August 11 2009 japan Earthquake

http://www.doomdaily.com/2009/massive-earthquakes-in-japan-shakes-buildings-indianesia-under-tsunami-alert/ Reports will be slower as most people are asleep in the affected areas. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tokyo Magnitude is 6.4 As well as Tokyo, the tremors from the quake were felt in Ibaraki, Saitama and Chiba, it was reported. It is the largest magnitude quake to hit Japan so far this year, after a 6.6 magnitude tremor shook the country in April. On Wednesday of last week (August 5th), there were two earthquakes in southern Japan, but neither caused any damage or injury. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 001 PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER/NOAA/NWS ISSUED AT 2005Z 10 AUG 2009 THIS BULLETIN IS FOR ALL AREAS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN. ... A REGIONAL TSUNAMI WATCH IS IN EFFECT ... A TSUNAMI WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR INDIA / MYANMAR / INDONESIA / THAILAND / BANGLADESH FOR OTHER AREAS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN REGION...THIS MESSAGE IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY AT THIS TIME. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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gekon077: Does it happen every year?

TokyoNerd: @kennyo21361 Me too!

Psuffix: There have been major tsunamis between 6 and 10 meters high on the coastal areas. It makes it so much worse.

worldethq: Find out when next earthquake occurs: WORLD-EARTHQUAKES . COM

Carlos A.: Thumbs up if you heard a breathe.

Darell McKinsey: kyoko ton yaba ergato ichiseka!

Fargo: this was a small one but japan's not good on Earthquake's

aurora990: @HarCees I agree with you when it comes to many buildings in Japan built 20 to 30 years ago will not withstand a major earthquake. Now I learned about the earthquake in Chile being very strong but not many reports of buildings damaged compared to Japan with the same strength and buildings damaged. what got me surprised is that Chile have tougher building codes for buildings to withstand earthquakes than Japan.

HarCees: I'd rather say ppl in Japan don't make a big deal out of an earthquake because they don't want to think about it. A majority of the buildings in Japan today would NOT stand a major earthquake, as most of them are built 20 - 30 years ago and often built considering the hot climate. That is to say - wood. Technology - sure. But space(houses) is very expensive in Japan. A normal income-family can not afford an earthquake -safe house/apartment.

aurora990: Japan is on the edge of both major geological plates and strong to very strong earthquakes are common in Japan. Japan uses advance technology for buildings to withstand strong to very strong earthquakes as well as conduct earthquake drills just as common as fire drills. that could be the reasons people in Japan do not make a big deal out of an earthquake.

syounantube: In Japan we're 13 hours ahead of the US east coast and 16 hours ahead of California. (This changes to 14 and 17 hours in the winter when US daylight savings time ends.)

kennyo21361: I was there for this one! Woke me up.

StubbornTurtwig: Wait, this video was posted 10th august 2009, and the earthquake was the 11th? I would guess this is fake then?

TokyoNerd: I was there for that...

diddykongd: why people are saying that is one of the sings that the world will end on 2012 it has bean prove wrong

Yuki Kim: I hope my mom is ok and that happened on my birthday so that would be terrible if my mom died on my birthday...

dr4g0nt4m3r: are the people who are affect ok?

Thai Tanium: I feel you Ioria89. I believe it is too

FriedTofu: of course, especially since earthquakes happen all the time, and only one person died during the earthquake.

Tom Miles: this didnt even wake me up, but i shit my pants at the weaker one a few days before

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