The Japanese earthquake has caused waves in Norway

Aurlandsford — one of those where the waves were observed. (Photo by Grisha Levit.)

July 2, 2013. An earthquake biggest load assumes a region located near the epicenter, and sometimes a push, you can register and at a great distance. But seismic waves emitted by an earthquake, in fact diverge around the world several times and bend around the globe, turning the planet into a large bell ringing. The stronger the earthquake, the louder he "calls." A earthquake magnitude 9.0, which occurred off the coast of Japan March 11, 2011, was a very, very powerful.

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