Giant fissure in the ocean floor offcoast eastern Japan could cause flooding of the Japanese islands


After the devastating earthquake off the coast of Japan a gigantic vent of hundreds of kilometers long was formed on the ocean floor. According to geologists, this phenomenon could lead to powerful tremors in the Tokyo area.

According to the calculations of one of the NASA laboratories, the disaster in the Land of the Rising Sun was accompanied by changes in the structure of tectonic plates. One of them shifted by about nine meters, giving rise to a huge collapse in the Japanese coast. American scientists have found that it reaches a length of 380 kilometers and the width - 190 km.

Geologists from the U.S. indicated that as a result this increased pressure on nearby segments of the tectonic plates. This increases the threat of earthquakes in the Tokyo area. Note that Japanese capital is on the unique place that converge multiple fault lines. It was recalled that this particular phenomenon has caused a devastating earthquake in the middle of the XIX century, killing seven thousand people. Scientists said today the power of new aftershocks will reach magnitude 7.5.

According to observations of the researchers, these events were observed in recent years. For example, in 2004 there was the strongest earthquake, which was accompanied by a powerful tsunami that struck many Asian countries. And three months after this was recorded a new tremor of force over eight and a half points in the sparsely populated island of Nias.

Specialists also noticed that as a result of recent earthquake the height above the sea of ​​the north-eastern lands of Japan has decreased. Because of this the coastal areas are now in danger of flooding, strong tides, which are now distributed on a much larger space than before. According to researchers in the past of Japan has repeatedly been subjected to the devastating tsunami, as evidenced by sand deposits in different areas.

Aggravates the situation the fact that Japan has become a somewhat lower relative to sea level, and that sooner or later lead to flooding.


 "The quake moved portions of northeast Japan by as much as 2.4 meters (7.9 ft) closer to North America, making portions of Japan's landmass "wider than before," according to geophysicist Ross Stein. Portions of Japan closest to the epicenter experienced the largest shifts. Stein also noted that a 400-kilometer (250 mi) stretch of coastline dropped vertically by 0.6 m (2.0 ft), allowing the tsunami to travel farther and faster onto land. The Pacific plate itself may have moved westwards by up to 20 m (66 ft), though the actual displacement will have diminished with greater distance from the site of the fault. Other estimates put the amount of slippage at as much as 40 m (130 ft), covering an area some 300 to 400 km (190 to 250 mi) long by 100 km (62 mi) wide."


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Comment by Katnea B. on April 3, 2011 at 9:12pm

Oh wow!  I just now watched the video about the dangers of radiation. God Bless Dr. Helen Caldicott for revealing the truth!  All I could do was shake my head while watching the video.  I have not forgotten the news report last November 2010 about radiation in the Houston drinking water!  Below is some of the information from the report.  I have included the full story link as well.

One particular type of radiation that popped up again and again in water provided by utilities all across Texas, was something called alpha radiation, which public health scientists say can be particularly problematic when consumed.   <----ya think!?!

“The alpha particle -- this is the 800-pound gorilla of radioactive particles,” said Dr. David Ozonoff, an environmental health professor and chair emeritus of the Boston University School of Public Health.

The “zero-threshold” allowance for radionuclides, from a health-based standard, is one reason why the EPA set the drinking water federal health goal, called the MCLG (Maximum Contaminant Limit Goal), at zero for all forms of ionizing radiation. Other potential contaminants in drinking water such as copper, selenium, barium, chlorine residuals, trihalomethanes, and many others that are not radioactive elements, all have goals set above zero.

For instance, in all four tests performed in the last two quarters of 2009 and the first two quarters of 2010, the Suburban Mobile Home Park 2 had so much radium in its water it surpassed the federal “legal” limit for combined radium by 200 percent.

In the water system’s last six tests for alpha, performed in 2009 and 2010, it more than doubled the legal limit for that type of radiation as well. The federal legal limit is set at 15 picocuries (a measurement for radiation), and the water system measured between 33 and 43 picocuries in all six of its most recent tests. In addition, the Suburban Mobile Home Park 2 exceeded the federal legal limit for uranium in eight of its last 10 tests.

The only two test results that did not exceed the legal limit for uranium include one where the result equaled the legal limit and another where it fell one microgram below the legal limit.

