Japan Met Agency issues dire warnings of potential cataclysms for Japan | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

Japan Met Agency issues dire warnings of potential cataclysms for Japan | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 11, 2011TOKYO – Japan’s Meteorological Agency on Friday warned the country’s 20 volcanoes has become alive due to the massive March 11 earthquake, and a study said earthquake over 9.0-magnitude might hit Japan. The Agency said volcanic explosion occurred after earthquake several times in history and people should maintain vigilance against this tendency. The number of earthquake above 6.0 M reached 77 on March. And 74 out of them occurred in quake-hit region, were aftershock. The number is 50 times over the same period last year. The largest aftershock on April 7 hit Japan has killed 4 people, injured at least 166, and caused a power outage over 2.61 million households, according to Japan’s police officials.  The Meteorological Agency warned aftershocks above 6.0 M like the April 7 earthquake probably would hit Japan again. Meanwhile, quakes of the country’s 20 volcanoes occurred more frequently after the massive March 11 earthquake, especially, the Fuji, Hakone, and Aso-San. Authorities in Japan on Friday announced a research findings which indicated chain earthquake over 9.0-magnitude might hit Japan and its offshore area. A massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit off the northeastern coast of Japan on March 11, 2011, triggering a massive tsunami which caused alerts to go up along the pacific basin. The National Police Agency reported at 10:00 a.m., April 8, the death toll rose to 12,731.  The number of reported missing declined to 14,706. –IB Times

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