4/25/2015 — North Japan ALERT — Land RISES 50 feet (1000 feet long) OVERNIGHT

UPDATE – NHK report was typed (by them) wrong? Says 300 meters HEIGHT in the NHK article. Other articles say 15 meters high. It looks taller than 40 feet… hmm.. some reports saying 10 meters WIDE.. other reports saying 30 meters WIDE… hmm..

Regardless of the difference in footage, ANY footage moving upwards in Japan is worthy of note. Normally the crust moves in millimeters and inches.. not meters and feet!

Full website post with screenshots and the original story from Japanese main stream media:


In my 5 years of covering events online, covering all major earthquakes, we have NEVER seen a 1 day rise of 1,000 feet (300meters) of anything.. worthy to note !


A massive sudden (1 day) rise of land from the sea has occurred along the coast of Hokkaido Japan.

Major global earthquake activity is taking place, and serious crustal movement is obviously underway in the region around North Japan.

The new land began rising from the sea yesterday morning (April 24, 2015) with just a 1 meter rise (3 feet), then began rising rapidly, the event is still ongoing as of April 25th into 26th 2015.

The new land mass has now risen over 50 feet and 300 meters long (near 1,000 feet), and near 10 meters wide (30 feet)! Not ‘small’ by any means, and a very rare occurrence to top it off.

This is being attributed to crustal movement in the area.


Nature of strong quakes changing? 7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes region of Banda Sea

December 11, 2012INDONESIA – A magnitude 7.3 (7.1 USGS) earthquake in the Banda Sea off Indonesia has been felt more than 600 kilometers away in Darwin. Geoscience Australia says there could be more aftershocks from the quake that shook the Top End of the Northern Territory overnight. Tremors were felt in Darwin and Katherine at about 2:30 am local time and were the strongest in the north for about 20 years. Overnight staff at the Darwin weather bureau evacuated their third-storey office while the building shook. Duty forecaster Angeline Prasad says the tremor was the strongest she has felt. “The building started shaking and it just became worse,” she said. “It is the worst tremor I’ve felt in Darwin. When things started falling off shelves we decided to go to an evacuation point, which is outside the building.” Geoscience senior seismologist Dr Mark Leonard says, while there have been quakes of a similar magnitude felt in Darwin before, people are describing last night’s tremor as particularly intense. “We have had a few reports from people saying they think it is the strongest, even though we know if you go back 20, 30 years there have been a number of earthquakes this size,” he said. “But there might have been some sort of focusing of the waves this time.” An engineering specialist says the tremor is a pointer to why building standards should be reviewed in northern Australia. Professor Kevin McKew from Central Queensland University says it is a warning that a large, damaging earthquake could strike at any time. “The big one is yet to come,” he said. “We haven’t had a great earthquake, as I would call it, but we’ve had plenty of warning calls. “I think it will happen; it’s just a matter of when will it happen. “We know it is probably a once in 300 or 400 year earthquake but we have no indication to say when it’s about to happen. But we just have to plan for it.” One Darwin resident says she was sleeping when her bed started moving. “The bed was really shaking violently, all my sliding doors rattling and windows were rattling, and the wardrobe was sliding violently and rattling,” she said. “It just seemed to go on and on and on, and then when it died down, it even had another violent shudder again. “It certainly got the adrenaline running.” Residents further south in Katherine, 200 kilometers south of Darwin, also felt tremors. Indonesian geophysics officials also said they had not received any reports of damage. The quake was felt only weakly in the districts of North Halamahera and Morotai which were closest to the epicenter, Indonesia’s National Disaster Mitigation Agency said in an update. –Radio Australia
Eyewitnesses also described December 7 Japan quake as different…

Japan’s Sasago tunnel collapses outside Tokyo causing at least five deaths

Icy roads and flash floods are bad enough, now it appears we’re entering an entirely new phase of road hazards we need to be aware of. Because now, it’s really getting treacherous for drivers who all to frequently are meeting up with gaping sinkholes and collapsing tunnels…the stuff of nightmares and Hollywood horror flicks! It’s as though all these virtual reality’s created in movies and video games are playing out in real life for the masses, our fears have enormous power to create the reality that mirrors our thoughts and that which we fear. Which is why is so important that we STOP allowing TV, movies and video games to tell us what to think, who to hate and how to act. Getting angry or finding blame is a waste of time and energy, it doesn’t change a thing.

