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Japan Hit By Two Major Aftershocks… Nuclear Threat Level To Surpass Chernobyl posted by on April 12, 2011
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A Nation Seeks Refuge... But There Is Nowhere To Go

The already devastated nation of Japan was hit by not one, but two more major aftershocks yesterday, both measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale.  And as if that wasn’t enough for Japan to have to endure in a day, the government raised the level of their looming Nuclear crisis to equal that of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, considered the worst in history.  With all that is yet to come, the disaster which resulted from damage to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant as a result of the March 11th 9.0 Earthquake and subsequent Tsunami, will easily be the worst Nuclear disaster in World History.  What makes matters worse, is the government has expanded its restricted area, and the tap water, food, soil, air and seawater continues to be contaminated.

World financial markets have already begun to take a beating this morning as well on the recent news, with Japan’s stock market droppping the most since the original quake happened just a month ago.

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Japan Gets Rocked Again By A 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake… Thankfully No Tsunamis posted by on April 7, 2011
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I pray for mercy over the land of Japan, and for that of our fallen world

Japan was rocked Thursday by yet another powerful Earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter Scale, and located closer to the coast of Japan than the 9.0 quake which struck on March 11th, triggering a powerful Tsunami that devastated the island nation.

This latest quake in a string of earthquakes and aftershocks since March 11th triggered a Tsunami warning in one prefecture and advisories in others. The warnings were (more…)

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