As you have already heard, a super massive earthquake hit earlier today about 60 miles off the coast of Japan. ITS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRYYYYYYYYYY!!!!
A giant wave tosses cars like toys, a yacht teeters atop a building, and a refinery burns in unforgettable pictures chosen by our editors. In 1 of 20 unforgettable pictures of Japan's tsunami aftermath chosen by National Geographic photo editors, rescue team members carry the body of a man through splintered remains of the village of Saito on Monday. A survivor walks his bicycle through the remains of the devastated Japanese town of Otsuchi on March 14. A tsunami-tossed boat rests on top of a building amid a sea of debris in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, on March 14. A mother tries to talk to her daughter, who has been isolated due to signs of radiation at a makeshift facility in Nihonmatsu, Japan, on March 14.
A tsunami wave crashes over a street in Miyako City, Iwate Prefecture, in northeastern Japan on March 11. Tsunami survivors embrace to celebrate being alive in the destroyed city of Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, on March 11. On March 13 rescue workers approachA Hiromitsu Shinkawa, a 60-year-old man from Japan's Minamisoma City who washed out to sea during the recent tsunami and spent days clinging to a piece of roofing. People search through debris at the Sendai airportA on March 14, days after an earthquake-triggered tsunami left the Japanese city in ruins. Swaddled in blankets, evacuated tsunami survivors try to keep warm in a Japanese Red Cross hospital on March 13. A lone vehicle passes a train overpass mangled by the recent earthquake in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, on March 12. A survivor of the recent Japan earthquake reads a list of other survivors in a shelter in Iwate Prefecture on March 13. An emergency worker throws disinfectant powder on the ground around earthquake-damaged buildingsA in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, on March 14. Coated with mud, a photo album lies amid debris in the earthquake-ravaged town of Natori, Japan, on March 14. A rescue worker surveys the devastation on March 14 in the Japanese village of Saito, which was leveled by the earthquake-triggered tsunami. A woman mourns the devastation of Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, in northern Japan on March 13. Flames and smoke billow from a petroleum-refining plant damaged by the Japan earthquake in Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture, on March 13.


A boy walks past vehicles damaged by the Japan earthquake and tsunami in Tagajo, Miyagi Prefecture, on March 13. Rescue workers search for Japan earthquake victims amid shattered houses in Nodamura, Iwate Prefecture, on March 14.
The hand of a man killed by the Japan earthquake juts out of jumbled concrete sea barriers on March 14 in Toyoma, Japan.
Here are dozens of pictures taken in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake in Japan on March 11.
As the world watches Japan suffer in the aftermath of their triple tragedy—earthquake, tsunami and nuclear emergency, most people are moved by sympathy. People did come from the community, joining our members in the dimly lit sanctuary as music softly played. Some weeks later after the grief and shock wore off, we did have a community study about prophecies of Christ’s soon coming. We're passionate about sharing news and inspiring stories from around the Mid-America Union to help people grow closer to Jesus and in community with one another.
In the months following disasters, such as the March 11, 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunamis, recovery planners are challenged to allocate recovery resources in the most effective ways. Remote sensing satellites, like NASA's Aqua and Terra orbital platforms, carry a range of instruments that digitally capture visible and infrared light. Immediately following the Japanese earthquake, satellite images of the region were captured and computer-processed. If you need help or have a question please use the links below to help resolve your problem. The Japanese National Police Agency has confirmed as much as 14,755 deaths, 5,279 injured, and 10,706 people missing across eighteen Japanese prefectures. The extensive damaged to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant caused three nuclear reactor explosions, deadly radiation exposure to citizens, environmental and agricultural contamination, and the evacuation of hundreds of residents within 20km of the area.
Recent CommentsJceledon on Hyperdimension Neptunia, Oh the Hypocrisy!!touhouladies on Hyperdimension Neptunia, Oh the Hypocrisy!!Buffee on Starry Sky Ep. You can find news updates at the usual news sites, but here are some picture galleries from Japan. The town is just one of many nearly erased from Japan's northeastern coast, where water, electricity, and telecommunications are largely unavailable.As of Monday an estimated 350,000 people are reportedly homeless in the wake of Friday's magnitude 9 earthquakea€”Japan's biggest on record.
The daughter is among people evacuated from the vicinity of Fukushima's damaged nuclear plants. But some are simply curious, while others are insensitive—like the Aflac Duck insurance spokesman, Gilbert Gottfried, fired after posting Twitter tweets about the tragedy that Aflac denounced as inappropriate humor.


To determine where the need is the greatest, planners require accurate information about the extent and location of the damage. However, to be useful, these images must be pieced together and matched to scale, and even sunlight angle. Computer processing enhances the images and brings out details that might be lost in natural color photos. By comparing these images to those taken before the disaster, recovery planners can obtain the most accurate views of the damage and develop the most effective recovery strategies. In addition to the destruction caused by the earthquake and aftershocks, related tsunamis devastated miles of the Japanese coastline.
The overall property damage escalated to over 125,000 buildings damaged or destroyed as well as heavy damage to roads, railways, and dams. In an effort to stabilize the economy, The Bank of Japan offered ?15 trillion (US$183 billion) to the banking system on 14 March. Incredibly and inexcusably, some Christians are also insensitive—even as genuine believers around the world donate millions toward disaster response while also devoting themselves to prayer. Hearing that many unchurched Californians were praying, we invited the community to join us.
I began by asking attendees to share their sentiments about the suffering before we engaged in prayer. Visit our contact section or connect with us through one of our social media pages listed below. For example, in satellite images, water can be darkened to deep blue or even black to enhance its contrast with the land.
Several nuclear power plants were damaged, leading to potentially serious health risks for tens of thousands of people. If you want to contribute anything, there is a box in the back for any offerings people might want to give. And don't forget to check out our print edition, the official journal of the Mid-America Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Clouds and snow appear white and smoke appears hazy gray or blackish, depending upon its density.



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