Among all characteristic calamities, quakes emerge as the minimum foreseeable and the most dangerous. The far reaching harms they cause that have made them dreaded since vestige. Since there are no logically demonstrated method for foreseeing seismic tremors (at any rate, not yet), the main lesson that we've gained from past shudders is that moderation is more solid than guaging. It's vital that, as opposed to embracing systems or practices focused around myths (e.g. remaining in entryways throughout a seismic tremor), we instruct ourselves about the imperativeness of quake building as the most ideal approach to minimize harms and spare many lives.