Instead of trying to change the “outer” world, it’s time to take back control over our own thoughts and feelings, time to eliminate all fear and lack consciousness. When we free ourselves from struggling with lower, dense energy’s we are empowered to take control over “inner” world. When we improve our lives, it ripples out affecting everything around us creating a domino effect that spreads out to the rest of the world.

Huffington Post UK
Sun, 02 Dec 2012 00:00 CST

© The Associated Press/Kyodo News
Police officers and firefighters gather at the exit of the Sasago Tunnel on the Chuo Expressway in Otsuki, Yamanashi Prefecture, central Japan, Sunday morning, Dec. 2, 2012.

One of Japan’s longest tunnels has collapsed, trapping vehicles amid reports that at least five people have died.

Sections of concrete fell from the ceiling of the Sasago tunnel, 50 miles west of Tokyo, crushing cars and blocking the road with debris, report Sky News.

The tunnel began to cave at 08:00 local time (23:00 GMT Saturday), report the BBC. A fire is believed to have broken out and charred bodies have been pulled from the mouth of the tunnel by rescue workers.

© The Associated Press
Smoke could be seen billowing from the mouth of the tunnel

The operation has been suspended amid fears that more sections of the tunnel could cave in. The entire road has been closed, blocking one of the major routes out of the capital.

Survivors described how they accelerated as they saw the roof collapse ahead of the them. Some were forced to abandon their vehicles and flee the tunnel in dark and freezing conditions.

One man told NHK broadcaster how he walked for an hour to get out of the 2.7 mile tunnel after seeing “a concrete part of the ceiling fall off all of a sudden when I was driving inside. I saw a fire coming from a crushed car”.

A spokesman for Yamanashi Prefectural Police told Agence France-Presse: “A number of charred bodies were confirmed inside. The number of dead is not known.”


Entire Fukushima Area UNSTABLE Feb 2012

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Dutchsdinse: 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Russia, Japan quakes picking up in size/frequency

Uploaded by on Dec 27, 2011

Today (12/27/2011) a 6.6 magnitude struck Siberia Russia — also a series of 5.0+M struck Japan. Watch the west Pacific from Japan through Central Russia south to Australia for additional large earthquakes over the next several days.


Here are dozens of earthquake monitoring links I have assembled — using these links.. one can monitor almost any area in the world:


Dutchsinse: LARGE 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Japan

From: dutchsinse  | Jul 9, 2011  | 12,862 views
Originally declared a 7.8, then revised down to a 7.0… now revised UP to a 7.3 as of 657pm CST 7/10/2011 —


This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 7.0
Date-Time Sunday, July 10, 2011 at 00:57:12 UTC
Sunday, July 10, 2011 at 10:57:12 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 38.040°N, 143.287°E
Depth 34.9 km (21.7 miles)

Message from Alex in Tokyo, America could take a lesson from Japan

Leakspinner passes on an email message from the Frenchman Alex in Tokyo, aside from having to deal with the radiation the Japanese people are being well taken care of by the government. Which is the way is should be, all this propaganda against the government and socialism is nonsense. When people are provided with an education, decent housing,  medical care and a job you have a far more productive society with people who are actually happy with their life circumstance. Corporations are using the Republican party and the conservative right to turn American’s against government with the false appeal of privatizing the U.S. into a third world country.

Where is the housing for all the homeless tornado and flood victims?  Financial support for the BP oil victims who lost their livelihoods and medical cards for people who are getting sick from toxic chemicals in the oil and the Corexit? No, a tax break to a corporation or for the wealthy is more important, while people who want to destroy government are asking for money and your vote to run for public government offices?! The hypocrisy is endless.

