Japanese engineering is no joke

Japanese engineering is no joke

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Fox News mistakes Japanese dance club as nuclear power plant
leilockheart:

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Two survivors in Japan reunited by a rescuer
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Two survivors in Japan reunited by a rescuer

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Japan: earthquake aftermath - The Big Picture - Boston.com

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thedailywhat:

Potentially Worse Worst Person Ever of the Day: In her latest video, infamous Poe’s law invoker TamTamPamela has raised the bar for religious extremists and religious extremism spoofers alike by thanking God for shaking Japan awake from the slumber of secularism.

Is she for real? The debate rages on. Either way: Not funny.

[thanks leah!]

Earlier: Worst Person Ever.

wow this is the worst worst WORST person i have EVER SEEN

Wow. Ive never been so pissed off over a youtube video. I wanna slap the hell out of this bitch. I have family living in Japan, and yes, thank GOD that they are safe. But they do believe in god (as do I) and in no way shape or form was this a “wake up call”. Its a NATURAL fuckin disaster. ALKDSJFALKJDF

 what the fuck? what god do YOU pray to? because thats some fucked up god if i do say so myself. you dont PRAY for things like that to happen like what did in japan to ‘wake people up’. you are the antichrist. i always wondered what it would look like. i can the see the horns protruding out of your forehead. its a shame people like you exsist.

Bitch, you live in a country with Atheist too. You’ll die praying for a quake in your country. even if “God” do answer your prayers, i hope the epicenter would be exactly wherever you’re standing - and don’t bother asking “God” to save your life either.

Son, this bitch needs to go. GTFO Pam!

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tarnishedhopes:

I never saw the ground breathe before — and I don’t think I ever want to see it again.

This is some stunning video (shot and narrated by one very calm person, I might add) taken in Central Park in Tokyo during the recent earthquake. Yes, during.

At various points in the video, you see cracks in the ground and sidewalk widen and shrink, almost as if the Earth were breathing. As the camera pans around, the videographer also talks about the water coming up through the cracks, filling in areas of the park.

Knowing what we do about the earthquake’s ultimate effects makes the video all the more frightening, almost like the beginning of a horror movie. Watch it.

This freaks me out.

Holy shit.

i worried if the cracks swallowed him whole while filming this.

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thedailywhat:

2011 Sendai Earthquake News Round-Up:
Nuclear Meltdown Fears: “Scramble” to cool reactors continues following yesterday’s blast, second blast possible; two reactors likely underwent partial meltdowns; at least 22 Fukushima residents tested positive for radiation exposure; Japanese nuclear accident comparable to Three Mile Island, unlikely to rival Chernobyl; MIT research scientist Dr. Josef Oehmen: “Why I am not worried about Japan’s nuclear reactors”; interactive infographic: Inside Japan’s crippled nuclear plants; primer: What’s a nuclear power plant?
Latest Figures: Japan Meteorological Agency upgrades quake magnitude to 9.0; over 1,500 confirmed dead; final toll likely to exceed 10,000; “increasingly, those being found are the dead.”
A Closer Look: City by city map of earthquake damage; before and after photos, as seen from space; The Big Picture: Earthquake aftermath; inside Tokyo Disneyland during and after the earthquake.
Elsewhere: Volcano erupts in southern Japan, link to earthquake unclear; Fury over Microsoft’s half-hearted, self-centered support for quake victims.
[screencap: spiegelman.]

thedailywhat:

2011 Sendai Earthquake News Round-Up:

Nuclear Meltdown Fears: “Scramble” to cool reactors continues following yesterday’s blast, second blast possible; two reactors likely underwent partial meltdowns; at least 22 Fukushima residents tested positive for radiation exposure; Japanese nuclear accident comparable to Three Mile Island, unlikely to rival Chernobyl; MIT research scientist Dr. Josef Oehmen: “Why I am not worried about Japan’s nuclear reactors”; interactive infographic: Inside Japan’s crippled nuclear plants; primer: What’s a nuclear power plant?

Latest Figures: Japan Meteorological Agency upgrades quake magnitude to 9.0; over 1,500 confirmed dead; final toll likely to exceed 10,000; “increasingly, those being found are the dead.”

A Closer Look: City by city map of earthquake damage; before and after photos, as seen from space; The Big Picture: Earthquake aftermath; inside Tokyo Disneyland during and after the earthquake.

Elsewhere: Volcano erupts in southern Japan, link to earthquake unclear; Fury over Microsoft’s half-hearted, self-centered support for quake victims.

[screencap: spiegelman.]

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LOL WTF

LOL WTF

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Local Malaysian newspaper Berita Harian published a caricature in their editor’s column today that depicts the popular Japanese cartoon character Ultraman as trying to outrun an incoming tsunami.

The publication has received tremendous criticisms by readers, who accuse the editors as being “inconsiderate and distasteful”. Several political leaders have even stepped out and demand a public apology, to which the editors promptly made on their publication’s Facebook fan page.

Malaysian newspaper pokes fun at recent tsunami disasters - CNN iReport

too soon Malaysia, too soon.
you just make me feel so shameful to be a Malaysian!
our country is on CNN for an ugly reason - thanks BH editor! 

P/S: ULTRAMAN DOES NOT WEAR SHORTS OK!