Japan again threatens tsunami

Japan again threatens tsunami Natural disasters

March 13, 2012 on the north-eastern coast of Japan, an earthquake measuring 6.8. Since strong aftershocks continued, the National Weather Service warned residents of coastal prefectures of Aomori and Iwate, and the central and eastern part of the island of Hokkaido about a possible tsunami, but the warning was soon canceled.

The earthquake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometers at a distance of 210 kilometers from the northern coast of Hokkaido and caused heavy seas: Japanese coast waves reached 20 and 10 centimeters. Therefore the height of the proposed tsunami could reach half

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Typhoon landfall on Japan Magny

September 16, 2013. In Japan, more than 320,000 families have had to flee their homes because of the typhoon "Mani", which hit the country on Sunday evening. This is reported by the Japanese media.

As of Monday morning, as a result of rampant disaster three people were missing, 70 injured. No casualties have been reported posts.

Hiroshi Yokoyama, a member of the Japan Meteorological Agency, "We have issued a warning about the dangers of heavy rains in Shiga Prefecture, Kyoto and Fukui. And it is expected that they will grow even more. For these regions it is —

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Japan questioned the official version of the September 11, 2001

The desire for sovereignty and the spirit of revolt against the dictates of the U.S. soars past few years in many countries throughout the world. Voice growing louder and more numerous.

Statement by MP Yukihisa Fujita of Japan (Yukihisa Fujita) 22 October 2008 (abbreviated version), in which he questioned the official version of imposing on September 11, 2001.

See also: MEP Dzhuletto Chiesa: 9-11 investigation from scratch.

Robert Fisher — the victim of a totalitarian regime, the U.S.

17th January 2008 in Reykjavik from severe renal insufficiency died Robert Fisher — a world famous, outstanding athlete, the eleventh World Chess Champion. Hunted, rejected and maligned — he died far from home, while remaining uncompromising fighter for the ideals of freedom and democracy.

The active phase of persecution Fisher U.S. State Department began when in 1992 the Yugoslav banker Robert E. Vasiljevic proposed to establish a commercial rematch with Boris Spassky and B. ex-champion unexpectedly agreed. The prize fund of the match was $ 5 million. Games were held on the island of Sveti Stefan in Yugoslavia, the

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Invasion of jellyfish in Japan. Photo

Shoals of giant jellyfish Echizen kurage every autumn appear off the coast of the Sea of Japan. Here they sail from the coast of China and Korea (where they are born.)

Fans of underwater photography, of course, very happy about the appearance of these unusual creatures can not be said about the local fishermen. Giant jellyfish causing great damage to the fishing industry, destroying the network and spoiling fish traps.

Fishermen say that once a fishing vessel whose crew was unlucky to catch a whale, even turned upside down under his weight.

Outbursts of giant jellyfish

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Heavy Snow in Japan

Heavy Snow in Japan Weather and Climate

On February 2, 2012 as a result of prolonged snowfall in the northern part of Japan, killing about 55 people.

In one of the coldest winters of the Japanese in recent years, 43 people have died during the cleaning of roofs and roads, 7 — by avalanches of snow from different buildings. In the prefecture of Akita in a popular mountain resort, famous for its hot springs, went 40-meter avalanche. It claimed the lives of four people, including three tourists. Rescuers continue to search for possible victims.

Snow do not stop to go

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Heat waves in Japan nearly 900 people were hospitalized with heat stroke

July 8, 2013. In Japan, a growing number of victims of heat waves, resulting in the died have at least one person. On Monday, the number of people hospitalized with heat stroke has reached 893, said with reference to the local fire service broadcaster NHK.

According to them, seven of hospitalized in serious condition, unconscious. There are reports of mass hospitalization of students participating in sports activities outdoors, RIA "Novosti".

Mmo Japan on Monday issued a warning of extreme heat (above 30 degrees), almost the entire country. In 94 out of 927 observation points the temperature exceeded 35

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In Japan, the seventh typhoon formed

July 8, 2013. Off the coast of Japan has formed another typhoon — the seventh this season. Now the storm is moving from the Mariana Islands in the direction of Japan — the islands of Okinawa and Taiwan, according to "RIA Novosti" with reference to the General Directorate of Meteorology of Japan.

Currently the maximum wind speed typhoon on its way from the speed of 25 km / h is 30 meters per second, however, warn meteorologists to July 11, it may reach 55 m / c. Central pressure — 985 hPa.

It is expected that by July 11,

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After the earthquake in March 2011 changed the status of water in the Japan Trench

May 30, 2013. A survey conducted by Japanese scientists found that the water in the Japan Trench was troubled by the earthquake that struck northeastern Japan in March 2011, according to NHK.

The researchers from the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology have used a special camera to explore the deep-water areas near the epicenter of the quake.

They found that even 4 months after the earthquake, sediments still circling above the bottom is about 110 kilometers south-east of the focal zone.

Usually the seabed at a depth of 7,000 meters calmer with weak currents. The researchers attribute the

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Two earthquakes in Japan

Two earthquakes in Japan, Natural disasters

November 24, 2011 there were two earthquakes in the Japan Trench. The first earthquake was recorded 100 miles east of the Fukushima power of 6.1 at a depth of 37.7 kilometers.

The second 6.2 quake at a depth of 30 km occurred near the south-eastern coast of Hokkaido near Urakava. No casualties were reported.

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