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The Natural Disaster Thread

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People flee for their lives as ten-metre high tsunami washes away buildings after massive 8.9 quake strikes Japan

- People in cars try to outrun waves on coastal highways

- Tokyo's Disneyland car park under water

- Hundreds injured after ceiling caves in at Tokyo graduation ceremony

- Physicist describes event as one of history's 'great quakes'

- Buildings rocked in China's capital Beijing, 1,500 miles away

- Hawaii on tsunami alert: Wave expected to hit at 3am local time

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Unreal,

The worlds just getting over a catestrophic Tsunami a few years ago, these natural disasters are hitting the bigger nations too often.

PS.

I hear the WAVE is actually YET to hit...

I fear for these people, at least the word is out early.

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*empties savings acc*

might as well enjoy 2011

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was watching bbc news and my house mate said he saw godzilla in the background

spat out my oats

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these natural disasters are hitting the bigger nations too often.

Yeah.

It was better when only poor people were dying.

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these natural disasters are hitting the bigger nations too often.

Yeah.

It was better when only poor people were dying.

Took my qoute out of context, I see what you did there.

I was talking about the big countries, America, Japan, China, those who put more sh*t into the ozone layer than smaller nations and are paying for there hard labour structures.

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Robert Cessaro, from the PTWC, tells the BBC World Service that "the depth of the quake is about 10km, in other words it's a very shallow event, and also it's in the water. So right away we know that it's going to produce a tsunami. This one is pretty big."
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World is crumbling.

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How man has time to be loading sh*t up on youtube is beyond me.
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World is slowly ending

UK is gonna get it soon

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Swear Japan has like an earthquake every year? They live on a fault line.

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My thoughts go out to Japan.

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I better go and check on my housemate, he's Chinese and might be affected.

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Swear Japan has like an earthquake every year? They live on a fault line.

They have a few every year.

One of this magnitude about every 15 years.

FAO Apocalyptic preachers: Earthquakes do not apply. Let's stick with climate and world government guys.

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Ffs I got family in Japan. Can't get through by phone and ain't getting responses via email or facebook

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Swear Japan has like an earthquake every year? They live on a fault line.

They have a few every year.

One of this magnitude about every 15 years.

FAO Apocalyptic preachers: Earthquakes do not apply. Let's stick with climate and world government guys.

ofc quakes apply if they are in the bible

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not if they are regularly occurring, is like saying its the end 'cause 100,000+ people die each day

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not if they are regularly occurring, is like saying its the end 'cause 100,000+ people die each day

of course they are regularly occurring its the end of the world soon, last 10-11 years seen more than the last 200 years

so shut up dubby once again chatting sh*t

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If you were talking about climate related natural disasters than you're right. but not for earthquakes bro soz.

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was watching bbc news and my house mate said he saw godzilla in the background

spat out my oats

oh my face

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"Now as He (Jesus) sat on the Mount of Olives,

the disciples came to Him privately, saying,

‘Tell us, when will these things be?’

And ‘What will be the sign of Your coming,

and of the end of the Age?’"

(Matt 24:3)

"Jesus answered and said to them ...

And there will be earthquakes in various (diverse) places,"

(Matt 24:8)

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TIMES LIKE THESE IM GLAD I LIVE IN ENGLAND.

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"Now as He (Jesus) sat on the Mount of Olives,

the disciples came to Him privately, saying,

‘Tell us, when will these things be?’

And ‘What will be the sign of Your coming,

and of the end of the Age?’"

(Matt 24:3)

"Jesus answered and said to them ...

And there will be earthquakes in various (diverse) places,"

(Matt 24:8)

WHAT PLACES WHERE THERE ARE NATURALLY EARTHQUAKES ALL THE TIME?

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earthquakes were way less common 3000 years ago, do your own research on earthquake time lines for any given country you stupid cunts

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