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Japan; POPULATION DENSITY MAP AND ESTIMATES.

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posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:30 AM
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Population Density Map -

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Comparing Density map to Google Earth - 35°56'34.37"N / 138°51'45.94"E


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List of effected areas by the Tsunami alone, based on Tsunami warning map's and Tsunami
Wave Aplitude at the hardest hit areas.


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Researched Populations

PP = Per Person. km
km² = Square Kilometer
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Choshi - The city has an estimated population of 72,348 and a density of 86ppkm².

Hachinohe - The city has an estimated population of 238,421 and a density of 781ppkm².

Hakodate - The city has an estimated population of 287,691 and a density of 442.24ppkm².

Hitachiota - The city has an estimated population of 60,372 and a density of 162ppkm².

Hitachinaka - The city has an estimated population of 155,354 and a density of 1,570ppkm².

Hokota - The city has an estimated population of 51,519 and a density of 235ppkm².

Ishinomaki - The city has an estimated population of 164,294 and a density of 555.3ppkm².

Iwanuma - The city has an estimated population of 44,379 and a density of 73ppkm².

Kamaishi - The city has an estimated population of 41,022 and a density of 92.9ppkm².

Kamisu - The city has an estimated population of 93,551 and a density of 635ppkm².

Kashima - The city has an estimated population of 66,249 and a density of 708.02ppkm².

Kitaibaraki - The city has an estimated population of 47,455 and a density of 254.46ppkm².

Kuji - The city has an estimated population of 36,596 and a density of 111.70ppkm².

Kushiro - The city has an estimated population of 189,539 and a density of 140ppkm².

Minamisoma - The city has an estimated population of 81,296 and a density of 179ppkm².

Miyako - The city has an estimated population of 57,87 and a density of 83.1ppkm².

Muroran - The city has an estimated population of 96,724 and a density of 1,210ppkm².

Natori - The city has an estimated population of 72,757 and a density of 727ppkm².

Nemuro - The city has an estimated population of 30,560 and a density of 60.2ppkm².

Noboribetsu - The city has an estimated population of 53,018 and a density of 250ppkm².

Shiogama - The city has an estimated population of 59,429 and a density of 3,329ppkm²

Soma - The city has an estimated population of 38,302 and a density of 194ppkm²

Tagajo - The city has an estimated population of 63,256 and a density of 3,220ppkm²

Takahagi - The city has an estimated population of 33,624 and a density of 173.63ppkm²

Tomakomai - The city has an estimated population of 173,504 and a density of 310ppkm²


Fukushima as a whole has a estimated population of 470,166. I estimated the new count due to the original count being 290,000 back in 2003.

This data was collected and reposted here from en.wikipedia.org... based on population counts as of 2008.

PLEASE NOTE:: This is not a estimate of the death toll. This is a list of the hardest hit areas by the Tsunami along with the effected areas population count.
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posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:31 AM
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These numbers stagger me! It is imperative that MSM lie's about the death toll. If they had actual numbers or would even allow a estimate that is realistic to be said over the MSM, that in itself would cause panic. CNN report's of 2,000 Body's found washed up ashore. In reality the real picture would look like recent photos of the fish die-off's.

I am not here trying to be grim. The numbers don't lie and I only wish to show everyone the truth about the magnitude of death that the MSM is covering up.

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posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:32 AM
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Lets say 50% of those people lost their lives. How many could have potential bin killed?



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:39 AM
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Only two views so far. At least I didn't give the thread name some doom and gloom title...



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:43 AM
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thats a total of 2727216 divided / 2=1363608 posible death toll

I added up al the numbers of the list.

If this is coming close, then that is disastrous. I would not know what to feel any more, hardly can today
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posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:49 AM
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Whew! I cannot see that small anymore. : ) Would love to find a Google Earth Layer to turn on to view populations. Just can't figure out how to get this done.



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:51 AM
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There has definitely been a trend emerging regarding disaster death tolls in the recent past. It is minimized then slowly scaled up with relatively small increases.
I don't know if it sinister, i.e. "The shock of the truth might wake people up," or if it is nanny-ish, i.e. "People just can't handle the truth so we have to protect them." But the fact is either way, those in power are treating us not as equals, but as subjects needing control and/or handling.



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:52 AM
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really is a massive ammount of people. i will be very surprised if the death tolls they are giving are correct, due to the timescale they had from the quake to the tsunami hitting. from some of the vids i have seen, i didnt see masses of people running for the hills, but the opposite. with it being a regular occurance in Japan they are more used to quakes than the rest of us and if they took 10 minutes to stand back after the quake to assess the damage, that would have given them another 10 to get to a safe distance from the incoming tsunami. scary stuff



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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Wish GE has that option too, which is why I used WIKI to look up each province/town's population.



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 01:46 PM
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So even with just a couple percent for a death toll, we're talking tens of thousands of people. It makes sense. I keep hearing on the news that there are dozens of towns that they haven't even reached yet. The real death toll probably won't really start coming to light until they start to clean up the ten and twenty feet layers of rubble.



posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 07:10 PM
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It took me an hour to look up the information, the real problem is I didn't even cover half of Japan.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 03:25 AM
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All the complaints on every other topic about death does not compare to what I posted.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 03:28 AM
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Oh well, guess ATS suppressed my thread. I expected it. I show the truth and it's drowned by ignorance.




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