One rarely hears inspiring stories of objectivity during acrisis. Frankly, that's not the general temperament of humannature. We are not wired for calm, objective reaction to unexpectedstress. Danger and disaster pump humans full of adrenalin and setoff the fight or flight response. These survival instincts are asold as life itself.

Understanding human nature, it only makes sense to bring inpeople trained and disciplined in objective scientific analysis asquickly as possible when disaster strikes. S-E-A professionals makeno pretense at being first responders, neither do you.

The inevitable questions that arise after a catastrophe do crossyour desk soon enough. Restoring order and normalcy requires realanswers to fend off wild speculation, finger pointing and attemptedprofiteering.

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