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This is a video of disaster scenes from the 2006 movie Sinking Of Japan (Nihon Chinbotsu). It includes volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes. I edited all the disaster parts for your pleasure. And to clear things up, yes this is a DVDrip, it is in Japanese but there ARE english subtitles. Here are the subtitles: 00.01 - Daisetsuzan Range, Hokkaido 00.22 - Mts Tokachi & Furano erupt 00.48 - City of Kumamoto 01.05 - Hakodate 01.57 - D1 reports... ..multi-centered earthquakes in Shizuoka, Nagano and Niigata! 02.04 - Magnitude 7....7.4...still rising! 02.06 - Tokyo, scale 6! 02.11 - It's coming! (And it's kinda obvious that the earthquake scene is Tokyo.)
16 Sep 2008
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Psychic Channeling on Earthquake Predictions for the World. I, T. Chase, amateur psychic, attempted to channel on August-October 2009, psychic ESP information on earthquake predictions including the possibility of a large Earthquake in California. Note that there have been earthquakes occuring worldwide in the past few months. The channelings predict the possibility of a giant Magnitude 8 California Earthquake in Southern California in April 2010. The channeling prediction is for a giant Magnitude Eight Quake in Southern California on the San Andreas Fault in year 2010, specifically April 2010 is mentioned for a Magnitude 8 quake in Southern California, and a 7.6 in San Francisco in May 2010. Also discussed are tsunami tidal wave predictions. From T. Chase who is the channeler, and Revelation13****. Copyright 2009 by T. Chase. From the Revelation13**** web site, also see Revelation13**** (Revelation 13: Prophecies of the Future, Astrology, Nostradamus, Bible Prophecy, the King James version English Bible Code).
20 Mar 2011
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video inedito del tsunami que arremetio contra japon .
13 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER ANCHOR SALEM SOLOMAN You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy “A new day and a nightmare for quake victims in Japan.” (Video Source: CNN) “...has some Japanese calling this Japan’s Chernobyl.” (Video Source: CBS) JOHN LARGE: “...and we know about 170,000 people have now been evacuated, so clearly they are preparing for the worst case.” (Video Source: ITN) From earthquakes, to tsunamis, to nuclear meltdowns, it’s hard to imagine things getting much worse for Japan--but where there’s a media, there’s a way. One theme dominating the coverage is “can it get any worse?” Media outlets take a look at the worst case scenarios. (Video Source: RT) “There are now three power plants in Japan where there are fears about radiation.” (Video Source: Sky News) “..***uld overheat and meltdown, releasing radioactivity into the environment.” (Video Source: MSN) “Japan has declared an emergency alert at another nuclear power plant in the Northeast of the country. Radiation levels of about 700 times higher than normal have reportedly been detected.” (Video Source: RT) One YouTube user was compelled enough to warn Americans of impending radioactive doom. “The wind was blowing to the east of Japan, and the picture you’re looking at suggests where it’s gonna go. With the current... situation, wind current and so on and so forth, so I don’t know what more to say to you, I don’t have the knowledge to advise you anymore... ” Fox News interviewed nuclear power expert Joe Cirincione, who says the likelihood of America having a similar fate is very, very possible. “[A] trifecta of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown in the U.S. remains a possibility...Diablo Canyon in California is ‘a classic case of a very large nuclear reactor in an area that's seismically active...’” ...and the disaster anxiety has indeed spread overseas. A writer for Canada Free Press imagines a monster volcano exploding in the U.S. “If the Yellowstone Park caldera, the largest potential volcano in the U.S. should explode, it would have a comparable affect and there isn’t a damn thing that can be done about it.” Keep up with the latest on the Japanese disaster by downloading the latest Newsy iphone app. You can now stream our videos through your Apple TV – it’s free from the iTunes Store. