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Tokyo-centered Earthquake Could Kill 23,000

Skeptikai has had many articles on what I expect will be what everyone has been calling “The Big One” for years. That is, a catastrophic earthquake in the most densely populated city in the world – Tokyo. I never look … Continue reading

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Predicting Ten Thousand Deaths in the Next Big Tokyo Earthquake

Millions of people in Japan are getting ever more nervous that “The Big One” will come soon – the earthquake that strikes Tokyo, the heart of Japan. This concern is certainly justified, ever since the 2011 earthquake raised the probability … Continue reading

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Tsunami Survival Guide: Japanese Culture is Not Conducive to Staying Alive

If you have Japanese values, you shouldn’t expect to survive a devastating tsunami. The concept of TENDENKO may change the culture of Japan, and save thousands of lives. Continue reading

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Earthquake Research Says Tokyo May Get “The Big One” Within the Next Few Years

Some awful news from the University of Tokyo – new predictions suggest a powerful earthquake to hit Tokyo by 2016. Continue reading

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Eastern Japan to Brace for Another M9 Earthquake Within 30 years

There is a good chance that within the next 30 years, Eastern Japan is going to experience another massive earthquake. It might be the same magnitude as the one that killed tens of thousands in March. Continue reading

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Top 4 Documentaries on the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake

If there’s one good thing we can say about nature’s merciless beating of Eastern Japan on March 11, it’s that this incident became the most studied natural disaster in the world. Aside from Japan’s extensive scientific detection instruments, ordinary people … Continue reading

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The Cherry Blossoms Shall Bloom Again – An Overlooked Factor in National Unity

One important factor in Japan’s sense of unity after the March 11 earthquake was widely overlooked. Let me take you back to that time and show you what it was like. Continue reading

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Tokyo Likely to Get a Big Earthquake

Tokyo is highly likely to see a big earthquake within the next few decades. There’s not much we can do except learn about the science of earthquakes, and fill the holes in our knowledge about them. Continue reading

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Land of the Scorching Sun – Part 1

People are having to adapt to the scorching sun in Japan. Here are some of the ways things are changing. Continue reading

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Award-Winning Homage to Trains

An award-winning commercial was missed by millions because it was aired at an unfortunate time. See the commercial here. Continue reading

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