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Do We Fear the Right Things? Flying is a case in point.
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Even before the horrors of September 11th and the ensuing crash at Rockaway Beach, 44 percent of those willing to risk flying told Gallup they felt fearful.
Indeed, the terrorists may still be killing us, in ways unnoticed.
If we now fly 20 percent less and instead drive half those unflown miles, we will spend 2 percent more time in motor vehicles. National Safety Council data reveal that in the last half of the s Americans were, mile for mile, 37 times more likely to die in a vehicle crash than on a commercial flight.
From through there were 1. But we have actually been less likely to crash and die on any flight than, when coin tossing, to flip 22 heads in a row.
Why do we fear the wrong things? Why do so many smokers whose habit shortens their lives, on average, by about five years fret before flying which, averaged across people, shortens life by one day? Why do we fear terrorism more than accidents-which kill nearly as many per week in just the United States as did terrorism with its 2, worldwide deaths in all of the s?
First, we fear what our ancestral history has prepared us to fear. Human emotions were road tested in the Stone Age. Second, we fear what we cannot control.
Skiing, by one estimate, poses times the health and injury risk of food preservatives. Driving we control, flying we do not. And availability in memory provides our intuitive rule-of-thumb for judging risks. Small wonder that most of us perceive accidents as more lethal than strokes, and homicide as more lethal than diabetes.
In actuality, the Grim Reaper snatches twice as many lives by stroke as by accident and four times as many by diabetes as by homicide. In less familiar realms, vivid, memorable images dominate our fears. We can know that unprovoked great white shark attacks have claimed merely 67 lives worldwide since We comprehend the passengers and crew on those four fated flights.
We overvalue lottery tickets, overestimate flight risk, and underestimate the dangers of driving. And when terrorists strike again, remember the odds. If, God forbid, anthrax or truck bombs kill a thousand Americans, we will all recoil in horror. First quote was from his address to the joint session of Congress, the second from his October 11th news conference.
Winokur, "Curmudgeon," Funny Times, August,p. We drove 3, billion miles in the most recent year for which Statistical Abstract of the United States provides data. Last year we flew billion miles.Global warming has changed what it's like to travel to the North Pole.
The North Pole is in the middle of a constantly shifting mosaic of ice atop the Arctic Ocean. WRITING THE TRAVEL ESSAY by Dinty W.
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Now close your eyes and point. We spent the month of August in barnweddingvt.com me, it was a return to a city that I had visited 25 years ago. Lisbon is a very popular place these days, attracting tourists with its beautiful architecture, tiled streets, sunny days (it is known as the sunshine capital), historic sites, and cuisine.
Leavenworth it? Assessing 2 new spots in the Pacific Northwest's little Bavaria. Leavenworth is a trip. Nestled against the far side of the Cascade mountains just a few hours east of Seattle, this. Misc thoughts, memories, proto-essays, musings, etc.
And on that dread day, the Ineffable One will summon the artificers and makers of graven images, and He will command them to give life to their creations, and failing, they and their creations will be dedicated to the flames. My exact future is unknown but I hope it involves a lot of traveling!
I narrowed it down to my top four places I would like to travel. My dream is to go to London, Paris, New York and California.
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