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON ANCHOR SALEM SOLOMON You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the new iPad 2, you may have to wait a little longer. IHS iSuppli reports the disaster in Japan could cause shortages of Apple's iPad 2 tablet computer. According to the report, there are five components made in Japan, including the touch-screen glass and battery. Long Island’s News 12 has more. “Apple admits it could be weeks before they could get those parts so if you didn’t get an iPad 2 last weekend when it debuted, you could wait a bit. Apple sold up to 600,000 in the first weekend.” MSNBC reports the iPad 2 is already in high demand and sales have greatly exceeded expectations. A reporter for CNN says this demand combined with a short supply could raise the price of the product. “If those shortages in products happens, we could see prices go higher. It’s simple supply and demand. What it’s really going to depend on is how long these shut downs lasts.” And the LA Times reports -- consumer panic is already starting to show itself. “On EBay, the 16-gigabyte iPad 2 models were selling for about $900 on Thursday afternoon, while 64-gigabyte models were listed for more than $1,300.” A writer for Planet Insane spoke to a quote- “industry insider” who says, it might not be as big of a deal if Apple can find alternative suppliers -- but there’s one thing they won’t be able to get anywhere else. “The batteries that are made for the iPad2 are thinner than your regular cell phone battery. The companies that made the batteries for the iPad2 are the same ones who pioneered the lithium ion battery and batteries for cell phones. Those batteries would not be able to be made anywhere else except for in Japan.” Finally, a CNBC reporter says it’s too early to tell how long the tech commodity will be off the shelves. “Most important, it’s just far too early to draw conclusions about what the impact might be anyway.” “What you find inside can vary from one iPad 2 to the next. Once you crack it open and you see Toshiba NAND and the next you might find Samsung NAND and looking inside, you can’t tell what the part stockpiles are or really what the preparations have been made.” So, iPad fans, are you willing to wait out the dry spell -- or are you willing to shell out the extra cash? 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for daily updates. Get more multisource world tech news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
22 Mar 2011
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The disaster at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power station has made eminently clear that mankind has to look for alternative ways of meeting its energy needs – and quickly. Because demand for energy continues to rise. Today, every second person on the planet lives in a city. In Europe, this figure has passed the 70 percent mark. Urban centers around the globe account for over three quarters of worldwide energy consumption. That’s why the experts are working all-out on developing so-called “Metropolitan Solutions” – environmentally friendly energy supply and utility services concepts for today’s large urban centers.
6 Apr 2011
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Miraculous survivor stories continue to trickle in from Japan. “And a glimmer of good news - an 80-year-old woman and a teenage boy have been rescued from the wreckage of a house, nine days after the earthquake and tsunami. Both were weak but conscious, and have been taken to a hospital.” But happy endings are few and far between as the post- disaster death toll reaches a new high. CNN’s Kyung Lah reports- the numbers are likely to rise even more, especially in the tsunami zone. “At the town center people are still registering the missing. They have signs posted all over the walls. It's almost like wallpaper." The number dead varies depending on who you ask, but the Japanese government released a new total Sunday. “The death toll now upwards of 8,100. Still so many missing, and the number of missing well over 12,000.” Rescue teams continue to search, but as the Washington Post reports, they’re about ready to give up. “Time and hope are dwindling in the hunt for survivors. In Miyagi (Mee-ya-gee) prefecture, where the official death toll is 4,882, the police chief told his staff Sunday to prepare for up to 15,000 bodies. Already bodies have been taken to 19 different makeshift morgues, including a high school gymnasium.” As the Japanese government continues to uncover the extent of the devastation- The New Yorker explains- it may take a few years to see the full picture. “A confirmed death is apparently one that they have placed in a body bag. And water, like the most effective killers, tends to wipe away the evidence as it retreats. In the aftermath of the Japan disaster, entire neighborhoods simply vanished. And then there is the nuclear dimension: if radiation continues to be released, there may be deaths that aren’t counted for years.” If there’s anything to be learned from history, a confirmed final death total could be a decade away. A reporter for Time reminds… “The final death count from the Kobe earthquake—upwards of 6,400—was not recorded until 2005, ten years after it hit.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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