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Placement, Perception & Actual Risk

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The placement of objects when they are not used. The perceived risk that those objects will be damaged or can damage other objects should they fall, blow away, etc vs. the actual risk of that happening. And the changes to perception and actual risk in a city that has been side-swiped by both a decent earthquake and typhoon in the last week.

For any given context, the type and likelihood of unusual events.

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