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Japan earthquake - March 2011

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by PIPA23, 12 March 2011.

  1. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
    I feel there is need for this thread here as many Japan editors or members are registered here..

    This earthquake is a massive tragedy..the pictures coming from Japan are unbeliveable..

    just want to say my prayers are with you guys ... stay strong even if it´s very hard...

    for those who are interested..look at this:http://totallycoolpix.com/2011/03/japan-hit-by-massive-earthquake-and-tsunami/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dm2Hr-1l1MM
    YouTube - Japan hit by Tsunami
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0R4mvC3s05o
    YouTube - Japan Earthquake March 11th 2011 Refinery Burns - Knobbyknife

    :PRAY: praying for you guys!
     
  2. audi2000

    audi2000 Copa América 2015

    26 August 2007
    From Santiago, Chile, to the World
    Newcastle & U de Chile
    here in Chile we're worried cause the ocean could provocate a tsunami by the massive energy wave, it could increase the sea level in 3 to 6 meters, I hope there is damage
     
  3. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
    yes there can be another tsunamis for indonesia, hawai, USA-Canada but also in south america :( guys we are with you...

    [​IMG]
     
  4. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
    :(
     
  5. audi2000

    audi2000 Copa América 2015

    26 August 2007
    From Santiago, Chile, to the World
    Newcastle & U de Chile
    no, no friend, on Konami's blog says everybdy are fine

    http://winningelevenblog.com/blog/konami-japan-ok/

    Here in Chile, each coast are evacuated, the last wave cold arrive to Punta Arenas at 17:00(GMT). Punta Arenas in in the south of Chile, near of Tierra del Fuego
     
  6. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Who wrote the original quote? if they were trying to be funny, its a bit sickening.
     
  7. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Yah I'm wondering the same!!
     
  8. Nick Cave

    Nick Cave Wrexham fan for my sins...

    10 July 2004
    Non football league waste land...
    Wrexham AFC
    Thoughts go out to anyone affected by this, mother nature can be devastating and we are still at her mercy for all our technology...
     
  9. jaygrim

    jaygrim TheAllSeeingEye

    26 July 2005
    Everywhere.
    Man Utd
    I'd be more worried about that nuclear reactor.
     
  10. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
    no it´s in pes7 thread...this was not mean to be funny at all..just wrong information..
     
  11. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One #helpmemeetgenie

    17 August 2007
    Lovely Estoril
    #geniearmy
    We have many Japanese friends in Evo-Web. Maybe they could use this space to inform us. I hope they're fine.
     
  12. gerd

    gerd Retired Footballer

    8 January 2002
    Over the moon
    KRC Genk, Spurs
    I feel sorry for the people in Japan.
    Courage people in Japan...this is a big tragedy.
     
  13. Jamezinho

    Jamezinho Golden Boot Winner

    10 June 2003
    Ipswich, England
    Ipswich Town F.C.
    My thoughts are with the people of Japan. Such a terrible tragedy.

    If there's one nation on earth that knows how to deal with an Earthquake quickly and efficiently it's Japan. I wish them all the best.
     
  14. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
    yes indeed, earthquake is one thing...but Japan has to deal mainly with massive tsunami that make most of the damage..

    i can´t even imagine how many people died...becouse from the pictures and videos..some of them didn´t have the chance to escape.. :(
     
  15. Jamezinho

    Jamezinho Golden Boot Winner

    10 June 2003
    Ipswich, England
    Ipswich Town F.C.
    Unfortunately there's little that can be done to protect against a Tsunami apart from plenty of warning and time to evacuate. The people along the coast in Japan didn't have that and I fear the death toll will be much, much higher over the coming days.
     
  16. Artem

    Artem International

    9 June 2010
    St. Petersburg
    Zenit SPb
    Keep the Japanese people, we pray for you... :PRAY:
     
  17. fox_90

    fox_90 Banned

    18 January 2011
    Lamia, Greece
    Madridista
    We pray for you people of Japan.
    May God be with you all.
     
  18. crayon

    crayon Yamato Gaijin

    23 October 2004
    Hokkaido Japan
    Liverpool FC
    hi guys - my family and I are fine although we have lots of friends in Sendai we are concerned for and I have been busy trying to track them. I am living in Hokkaido and have not even felt a tremor.

    The tv has been showing coverage on all channels 24 hrs a day.
     
  19. jaygrim

    jaygrim TheAllSeeingEye

    26 July 2005
    Everywhere.
    Man Utd
    That's mad.
     
  20. matherto

    matherto 12 Times

    13 October 2004
    St. Helens, Merseyside.
    Manchester United
    It's absolutely insane, like a massive Hollywood disaster film.

    Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected.
     
  21. Zombie

    Zombie International

    22 May 2007
    Izmir, Turkey
    Galatasaray SK
  22. Jamezinho

    Jamezinho Golden Boot Winner

    10 June 2003
    Ipswich, England
    Ipswich Town F.C.
    Good to hear mate. I hope all your friends are safe. The situation out there looks so terrible.

    Hokkaido is the north island, right? So you were fairly close to the epicentre and didn't feel a thing?
     
  23. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    That's quite impressive earthquake stabilising architecture - Tokyo was quite safe.

    Sadly, they're expecting well over 10,000 deaths in the Miyagi prefecture alone - :(
     
  24. Gab_

    Gab_ I agree

    6 April 2009
  25. fib91

    fib91 One-kit wonder

    29 December 2007
    Greece
    PAOK
    Oooh damn it,that's too sad to see and hear.What happened there is such a tragedy.Hundreds dead,and hundreds missing and could-be dead.I'm sooo sorry for what happened,even if I 'm not responsible at all.The whole world must be warned in order to stop such tragedies.I was so shocked to hear it.R.I.P. for all who died,courage to the others and let's all hope that it will stop and people there will recover quickly.
     
  26. Gab_

    Gab_ I agree

    6 April 2009
    Not much debate in the news about nuclear reactors versus other technology,like modern day coal facilities which only outputs water vapor. It's not like coal is the best way to go, but building nuclear reactors is just begging for trouble.
     
  27. PIPA23

    PIPA23 retired :) Staff

    21 June 2007
    England
    LFC
  28. Gaston

    Gaston Primera Division

    26 January 2010
    Argentina
    San Lorenzo
    The problem with coal is that, someday, we will run out of it. I guess japanese people figure out another way to get energy, but I don't think is wise to build 40 nuclear reactors in an earthquake area

    All my prayers go to Japan :PRAY:
     

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