Arnie Gunderson “The Implications of the Fukushima Accident on the World’s Operating Reactors”

Arnie Gundersen explains how containment vents were added to the GE Mark 1 BWR as a “band aid” 20 years after the plants built in order to prevent an explosion of the notoriously weak Mark 1 containment system.  Obviously the containment vent band aid fix did not work since all three units have lost containment integrity and are leaking radioactivity.   Gundersen also discusses seismic design flaws, inadequate evacuation planning, and the taxpayer supported nuclear industry liability fund.

Hi I’m Arnie Gundersen from Fairewinds and it’s been a little more than a week since our last video. The video computer we used had a meltdown and I’m sorry that that has set back our production schedule a little bit here. However, I’d like to thank those of you who donated: we were able to go out and get a better computer and hopefully these productions will be up and running again permanently. Thanks again.

Today, I wanted to talk about the lessons that could be learned worldwide for the operating nuclear reactors that are already done and in use, not under construction. The first and most obvious thing is the containment. Containments were made to contain radioactivity. The vents you hear about and how they failed were an add-on. Back in the 70’s and 80’s when these plants were designed, they weren’t designed to have a vent. As a matter of fact, the pressurized water reactors around the world don’t have a vent even now. So these containment vents were a bandaid fix to a problem that was identified after they were built. The vents have been tested three times, at Fukushima 1, Fukushima 2, and Fukushima 3, and they failed three times. That’s a 100% failure rate. That’s an indication that this design is seriously flawed. And it CAN happen here. It can happen in Germany where they also have this type of reactor and at the other BWR reactors around the world.

So first and foremost, the vent system that is on every boiling water reactor, needs to be evaluated to see if it can be made better or if it should be eliminated. And if it’s eliminated, what should we do about the containment that can’t withstand the pressures of an accident.

Vents can also cause problems. For instance, here in Vermont, the reactor is designed to be pressurized after an accident to push water into it. Well, if they open the vent and it stays open, they will lose that pressure and they won’t be able to cool the reactor and we can have a meltdown. That doesn’t apply just here, that applies at Dresden, at HB Robinson, and other plants. The NRC allowed this to happen. They allowed utilities to take credit for the containment pressure to push the water to the pumps. There are regulations on the books prohibiting that, but the NRC waived those regulations when they increased the power at Dresden and Vermont Yankee, Robinson and some others.

So it’s important to remember that vents were designed to prevent a problem over pressure of the containment, but now they can actually create a problem if, when they are open, they don’t close.
If you take a look at Fukushima, it’s hard to be able to believe that you can guarantee those valves will close after an accident. I’ve been on the NRC’s case about containment leakage for a long time. At Beaver Valley, there was a hole in the side of the containment. I brought that to their attention several years ago. The full report is on the website. At Fitzpatrick, there was a crack in the side of the containment. I brought that to the NRC’s attention last year. And at Millstone, it has the smallest containment for the power output of any of that type of reactor in the world. I brought that to the NRC’s attention about two years ago and they actually said from Millstone that they don’t have the capability to analyze containment. It’s in the notes. Yet, the NRC still assumes that containments will not leak. They have actually said that in an Advisory Committee to Reactor Safeguards meeting back in October of last year. So we’ve got a containment that doesn’t contain. A regulator who doesn’t have the capability to regulate. And an industry with a series of cracks or holes in containments that continues to believe that there is zero probability of a containment leak.

Well, moving on, I wanted to talk about seismic criteria. That’s earthquake resistance. We now know that Fukushima 1 failed because of the earthquake, NOT the tsunami. It was leaking and in the middle of a meltdown before the tsunami even hit. We also know from another report that was on the website by Siemens, that Unit 4’s fuel pool cracked from the earthquake, not from the tsunami. What that means is that the codes we use to analyze these plants are flawed. They shouldn’t crack, they shouldn’t break.
This wasn’t, at Fukushima, that big an earthquake. It was, out at sea a nine, but by the time it got to Fukushima, they should have been able to ride out that storm, at least the seizmic issues of it. But what that says is that what we have been relying on in analyzing these plants may not be working. Two out of the four plants developed cracks from an earthquake and they should have been able to get through this. In the US reactors, we have got another reactor down at Crystal River in Florida that developed a 60 foot long crack in the containment when they cut a hole in it to replace the steam generator. What that means is that this was the most analzyed containment in history and they still never saw that crack coming. They tried to fix it and spent two years on the repair and as they were ready to run again, they found another crack had grown in a different direction. We clearly don’t have the seizmic code capability to analyze these massive structures. Crystal River proves it here in the States and Fukushima proves it around the world.

