorne often rejected logical facts and refused to head testimonies proving innocence because so many people were accused. After a while, it became clear to everyone in the town, including the judges, the accusations were false. These judges instead of revealing the truth they clung to their pride and ignored what was happening in front of them. If word got out that they sent several innocent people to their deaths their reputation would be ruined and they would be out of their jobs.
To begin, Captain Smith did not fulfill all his duties as commander of the biggest ship in the world. Captain Smith was honored to be in command of such a historic journey, but this definitely caused some arrogance in his behavior and caused him to ignore the constant messages the crew and radio operators gave. While various iceberg warnings were continually arriving in the radio room, Captain Smith was off at fancy dinners and leading church services around the ship. In fact, Captain Smith’s negligence to his job caused him only receive a few of the 7 iceberg alerts. When the captain was told of these warnings, his pride took over.
The subway death of Ki-Suck Han was tragic, but the incident did not have to happen. Many people witnessed Han being pushed onto the subway track but none did anything to assist him to get out of the way of the train. I believe the reason that many of the citizens that were did not help on that subway-platform is because they were under the bystander effect. The term bystander effect refers to the phenomenon in which the greater amount of people present, the less likely people are to help a person in distress. Ever person on that platform knew that Han was in eminent danger but no one acted to help him probably out of their own fear.
The Return is the point in journey where the hero begins his journey home. The Return begins with the refusal of the return. Indy’s Refusal of the Return was when he didn’t want to leave without the Grail, so much so that he almost lost his life. After Elsa grabbed the Grail and tried to take it with them, the room started to shake and the floor collapsed because the Grail couldn’t pass a certain point in the room. Indy caught Elsa before she fell, but she tried to reach for the Grail causing Indy to lose his grasp on her and she then fell into the abyss.
Engines, airfoils, and others parts of aircrafts are also building by people and those things can also include some mistake by time or poor quality equipment. For instance, there was an accident in Taiwan which happened because of engine shut down problem (Walker J., 2015). As officials said, the engine shut down manually but they could not find why the engine shut down manually. The pilot tried to restart the engines but to no avail. It means that during the flight 's final moments, neither engine had any thrust and as a result of that aircraft crashed.
They can’t have health care because they don’t have any papers to help them communicate to get their health helping health care for if they get hurt doing the jobs we don’t do. When they are taken Medication and Jackets are taken away for “safety”, which doesn’t help them with their problem and it could make them sicker. Family, Her family was tortured and put in a train that had criminals on it, they had people that could hurt her and her family on the train but that was the only way that they would be able to get to the U.S and get
The inaction and sloppiness of the US government and its military at the time is what caused the USS Indianapolis to fail and for the nearly 900 men to die at sea. If the ship would have been properly repaired and stocked, along with the men on the ship being properly trained for sea life, all those innocent, brave lives would not have died. The ship sank and failed due to the military 's haste upon needing new recruits and the how utterly unprepared the ship was