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Is Mount Fuji About To Blow?

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posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 07:30 AM

Originally posted by FlyersFan

Originally posted by Mickierocksman
With Tokyo only 100KM and Kanagawa, Yamanashi and Shizuoka in direct danger ..

I lived in Kanagawa prefecture from 1983-1986. Waaaaaaaay back then, everyone thought Mt. Fuji was going to erupt 'any day'. It never happened. We had big earthquakes and lots of volcano pressure and some tidal waves and some typhoons .. but Mt. Fuji never erupted. (you could see the summit from my home .. it was VERY impressive).

Yes, it is beautiful, but its also a volcano.

This is what struck me when I saw it... “its just massive”

Do you think it 'must' blow one day? I'm not sure it can remain as dormant as it has been (which is still quite active)

What do you think about the current science on it?


posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 09:31 AM

Now, let us pray....
(prayer is not just for the religious)
We want this to calm down, surely.

Edit: lol, prob just made a fool of myself, god damn google translator.... any japanese speakers here? what would 'Mother of god' be in japanese.... but in english

edit on 2012/9/7 by Jimjolnir because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 11:44 AM
You wish it did. So you can get your doom porn orgasm out of the way, it's an addiction I understand. Spread all over ATS. And, no I don't think it's going to blow up

posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 03:39 PM
reply to post by Mickierocksman

According to researchers, Japan might be about the add volcanic eruptions to the list of catastrophes that have dogged it over the past year, and the volcano in question is none other than the iconic Mt. Fuji.

On March 15th last year, four days after the major quake that shook Tohoku, a magnitude 6.4 quake hit Shizuoka, one of the prefectures Mt. Fuji sits astride. This week, a research team including members from the National Research Institute for Earth Sciences and Disaster Prevention announced that the quake has increased the likelihood of a large eruption from Mt. Fuji by increasing pressure within the magma chamber.

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