Couple other ones that are really obvious are the batteries. There are not enough of them. The longest lived batteries in an American plant are eight hours, but most are only four. We could not ride out a loss of power accident like Fukushima. In fact, it would be worse.

The other thing is the tidal surge. Now, Fukushima had a tsunami. They were designed for a six or seven meter tsunami around 20 feet and, in fact, the tsunami was 15 meters. At the California plants, San Onofre, they are designed for a 30 foot tsunami, but yet we know there was a 45 foot tsunami in Japan. So, we need to take a look at these tidal surges that can wipe out, maybe not the diesels, but the pumps that pump the water to the diesels.

On the East Coast, you have Florida and the tidal surge from a hurricane. What that means is that the hurricane can push an enormous wall of water inland. For instance, the Turkey Point plants can get inundated by the flood from that tidal surge. We need to look at these events, that right now we have said are impossible, in light of what proved to be possible at Fukushima.

Two more things: First is emergency planning. In the United States, we analyze for ten miles out and there is really no basis in science for ten miles. Basically, we didn’t know which way the wind was going to blow, so we put a ten mile circle around the plant and said everybody has got to be able to get out of here
within a couple of hours. But Fukushima showed us that the accident continues for weeks and it goes with a meandering plume deep inland. We are not prepared for an evacuation that would be 50 miles away. Fukushima is already contaminated now beyond 50 miles. There are some plants, like the Dresden Units in Illinois and the Indian Point units in New York State, that have major cities, Chicago and New York, within that zone. We really need to take a look at siting of nuclear plants and REAL emergency plans in place of the paper plans we have in place.

The last thing is multi-unit sites. Fukushima showed us that if one unit blows up, it can impede your ability to solve that problem On other units. Here we have Palo Verde out in Arizona and they have 3 units on one site and just two weeks ago the NRC gave them a 20 year license extension. Well, how could they possibly have analyzed the results of Fukushima and come to an adequate analysis of a multi-unit site?

Well thats a technical wrap up. There is one more political issue and it’s Price-Anderson. Price-Anderson is the insurance program that utilities have in place. In the event of an accident, all of the reactors in the country pony up about 100 million dollars apiece and there is a ten billion dollar cap on their liability in the event of an accident. Fukushima is going to be around two hundred billion dollars. If it happens here, what does that mean? That means that you and I as tax payers shoulder the rest of that. We are on the hook for 190 billion in the event of this. And that’s what Price-Anderson is. I think in light of Fukushima, we should evaluate whether or not it is right to give these reactors a free ride on their insurance.

Well that’s all for now. Thank you very much

Strong quake hits Japan northern coasts

Sat May 14, 2011 1:35PM

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake has jolted Japan’s northeastern coasts which are still struggling with the aftermath of the destructive March 11 quake and tsunami.On Saturday, a 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit 60 kilometers northeast
of the coastal city of Iwaki, at a depth of 39.6 kilometers, the US Geological Survey reported.  No damage or casualties have been reported so far, and no tsunami warning has been issued.   The epicenter was off the coast of Miyagi
Prefecture, which is one of the areas worst hit by the March 11 twin disasters.  On March 11, an 8.9-magnitude earthquake, off the northeast coast of Japan’s main island, unleashed a 23-foot (7-meter) tsunami and was followed by
more than 50 aftershocks for hours.  According to Japan’s National Police Agency, the number of the dead and missing from the March quake and tsunami now stands at over 28,000.   The March 11 quake is now considered Japan’s
deadliest natural disaster since the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, which killed more than 142,000 people.


