Japan

Japan Slipping Into The Ocean? (VIDEO)(UPDATED)

A few weeks ago I posted an article (with video) about a scary hypothesis involving Japan collapsing into the ocean. Now, according to the Geospatial Information Authority Of Japan, there appears to be postseismic slippage. Postseismic Slip Distribution Model We constructed a postseismic slip (afterslip) distribution model using surface displacement data observed by the GPS Earth Observation Network System (GEONET) for the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake. Eastward displacements are observed along the Pacific coast from Aomori Prefecture to Chiba Prefecture. The observed postseismic displacement partly includes crustal deformation due to aftershocks. A postseismic slip expands in…
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Fukushima Nuclear Reactor Breached

Here we have three raging meltdowns in progress, one spent fuel pond open to the air, hydrogen gas explosions, any one of which already exceeds Three Mile Island. - Dr. Michio Kaku Michio Kaku, PhD - Three Raging Nuclear Meltdowns In Progress! Fukushima Reactor No. 3 suffers likely core breach, now leaking water at 10,000 times normal radiation levels
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A Very Scary Hypothesis About Japan’s Aftershocks

I would like to let Practical Madman know that he has absolutely and thoroughly scared the bejesus out of the Monster (that takes some doing) with the following video.  If dutchsinse's hypothesis that Japan may be collapsing into the ocean is even partially true, the resulting tsunami will wash over the Hawaiian islands and much of the west coast of the mainland (not to mention other parts of the world). In the meantime, check out his attached links and hit his channel for some up-to-date information about the world earthquakes and the radiation dispersal patterns. Japan is collapsing? hypothesis -…
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Did Obama Try To Cripple Japan?

Can we impeach his 'I don't care about anything but the perks' ass now? From Karl Denninger over at Market-Ticker: Nuclear Problem In Japan: Is Obama Partly Responsible? From the BBC: 2226: The Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper, quoting a senior official of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, said the US made the offer immediately after the disaster damaged Fukushima No 1 nuclear plant. According to the unnamed senior official, US support was based on dismantling the troubled reactors run by Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) some 250 km (155 miles) northeast of Tokyo. However, the government and TEPCO thought the cooling…
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