Tornado rips through prefecture near Tokyo, Japan demolishing homes and killing one

May 6, 2012 JAPANA tornado has ripped through the Japanese regions of Ibaraki and Tochigi, killing a 14-year-old boy and causing major devastation. Roofs were ripped off houses and cars were overturned in the area 60 kilometers north east of Tokyo. There were reports of dozens of injuries, several of them serious. The twister hit at about 1pm local time, bringing high winds and lashing rain just 20 minutes after the Japanese meteorological agency had issued a tornado warning. By the time it had passed through, close to 200,000 homes were without electricity. –Euronews
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30 Responses to Tornado rips through prefecture near Tokyo, Japan demolishing homes and killing one

  1. Steve says:

    Alvin, is this normal for Japan?
    I say this as we’ve been getting small tornados here in the UK recently. Regularly seeing ‘water spouts’ off the Isle of Wight in South UK. Weather patterns seem to be pushing the limits in recent times


  2. Dan Cooper says:

    I’m 65 y/o and have NEVER, to my memory, heard of a tornado hitting Japan. I guess a mega- earthquake (IF thats what it was) and reactor meltdowns still spewing radition isn’t enough for this country. Maybe Edgar Cayce was correct …”and the greater half of Japan shall fall into the sea”.


  3. Georgi Bonchev says:

    Does Supermoon caused this?


  4. bigsmileu1 says:

    I can’t believe more diaster is riddling Japan. This is unbelievable!


  5. gabelgirl says:

    I feel terrible for Japan; they can’t seem to get break from mother earth. As a wife of a combat weather forecaster, I can say that these things do happen sometimes and everybody needs to be aware and prepared.


  6. apak907 says:

    I feel sorry for those unfortunate people.


  7. Cookie's mum says:

    Oh these poor people..there will be a whole upcoming generation with massive psychological trauma from all of the events in Japan..God bless these precious souls….and the whole land mass not to mention can we possibly complain living here in America? at the very least there is somewhere to go…..and a meal to be had with nutritious ingredients…my heart weeps for all worldwide in such dire circumstances…boy are we fortunate here..


  8. Sue says:

    Arnie Gundersen and many other experts are talking of a possible collapse of the reactor #4 Fuel pool. Here’s one example:


    • Ellen Nicholas says:

      Thank you, Sue – for providing this link. It’s not fear mongering. Reactor 4 is hanging by a thread, so to speak…with it’s MOX fuel (lots of Plutonium) and 1,600 fuel rods, exposed to the air, very flammable. The experts are in agreement. There is no technology to get those things off site. ..and when it happens…there will be a quick release of so much radiation it will make Chernobyl look like child’s play…Ironically, when I first found this site, calling it Extinction protocol – I thought it was speaking ONLY of this impending catastrophe! If you know anything about plutonium, you’ll know that just ONE of these rods has enough radiation to give everyone on earth Cancer, and an immediate sickness/death – not the slow kind we’re now going through.


  9. Emanni says:

    An Urgent Request on UN Intervention to Stabilize the Fukushima Unit 4 Spent Nuclear Fuel
    We Japanese civil organizations express our deepest concern that our government does not inform its citizens about the extent of risk of the Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool. Given the fact that collapse of this pool could potentially lead to catastrophic consequences with worldwide implications, what the Japanese government should be doing as a responsible member of the international community is to avoid any further disaster by mobilizing all the wisdom and the means available in order to stabilize this spent nuclear fuel. It is clearly evident that Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent nuclear fuel pool is no longer a Japanese issue but an international issue with potentially serious consequences. Therefore, it is imperative for the Japanese government and the international community to work together on this crisis before it becomes too late. We are appealing to the United Nations to help Japan and the planet in order to prevent the irreversible consequences of a catastrophe that could affect generations to come. We herewith make our urgent request to you as follows:


    • Brandon says:

      Well, all we can do is pray that reactor #4 never collapses. If it does it’s over for us. We’ll have to see how this correlates with Bible prophecy. Alvin, how could they do such a thing by building this thing in the ring of fire and threatening humanity? Three people have now said that if reactor 4 goes then move to the southern hemisphere!


      • People build under the presupposition that Earth’s violent geological past is either behind the Earth and or there will be plenty of warning as a precusor if events start to esclate- both of which are untrue.


    • radiogirl says:

      I can promise there are companies from around the world assisting.I don’t know more than that……..but yes they are receiving help me no one wants this to get worse.


  10. Emanni says:

    Japan is the only major economy operating without nuclear


  11. Oh, I was just being comical. You see, I get so many fear-mongerings comments a day which you guys never see. On another note: that’s good to hear you’ve taking a linking now to earth science. See Emanni comment, I think he has just posted some informaiton.

    thanks friend,



    • Brandon says:

      Brilliant and comical! LOL! What are some of the comments you receive? We can handle it. Also what do you think about Emanni’s comment about the worldwide threat from reactor four?


      • It’s not that you can’t handle it; it’s just why use bilboard space to display something mean and negative in the world especially if it’s something derogatory about someone you know nothing about.


    • Irene C says:

      I think another reason Alvin doesn’t post some of the “derogatory” comments is that we would pounce on them. We are family here. We may bicker among ourselves, but we don’t let anyone else come in and mess with family. 🙂


      • F

        That’s a wonderfully kind thing to say, Irene. I think that’s what people fail to understand. Everyone here is bright, warm, and kind. I couldn’t be more fortunate to have all of you in my life.

        much love,


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