Quake Shifted Japan; Towns Now Flood at High Tide

Mon, 09 May 2011 16:05 CDT
Associated Press
japan Ishinomaki tidal flooding

© Associated Press
Residents stroll in a flooded street in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The area in this part of the city sunk nearly 2 feet 7 inches (0.8 meter) following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
When water begins to trickle down the streets of her coastal neighborhood, Yoshiko Takahashi knows it is time to hurry home.Twice a day, the flow steadily increases until it is knee-deep, carrying fish and debris by her front door and trapping people in their homes. Those still on the streets slosh through the sea water in rubber boots or on bicycle.

“I look out the window, and it’s like our houses are in the middle of the ocean,” says Takahashi, who moved in three years ago.

The March 11 earthquake that hit eastern Japan was so powerful it pulled the entire country out and down into the sea. The mostly devastated coastal communities now face regular flooding, because of their lower elevation and damage to sea walls from the massive tsunamis triggered by the quake.

In port cities such as Onagawa and Kesennuma, the tide flows in and out among crumpled homes and warehouses along now uninhabited streets.

A cluster of neighborhoods in Ishinomaki city is rare in that it escaped tsunami damage through fortuitous geography. So, many residents still live in their homes, and they now face a daily trial: The area floods at high tide, and the normally sleepy streets turn frantic as residents rush home before the water rises too high.

“I just try to get all my shopping and chores done by 3 p.m.,” says Takuya Kondo, 32, who lives with his family in his childhood home.

Most houses sit above the water’s reach, but travel by car becomes impossible and the sewage system swamps, rendering toilets unusable.

Scientists say the new conditions are permanent.

Japan’s northern half sits on the North American tectonic plate. The Pacific plate, which is mostly undersea, normally slides under this plate, slowly nudging the country west. But in the earthquake, the fault line between the two plates ruptured, and the North American plate slid up and out along the Pacific.

Read more here:

Japan Earthquake Triggered Smaller Quakes Around World

Apr 18, 2011 12:44 PM ET

By Charles Q. Choi, OurAmazingPlanet Contributor

earthquake magnitude comparison

The earthquake that launched a series of disasters in Japan in March triggered micro-quakes and tremors around the world, scientists find.seies

The catastrophic magnitude 9.0 earthquake that struck off the coast of the Tohoku region of Japan March 11 set off tremors mostly in places of past seismic activity, including southwest Japan, Taiwan, the Aleutians and mainland Alaska, Vancouver Island in Canada, Washington state, Oregon, central California and the central United States. It was unlikely that any of these events exceeded magnitude 3.

Researchers noted, however, that temblors also were detected in Cuba. “Seismologists had never seen tremor in Cuba, so this is an exciting new observation,” Justin Rubinstein, a seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey at Menlo Park, Calif., told OurAmazingPlanet.

Part of the excitement of the find is the insight it could add into the inner workings of earthquakes.

“Studying long-range triggering may help us to better understand the underlying physics of how earthquakes start,” explained seismologist Zhigang Peng at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

Quakes where normally quiet

Most of these micro-earthquakes and tremors occurred in places that already had high background levels of seismic activity, including California’s Geysers Geothermal Field and the San Andreas Fault. Some of the quakes occurred in low-activity areas, such as central Nebraska, central Arkansas and near Beijing.

“Seismologists generally think of the central U.S. as relatively quiet seismically — there are earthquakes in these areas, but relative to the West Coast of the United States, earthquakes in the central U.S. are infrequent and mostly small,” Rubinstein said.

After the Tohoku quake, “in the central U.S., we observed earthquakes in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota. For many of these locations, it was the first time we’ve seen triggered seismicity,” Rubinstein said. “I expect that we were able to see all of this triggered seismicity because there is a much denser configuration of seismometers in these states than there has been previously.

“The instrumentation is a part of the USARRAY, a project where seismologists are densely deploying seismometers in a rolling fashion across the United States. These observations are useful because they may suggest where future small earthquakes may occur.”

