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Sunday, March 27, 2011

New video from the Japanese Tsunami

Its been over 2 weeks since the horrific event, and now that we are all wrapped up around the nuclear pseudo-disaster (no radiation deaths or sicknesses reported yet), we seem to be forgetting the real disaster that has struck Japan: The tsunami. new video released today shows an overhead view as water rushes in through a river and pours into a once-vibrant coastal city. As the user who posted the video puts it: "Its the most daunting Tsunami vid I've seen", and I agree with him. All we can hope is that enough people evacuated or got to high ground before this hit. keep your thoughts with the people of Japan until they can recover and rebuild.

14 comments:

Venus said...

GOD bless all those people!

Photo Blog said...

This just shows there is no god, my regards to any one that is connected to japan!

TheMonopolyGuy said...

Man I love Japan, stupid earth...

Lehan said...

Poor japanese people :(

Pseudonachrichten said...

Thats shows that the earth is supirior to the humans

Team Panda said...

@photo blog dude god is standing right behind you... awkward..

But seriously, hopefully this wreak in japan isn't a sign of things to come.

314 In The Sky said...

It still amazes me that nature can be so powerful. Pushing those cars around like they are mere play things.

PvtCarlin said...

It's very unfortunate what happened.

ColdFyre said...

Wow, that is some amazing footage. It just goes to show you that no matter how much you prepare, mother nature will throw more at you.

Patres said...

That's terrifying right there. Wish I could help in some way.

Cayven said...

such a tragedy, and an awful thing to recover from. Good post again dude - keep up the good work! >> :D

ironchefman said...

Wow that is an unbelievable video. In 5 minutes, that town was underwater.

Totenkreuz said...

Man that sucks, I heard they just got another 6.8 earthquake too.

Stevesonaplane said...

So much power, and it just seems like it will never end.

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