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Sunday, April 17, 2016

JAPAN SPLITTING APART? Evacuations ordered



Forty-one earthquakes in 7 days show a clear pattern: the southern island of Kyushu, Japan seems to be splitting apart!



Data from the US Geological Survey (USGS) show a very clear line of quakes from the city of Kumamoto in the west, toward Yufu and Beppu in the Oita province northeast. 

One can almost draw a straight line through the middle of the quakes, to get from Kumamoto to Yufu, in the Oita province to get an approximation of how the island may split apart.  If this happens, Kumamoto, a city with a population of about 750,000, may be submerged in the sea. 
Gaping cracks, 100's of feet wide and hundreds of yards long have appeared in the ground.  The media has been calling them "landslides" but what they actually look like from the air is an enormous crack forming in the island; a crack showing the island is breaking apart.

To understand what's taking place, we begin with a map of Japan to identify the islands:

Shikoku



The smallest of the four main islands of Japan, 
separated from Honshu by the Inland Sea: 
forested and mountainous. 
Pop.: 4 137 000 (2002 est.). 
Area: 17 759 sq. km (6857 sq. miles)

It appears that Kyushu is breaking apart in a similar manner to the way Shikoku broke away from the main island of Honshu some time in the past.


Kyushu

Kumamoto Prefecture is in the center of   Kyushu, the southernmost of the four major Japanese islands. It is bordered by the Ariake inland sea and the Amakusa archipelago to the west, Fukuoka Prefecture and Ōita Prefecture to the north, Miyazaki Prefecture to the east, and Kagoshima Prefecture to the south.

Mount Aso (1592 m), an extensive active volcano, is in the east of Kumamoto Prefecture. This volcano is located at the centre of the Aso caldera.

EVACUATIONS ORDERED


170,000 PEOPLE HAVE NOW BEEN ORDERED TO EVACUATE SECTIONS OF KUMAMOTO AND OITA PREFECTURES.  
According to seismologists, the ground is "loose" from the earthquakes in Kumamoto Prefecture and Oita Prefecture , and as such there is a possibility that the landslides and flooding.  But the flooding may not be from rivers, it may be the ocean pouring in!  Evacuation instructions and recommendations to approximately 170,000 people in 12 municipalities have been issued.



Contributing sources:

SuperStation95 - KYUSHU JAPAN SPLITTING APART? Evacuations ordered!

http://miyavi-lovers.forumotion.com/t25-kansai

Kyushu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyushu   Cached
Kyushu (九州, Kyūshū?, lit. "Nine Provinces") (Japanese pronunciation: [kjɯᵝːꜜɕɯᵝː]) is the third largest island of Japan and most southwesterly of its ...


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3 comments:

  1. So where is the photos of these 100 foot wide cracks ?

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    1. Good point! I'd like to see the photos too. Can't find any.

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t34wL64-UWk&feature=share

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