6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off coast of Japan

March 27, 2012JAPAN - An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 struck northern Japan on Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There was no risk of a tsunami. No injuries or damage were immediately reported. The epicenter was off the coast of Iwate, which was a region that was heavily damaged by last year’s massive quake and tsunami. –ABC7
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4 Responses to 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off coast of Japan

  1. yamkin says:

    EXTREME PRESSURE ON MAGNETOSPHERE.

    The angle of the solar wind Bz(nT) & By(nT) are in a negative stage. Plasma Temperature & Density levels are spiking AT EXTREME LEVELS. Proton levels are high. Further earthquakes, volcano activity and other disasters will be greatly influenced by the cosmic rays striking the earth’s core which is also contributing to the heating of the earth’s core.

  2. daniel says:

    THIS STRIKES ME AS BAD NEWS.THE RING OF FIRE SEEMS TO BE INCREASING ACTIVITY EVERYDAY.FINGERS CROSSED FOR EVERYBODY WHO MAY BE AFFECTED.

  3. yamkin says:

    5.6 magnitude quake jolts Kalat, Pakistan
    http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=20123\29\story_29-3-2012_pg7_7

  4. radiogirl says:

    Mount Fuji is a grave concern as it is showing signs of a possible future eruption..this of course being the last thing they need.Blessings,R

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