posted on Sep, 10 2012 @ 01:57 AM
Honestly, Mt Fuji as an eruption would have some pretty serious consequences, nobody can laugh at a few hundred thousand dead, the economic impact
would be felt and we would loose a degree or two of temperature
But it wouldn't be the end of japan let alone the world, in fact, i'd say the planet has a pretty good way about balancing itself...
At the moment the sun is very obviously in a period of being more active than normal, very likely the actual cause of these earthquakes and activity
is this extra energy being put into the system, big earthquake, later large eruption, lots of ash enters the sky, we get a bit of a shield for the
duration of this solar activity, everything works out fine.
Now in human terms, sure a few hundred thousand dead around Fuji, economic shutdown of Tokyo for a time, loss of crops again the next year this time
due to low temperatures... it equals Millions of Dead globally perhaps... but again the planet has it's ways of keeping things in balance
Frankly I Just wish it wasn't Japan, I happen to really like Japan