All of these recent readings came after the TCEQ put the Suburban Mobile Home Park on a “compliance agreement” dated July 27, 2007. The TCEQ, the agency charged with enforcing federal safe-water drinking regulations in Texas, has continued to allow the radioactive water to flow.

When KHOU asked TCEQ why it had not taken any further enforcement action in all this time, TCEQ spokesperson Terry Clawson released a statement from the agency saying:

The TCEQ placed the Suburban Mobile Home Park on a Compliance Agreement which began on July 23, 2007 and ended on July 23, 2010. The TCEQ is awaiting monitoring results to evaluate the system’s compliance performance status to determine further action.”

KHOU also obtained a database of every enforcement action TCEQ has taken over the last six years and noted no actions had been taken against Harris County MUD #105. However, seven days after TCEQ released its database of enforcement actions to KHOU, the agency then entered into a compliance agreement with MUD 105, but has not fined the utility.

Information such as this story...makes me want to hurl!   I know that Houston is NOT the only city with high levels of radiation flowing into the drinking water. The greedy powers-that-be have sold their souls!  They are going to reincarnate as a Cockroach if they are lucky!  Phifft!  Seriously though...I hope they have packed an extra 'fang' toothbrush for a one-way ticket to the 'La-Prison' Planet!  TaTa!

::::watches the evil leave the planet::::      STO souls hug each other and rejoice in the oppression that has been lifted!  Ahhhhhhhh   = )

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on April 3, 2011 at 7:32pm
Re: a geiger meter to know if the air is radioactive, this was discussed on Surviving the Poleshift over a year ago and someone mentioned a childrens toy, the glow in the dark sword.   Cut the pieces in inch pieces cover them with dark material and keep them in a box so there is no light permeating.  When checking an area for radiation take a piece out and it will immediately glow brightly.  Of course you can't check the amount of radiation but you'd know it was there.  I guess it's better to start eating miso soup and seaweed as a regular meal plan to be cautious.
Comment by Andrew Veresay on April 3, 2011 at 11:01am

Japanese cities wiped out by tsunami thinking about not rebuilding

Japan: Post-tsunami, town wonders if to rebuild

As post-tsunami Japan turns to the enormous task of putting towns like this back together again, the sheer extent of the devastation wrought March 11 raises existential questions: Should the dozens of shattered communities along these shores be rebuilt at all? Can they be, when up to half their inhabitants are gone and survivors know it could happen again?

“The future is not bright,” Jin Sato, the 56-year-old mayor of Minamisanriku, says matter-of-factly.

The statistics for this town alone are grim. Of the 17,666 people who once lived here, at least 322 have been confirmed dead and thousands more have disappeared – still buried in the ruins or sucked out to sea. Another 9,325 lost their homes and live in 45 shelters, mostly schools, spread on hills along the bay.

The tsunami swept away nearly every business, every job. There is no electricity or running water, and very little fuel. Some 70 percent of Minamisanriku’s 5,574 houses were destroyed.

Comment by Ocean Rider on April 3, 2011 at 10:51am

Wow, thank you Andrew!


Disclosure.... I agree with Lothar and with Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott  when on March 30, 2011 she said:

HELEN CALDICOTT: … Up to a million people have already died from Chernobyl, and people will continue to die from cancer for virtually the rest of time. What we should know is that a millionth of a gram of plutonium, or less, can induce cancer, or will induce cancer. Each reactor has 250 kilos, or 500 pounds, of plutonium in it. You know, there’s enough plutonium in these reactors to kill everyone on earth.

Now, what George doesn’t understand… You don’t understand internal emitters. I was commissioned to write an article for the New England Journal of Medicine about the dangers of nuclear power. I spent a year researching it. You’ve bought the propaganda from the nuclear industry. They say it’s low-level radiation. That’s absolute rubbish. If you inhale a millionth of a gram of plutonium, the surrounding cells receive a very, very high dose. Most die within that area, because it’s an alpha emitter. The cells on the periphery remain viable. They mutate, and the regulatory genes are damaged. Years later, that person develops cancer. Now, that’s true for radioactive iodine, that goes to the thyroid; cesium-137, that goes to the brain and muscles; strontium-90 goes to bone, causing bone cancer and leukemia. It’s imperative, George, because you’re highly intelligent and a very important commentator, that you understand internal emitters and radiation, and it’s not low level to the cells that are exposed. Radiobiology is imperative to understand these days. …