Larger quakes?

A number of large earthquakes in Japan, magnitude 6.0 or greater, occurred well beyond the rupture zone of the Tohoku quake and may have been triggered by the March 11 event, researchers added. These findings agree with recent research suggesting that a major quake can increase the risk of more temblors near it but not of massive quakes farther away.

“It is still too early to rule out the possibility that large distant earthquakes are completely unrelated,” Peng told OurAmazingPlanet. “It is quite possible that there is a delayed response in moderate to large earthquakes, or perhaps such distant triggering effects only occur for very large earthquakes.”

“A notable example is that after the 2004 magnitude 9.2 Sumatra earthquake, there is a clear increase of seismic activity in Myanmar and Yunnan, China,” Peng added. “Several of them are in the magnitude range of 5 to 6, and their distances are mostly beyond 1,000 kilometers [620 miles] to the northern end of the rupture of the Sumatra earthquake. Hence, more analysis is needed to understand how massive earthquakes like the 2004 Sumatra and the 2011 Tohoku earthquakes may affect global seismicity.”

The researchers hope to continue this work by looking at other large earthquakes that may have triggered small events, “in particular in the central U.S.,” Rubinstein said. “I also foresee people continuing study of tremor in Cuba as well.”

And small events aren’t all they’re looking for.

“We would also like to see whether this event may have caused any clear increase of moderate-size earthquakes that are outside the traditional aftershock zones,” Peng said. “In addition, more large earthquakes are needed, somewhat unfortunately, to build up the statistics of distant triggering of moderate to large earthquakes.”

The scientists will detail their findings April 15 at the Seismological Society of America meeting in Memphis.


More Liquefaction and Earthquake Damage from Japan

“Liquefaction –

Liquefaction is a processes that occurs in water-saturated unconsolidated sediment due to shaking. In areas underlain by such material, the ground shaking causes the grains to loose grain to grain contact, and thus the material tends to flow.

video courtesy of SheilaAliens from YouTube

Geological Proof Japan is collapsing, also the USA is Fracturing

This video below is one mans theory behind the geological conditions behind what appears to be the sinking of Japan, he provides plenty of illustrations and evidence to back up his claim. In addition, he maps out what’s been going on in the USA since the BP disaster that’s undermining the stability of the earths crust under the mid-section of the country.  This disaster is by no means over with and is literally a ticking time bomb, in more than one respect.

The link below leads to a video produced by Max Igan where he discuss’s the enormous problems with fracking, when you look at the photos and illustrations he provides you can clearly see this has become a SERIOUS problem – the landscape is literally littered with these wells. Which have also methodically  taken over very large areas of land, it’s sickening when you see what they have done to the earth. And, when you get a birds eye view of it all,  it even looks like they’re trying to fracture the continents. It’s happening everywhere now…

Max Igan’s show:


From: 2010TheCountdown  | Mar 23, 2011

Bunker Hill CA 95536

Real Time Seismicity


The Earth’s crust: its nature an physical properties


Japan Quake Map


Radiation map





Images Of Devastation In Japan A Month After The Earthquake


Over one month after Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami the link above leading to the photo gallery tells the tale of courage, strength and determination to overcome this crippling disaster. Under  extremely challenging circumstances, the Japanese people reflect an air of dignity, courtesy and enormous  inner strength many Americans could take example from.


If you live in Japan and can leave, get out now! The island may sink slowly giving time for evacuation, but with all the “scientific” predictions of another mega-quake and watching the volcano’s begin to violently erupt it would be wise to leave.

