#8, Kashima in Minamisoma. Just...wow.
A lake where a lot of farmland used to be...
This is a discussion on Japan, Amazing Aerial Photos, Before & After The Quake And Tsunami! within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Incredible shots..................... ABC News - Japan Earthquake: before and after Use your mouse to hover over the pictures to see before and after....
ABC News - Japan Earthquake: before and after
Use your mouse to hover over the pictures to see before and after.
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What a total, long-term disaster...speechless...
The last Blood Moon Tetrad for this millennium starts in April 2014 and ends in September 2015...according to NASA.
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And I would say that the after picture of the nuclear power plant is now no longer accurate as that is the plant that has had several explosions and is int he process of a meltdown in at least one reactor.
Reminds me of the before and after pictures after hurricane Katrina.
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Katrina was nothing compared to this.
Here is a lower level photo taken by a US Navy Helicopter helping out in the rescue efforts in Sendai:
Wow, there's going to be allot more than the 10,000 dead that they are reporting now.
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I have been watching the coverage on CNN as much as I can. They have a reporter attached to Virgina Task Force 1 Urban Search & Rescue team while they are deployed as part of USAID.
Don't do things you don't want to explain to the Paramedics!
Stupidity should be painful.
One official even recently stated that there have been ZERO reports of looting in any of the cities. Nothing. Nada. That is so incredible.
Here so many are in very desperate shape, and no matter what, they will not steal from their fellow citizens. Instead, people are generously helping others.
Japan is a very homogeneous society, though, with a culture of respect and duty that has been developed for thousands of years.