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Japan Earthquake Strikes: Full Coverage
posted March 13 2011 19:54.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




We've seen images that shocked the world. Images that we watched with terror and awe. The gigantic magnitude 9 earthquake hit Japan at March 11 12:46am EST, and was the largest ever suffered by Japan. It was also among the world's top 10 earthquakes ever recorded. Gizmodo uploaded a summary of all that happened in this link.

[Link: Gizmodo]
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  • At 14 March 2011, 18:05:04 user Panagiotis wrote:   [reply @ Panagiotis]
    • I can't understand why the use the nuclear power if they can't contol it if something goes wrong!!!.Such as japan with so many earthquakes accidents...why they use nuclear power there?For electricity production?












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