Rare Video: Japan Tsunami | National Geographic


Rare Video: Japan Tsunami | National Geographic
    June 9, 2011 — The March 11 earthquake and tsunami left more than 28,000 dead or missing. See incredible footage of the tsunami swamping cities and turning buildings into rubble.
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    Rare Video: Japan Tsunami | National Geographic 
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    1. There’s nothing more to understand about earthquakes or tsunamis. Earthquakes, get outside and hope the ground don’t swallow you. Tsunami run. Run. Run. What else is there to understand apart from maybe no one live near the sea?

    2. The same day this happened tests were being done at the hadron collider larger particles hitting each other deep underground and shut it down the same day. Maybe just a coincidence?

    3. Knocking buildings into rubble, and mixing it into a kind of tsunami soup.

      Is that appropriate really appropriate for this?

    4. It's not just shaking it's the sea floor suddenly being pushed up which displaces huge volumes of water that encounter shallow areas and "spread" out trying to seek it's own level. This also explains why certain places in Earth experience fifty foot tides because the surge of the flow or tide gets trapped by the land itself. Hurricanes can do the same thing as I've witnessed myself living on a barrier island with a sharp turn in it. Three miles from the point it may be a few feet above sea level but at the point it could be five times as much.

    5. 09/11/01 9/11 Attack
      03/11/11 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan
      11/08/13 Super Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines

      All with number 11 dates
      All word record phenomenon

    6. One day Japan and all other island countries will sink.
      I presume that after 1000 years,some body will read my comments and say that I foretold the disaster. Thank me later. We should stop global warming somehow. It's now or never.