posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 10:44 AM
reply to post by Stringycheeseman
People simply don't comprehend that this is not just Japan's problem. This is the world's problem. Any place that has similar topography,
location, fault lines, volcanoes, etc., could be subjected to disasters of this nature. Look to our recent past with Indonesia, Haiti, China, New
Zealand and places I am sure I haven't named. These disasters are occurring more frequently and to greater capacity. Japan's horror was simply
documented in more detail so that those of us outside can see. And we are not even discussing the nuclear aspect.
From the very first video's of the tsunami, a chill struck me to the bone. Whatever they have listed as the official death toll, is NO WHERE near
accurate. Several prefects documented towns missing more than 10,000 people each. This video alone, could easily account for thousands because of
the number of homes and businesses visible, as well as the traffic seen moving even as the wave over comes the area.
Thank you for the video. It is horrific, but in its scenes we see the truth of the disaster. BT