As it leaks into the water over time, it will bioconcentrate in the food chains, in the breast milk, in the fetuses, that are thousands of times more radiosensitive than adults. One x-ray to the pregnant abdomen doubles the incidence of leukemia in the child. And over time, nuclear waste will induce epidemics of cancer, leukemia and genetic disease, and random compulsory genetic engineering. And we’re not the only species with genes, of course. It’s plants and animals. So, this is an absolute catastrophe, the likes of which the world has never seen before. …

I’m a physician, highly trained. I was on the faculty at Harvard Medical School. My specialty is cystic fibrosis, the most common genetic disease of childhood. …

[I]t’s imperative that people understand that internal emitters cause cancer, but the incubation time for cancer is any time from two to 60 years. …

Comment by Andrew Veresay on April 3, 2011 at 9:46am


"Love may have a blooming going into the shift, as it ought, those with great love in their hearts responding to the realization that little else matters" - ZetaTalk


Comment by Ocean Rider on April 3, 2011 at 9:36am


I didn't say we should stop living, it is the opposite! Now is the time to do and be the things we always had in our hearts.  What I am trying to say is that I think  the power plants in Japan are giving us the truth about power plants dangers. And even if we are on the other side or the world, actually it can go around the world there's nothing we can do. It is contaminating the soil, the water and the air we breath.... it is NOT just for the people that are right next to it, or just going by.


Just near the New Madrid fault there are 15 power plants!!!  I have been following, talking  and getting "ready" for the past 10 years. "The awakening"...... Anyway.... it looks to me there is still a lot of denial. Of all that is showing here through the Zetas, it sounds like it will be like Atlantis and other civilizations. How can we survive all the pole shift?? Devastation by HUGE earthquakes, tsunamis, radiation (this is HUGE we can not even SEE it),  ashes, contamination from PS...  do I have to go on??? 

I think I am going to change gears and focus on Loving! Sending Loving thoughts to the water, to the soil, to the air.. to the whole Planet, Mother Earth and everyone in it, including you! ;0)

Comment by Derrick Johnson on April 3, 2011 at 8:13am

The situation in Japan shouldn’t be a reason not to prepare for the pole shift or to continue living your life. If you want to do something you can always write your representatives and tell them how you feel about nuclear power plants and if you have any near by see if you can get them shut down.

During the pole shift the winds disburse the nuclear pollution in the air so you don’t have to worry about fallout but you should know where nuclear plants and waste storage areas are located and stay as far away as possible.

Here is Zeta Talk about that

“Where the hurricane winds during the pole shift will effectively disburse any nuclear pollution thrown into the air to such a degree that there is essentially no ground zero from fallout, the radiation poisoning on the ground is another matter. For those who might be traveling through areas where nuclear installations existed, it would be wise to have a Geiger counter on hand as a guide. Radiation can damage even those just casually walking through.”

In this ZetaTalk for Washington State that says to give yourself a 100mile buffer around nuclear reservations.

Comment by Ocean Rider on April 3, 2011 at 6:29am


The radiation is also  hugely important. And we are getting it bad! I am in Phoenix Oregon, and I can fell it. Headaches, exhaustion, heart burn, pains in my body and coughing. My partner that chooses to be in denial he even asked me to drive, he was not "grounded"!

My feeling is that "You can run but you can not hide". Can air purifiers work to clean the air of radiation?? Does the Zetas know how far does the devastation of the radiation goes??? and what can we do?? And if it is going to get worse or a lot worse?? If you see the videos it is scary! The food is contaminated, the air is contaminated! I was going to dehydrate some food, I am not anymore! Is it even worth it to get ready???

Blessings many blessings to the Japanese people!

Comment by SerenitysLove on April 3, 2011 at 5:29am
Hello Amrah, How have you been my friend? I believe the 20,000 ft drop off you asked about is the depth of the ocean trench just off the coast of Japan. He was saying the island was sliding down into that ocean trench. Papa's Love be with you always.
Comment by Katerina Davies Haladova on April 3, 2011 at 12:58am
Thinking more and  more of all those  poor Japanese people.  Can they have a message cross soon enough? Would even take some young fam. here/ location/ for some term holiday. Can we do something to help them? :-(

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