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Originally posted by TGreenman
What are they teaching you kids in school these days? Haven't you heard of liquifaction being part of earthquakes. The shaking of the ground brings ground water to the surface. It causes mudslides and buildings to topple. It's one of the most dangerous aspects of earthquakes.
Originally posted by elouina
I would really like to see an updated video of this same land.
That's quite a stretch of the imagination, baseless and unfounded. Big fan of a fat gore-ish man making a fake economy out of fake 'carbon credits', are you?
Originally posted by charactereducation
There are many reason of accident in Japan due to Tsunami. One of them may be change in climate of the country. what you say?
Originally posted by revolutionhunter
Hey folks! I've been following ATS for a while now, especially since the quake hit Japan. I live in Norway and found this video just released in one of our major newspapers online. Apparently it's a so called standing wave. It manifested in the Sognefjord in Norway, just after the quake hit Japan. The Norwegian Geo Technical Institut received several reports of this phenomena. Freaky, just wanted to get it out there:
Originally posted by wrathchild
reply to post by imawlinn
Ive never seen broken lawnsprinkler lines during an earthquake...but when the ground is moving like that i'm sure the water will start "lapping".
I'll go with the most likely reason the water was pouring from the ground until proved other-wise....