Everyone watching this around the world needs to join together to visualize a violet flame surrounding Japan and safety for all living things, then take that flame and wrap it around the world visualizing the same on a global level – because ultimately this is how we will change the world, with the power that lies within our thoughts. We are on the brink of an evolution in consciousness and on a Higher level this is the lesson we are to learn at this time…

April 18, 2011 Uploaded From 2010TheCountdown

There is no room for denial.
The Empire of Japan is on its last breath.
As I’ve said I don’t have a time frame.
I’m visual when I see, I don’t hear voices talking.
I see small movies.
I saw two days before the great quake at Sendai Japan Japan breaking into pieces and sink into the abyss.
So what I’ve tried to provide is Geological evidence that this actually can happen.
I have found proof if that.
Japan underneath is like sponge, full of channels (volcanic tubes)
these are as we speak being crushed by quakes, by increased Water pressure ( post glacial rebound – Scott BUG/believersunderground).
We must i repeat we must see to that we demand these people evacuated from the main island, its sinking right now, breaking apart.

Meanwhile you gotta ask yourself:

How come there were almost perfect timing in all the footage taken on that day of Mar. 11. camera’s placed at key points getting all the right shots.
Amazing I say…

Liquefaction! More Unsettling Signs of Japan Sinking

If it’s sinking then, it will hopefully happen slow enough so people have time to evacuate to avoid any more loss of life.

This has got to be very unnerving…

Dutchsinse: Alert! 7.2 Earthquake Rattles Japan April 13, 2011

This is the third day in a row Japan has had a sizable quake, in addition USGS is dragging their feet on reporting this one.

From: dutchsinse | Apr 12, 2011

10km off FUKUSHIMA!!!


1 10:08:12 10:08:12 52 52 37.8 37.8 140.9 140.9 福島県浜通り Fukushima Hamadori 10km 10km M7.2 M7.2 震度6強 Intensity 6 upper
2 2 10:08:14 10:08:14 54 54 37.6 37.6 142.4 142.4 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.2 M7.2 震度4 Intensity 4
3 3 10:08:14 10:08:14 54 54 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7 M7 震度3 Intensity 3
4 4 10:08:20 10:08:20 60 60 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.6 M7.6 震度4 Intensity 4
5 5 10:08:26 10:08:26 66 66 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M8 M8 震度5弱 Intensity 5 lower
6 06 10:08:27 10:08:27 67 67 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M8.1 M8.1 震度5弱 Intensity 5 lower
7 07 10:08:28 10:08:28 68 68 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M8.2 M8.2 震度5弱 Intensity 5 lower
8 08 10:08:48 10:08:48 88 88 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.9 M7.9 震度4 Intensity 4
9 09 10:09:08 10:09:08 108 108 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.2 M7.2 震度4 Intensity 4
10 10 10:09:28 10:09:28 128 128 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.2 M7.2 震度4 Intensity 4
11 (最終報) 11 (Final Report) 10:09:35 10:09:35 135 135 37.5 37.5 143.8 143.8 福島県沖 Off Fukushima 10km 10km M7.2 M7.2 震度4 Intensity 4

4/12/2011 — Magnitude 6.0 — Japan — EPICENTER DIRECTLY AT FUKUSHIMA PLANT

The significance in this post is the fact that Japan just had a 7.1 quake yesterday, then today a 6.0. Not sure I understand how he comes to the conclusion the epicenter was directly under the plant…


quake statistics:

Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 05:07:42 UTC
Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 02:07:42 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 37.000°N, 140.700°E
Depth 10.6 km (6.6 miles)
Distances 27 km (16 miles) WNW of Iwaki, Honshu, Japan
36 km (22 miles) SSE of Koriyama, Honshu, Japan
72 km (44 miles) S of Fukushima, Honshu, Japan
175 km (108 miles) NNE of TOKYO, Japan

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 12.8 km (8.0 miles); depth +/- 5.1 km (3.2 miles)
Parameters NST=490, Nph=497, Dmin=221.5 km, Rmss=0.95 sec, Gp= 29°,
M-type=regional moment magnitude (Mw), Version=9

Event ID usc0002p47

Japan Earthquake 6.2 magnitude, Overview on Island sinking to the East

From: dutchsinse | Apr 11, 2011  | 303 view

Below I’ve included the animation which shows this geographic event occurring, all quakes since March 11, 2011


Here is the ESA (European Space Agency) link which shows the confirmed “slippage” to the east.


Earthquake list of all quakes from japan:


Watch mount fuji live: