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Playa del Carmen, Riviera Mayan, Mexico (Dec 2004) [Photo credit: Amy Forrester]

Myths of all kinds, like unfounded rumors, are very misleading and can have dangerous long-lasting consequences for societies, as well as for the victims of natural hazard-related disasters in the distant, as well as near-term, future. --- Michael Glantz

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