The explanation is the cure. Efforts to bar election monitoring by a Russian organization have undermined public faith, she said. Our own political elections are a shambles.
So are giant objects. Therefore, giant objects exploding are extremely cool. But let's think about this for a moment. Halt the Attack of the Foot Whatever in a major city by blowing it up.
Or just kill it and let it fall over, for that matter. That's going to do some monstrous damage to the city. Yet any collateral damage or casualties are depicted as minimal.
Either we cut to credits before we see any aftermath, or more blatantly we see that there was no collateral effect at all. If there are, they are just Conveniently Empty Buildings. You can't have the heroes take down the alien spacecraft For Great Justiceonly to look sheepish when the flaming debris flattens the city.
Not in any show on the idealism end of the scaleanyway. Maybe they have a brilliant plan to lure it somewhere uninhabited before they blow it to rubble, but surprisingly often, it's just not something the writers concern themselves with, leading viewers to notice the Inferred Holocaust.
If you're a hero, you needn't worry about this. Even if there is collateral damage, your Hero Insurance is going to cover it. If not, then Hilarity Sues. See Colony Drop for when a large man-made object is deliberately dropped on top of a planet in order to cause a massive impact. The Trope Namer is the fan theory about the destruction of Endor as a result of the detonation of the Death Star in Return of the Jedi see Film section below.
And not the Ender Holocaustwhich is about the opposite. Inferred Holocaust is when you realize the Monster of the Week might be dead but chances of survival are grim after the extensive damage.
As potentially mass-death-causing events tend to happen during pivotal plot points, expect spoilers. And yet the chief of police is good friends with its pilot and never bitches him out for mass slaughter. Hand Waved when the Gainax Ending reveals that the entire two seasons were some sort of simulation or theatrical piece on a massive sound stage.
There are lots of such headscratchers in real fiction too. Lampshaded in Bleach during Aizen's invasion of Karakura Town, as the Shinigami replace it with a fake, uninhabited city in order to prevent their destructive abilities from killing everyone.
By the time Aizen makes it to the real Karakura Town, only Ichigo is left to stop him, though the two of them alone are sufficiently powerful enough that Ichigo throws Aizen all the way into a massive faraway field for their final battle.
Most of the fighting in The Thousand-Year Blood War Arc takes place in cities, and initially it's averted as it's mentioned that thousands of people were killed during the destruction of the Seireitei.
However, the trope's later played straight when the battles move toward the Quincies' domain, as even though buildings are still leveled, no one seems to be living in them. This is even brought to our attention during Kodaka Masaru's battle, where one of the characters observes that the "enemy" robot is going out of its way to cause as little damage as possible; Kodaka's response to this was to state that he couldn't care less and proceeds to move carelessly, trashing the city Cue BSOD when he realizes this.
In Code Geass Nightmare of Nunnally, unlike in the main series, the consequences of triggering an avalanche on Narita are largely unexplored, given that the plot quickly moves on. The main series also plays this straight later on when Lelouch sets off Mount Fuji. No mention of an evacuation of all the towns surrounding the mountain for about miles, which should include much of the Tokyo metropolitan area, is ever made.
This is mitigated by the fact that Tokyo Settlement was the site of a nuke-equivalent explosion a few episodes earlier, causing millions of casualties and several Heroic BSoD and further mitigated by the fact that Lelouch is going for a Zero-Approval Gambit haha at this point, so several hundred thousand casualties do more to advance his plans than anything else.
Parodied in Dirty Pair Flash: After one of their little "accidents" involving a space station, Kei and Yuri are ordered to send a hand-written letter of apology to each one of thesurvivors. Although the damage is blamed on the heroes, there are oddly no fatalities mentioned.
Piccolo blew up the moon to stop a monkey from rampaging in a forest. Dragon Ball Abridged has something to say about this.
Jackie Chun beat him to it in the original Dragon Ball Notably, they fixed it by having Kami make another one after Goku traded his tail Dragon Ball just seems to have it in for the moon. The series also generally falls under this when it comes to especially destructive Ki Attacks. Apparently something that is strong enough to blow a planet apart is no danger as long as it's not pointing down, even though that kind of thing should have sucked the atmosphere right off of Earth.Ever wonder why so many people inexplicably hate vegans and have such strong reactions to it.
It's not preachy vegans causing it, Freud can explain why. tools, its Pyramid of Hate •Distribute the Pyramid of HateStudent Handout or draw a Pyramid on chart paper or the chalkboard. Briefly review each level the Holocaust and list their responses on chart paper or the chalkboard.
(Make sure that the students are aware that this was the. Social Justice Posters Enlighten the atmosphere in any room and further the cause of social justice. [ more social justice (page 3 of 5) | more posters (page 5 of 6) ] "From the days of hand typeset letterpress printed broadsides against slavery to the Occupy movement protests and beyond, people have used ink and paper to speak out for peace and justice.
Middle School history lesson on the Holocaust. Watch a video showing a history teacher teaching a lesson plan covering the Holocaust. It is a lesson about personal responsibility, the meaning of empathy in today's world and choosing to do the right thing in their daily lives. Learning From the Challenges of Our Times: Global Security, Terrorism, and 9/11 in the Classroom - Lesson MI–4: The Pyramid of Hate Author New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.
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