Earthquakes can cause great damage and injury. The solution to this problem is to warn people about possible earthquakes. Scientists place seismographs, which measure the movement of Earth, at many locations around the world. The data from the seismographs are analyzed by scientists, who then warn people of potential earthquake danger. Which of these summarizes the quality of the design for the solution to this problem?
F. The solution to the problem is well designed because scientists can now control earthquakes.
G. The solution to the problem is well designed because earthquakes no longer cause injury or damage.
H. The design is flawed because forces of Earth are unpredictable and the solution is therefore unreliable at times.
J. The design is flawed because scientists should prevent earthquakes from occurring, not just warn people of potential danger