7.4 Eartquake JAPAN with Tsunami Warning! April 7, 2011

Earthquake 7.4 Near the East Coast Of Honshu Japan

Officials say the quake was a 7.4-magnitude and hit 25 miles under the water and off the coast of Miyagi prefecture

The Japan meteorological agency has issued a tsunami warning for a wave of up to one meter.

The Epicenter 7.4 earthquake is not far from the Fukushima Nuclear Plants

Magnitude 7.4
Location 38.253°N, 141.640°E
Depth 49 km (30.4 miles)
Distances 66 km (41 miles) E of Sendai, Honshu, Japan
114 km (70 miles) E of Yamagata, Honshu, Japan
116 km (72 miles) ENE of Fukushima, Honshu, Japan
330 km (205 miles) NNE of TOKYO, Japan
Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 13.1 km (8.1 miles); depth +/- 7.2 km (4.5 miles)
Parameters NST=426, Nph=427, Dmin=358.4 km, Rmss=0.75 sec, Gp= 32°,
M-type=regional moment magnitude (Mw), Version=B

More details: earthquake-report.com


5 responses to “7.4 Eartquake JAPAN with Tsunami Warning! April 7, 2011

  1. Seeing the scarcity of bottled water esp. in some areas of Japan I have compiled a few “Survival tips: Out of bottled water? Drinking water contaminated? Here is what to do …”


  2. Everybody please take notice of what I have to say.

    Not every earthquake is going to generate a Tsunami coming from Japan. Here is what is happening.

    The Pacific Plate around Japan has become unstable and it has weakened. It is sliding under Japan of which the Eurasian Plate is on top.

    There has been a tremendous amount of activity of recent late taking place in Japan. The Pacific plate is moving at a Northwest/west direction.

    No matter how you slice the cake folks this kind of activity has been going on for millions of years and its not going to stop either just because you want it to stop.

    Should the big one happen >>>>IF IT HAPPENS AT ALL>>>>> Hawaii will get wiped out. Same will apply to all Islands around the pacific region, such as Guam, Taiwan, Philippines, even New Zealand is vulnerable.

    A wave of 500 feet or more is bound to happen sooner or later. Up to now we have not gotten it. Most will think well this wave is only 500 feet, etc, but its what is behind that wave is the big problem. Japan only had about a 9 foot wave if at most but look how far that wave traveled inward. The front of it looks somewhat daunting and kind of fearful. But behind that wall is all that water following it and it will take you out whether or not you might think you are safe. If Hawaii gets hit with this, it will go over the top of their volcano very easily and the city of Honolulu will end up somewhere out in the Pacific. If L.A., San Diego, or even San Fran or Seattle gets hit, that wave will bury the entire city all the way up to the Mountains east of the city.

    Alas but don’t panic yet. Wait until a asteroid hits the Pacific someplace and see what a small quarter mile diameter rock will do upon impact!!!! How about a mile and a half long wall of water being about 3,000 feet high sound to you, and if you are just 500 miles from impact, how will it feel when the winds of 3,000 mph hits you and a earthquake shattering rock and rolling of 11.0 or greater suit your needs??????

    Folks this is just a small asteroid being just a quarter mile diameter. There is plenty of these out there in space OK. This is nothing compared to what our Dinos experienced when a 25 mile diameter rock hit them which killed them all (guaranteed wiping out all the Dinos in America for sure as far out as 2,000 miles from impact point) or pretty much sealed their fate worldwide on top of several major volcanic eruptions happening at the same time (the Deccan Flats and the Siberian Flats).

    So what am I saying here. Lets not panic but at least be aware of whats going on both on the ground and in Space and pay attention even though it might sound trivial for most but it can also save your life. What has been happening is just a burp compared to what can happen when the big one hits.



  3. Has any explanation been given to the appearance of an incredible bright light that appears in the night sky horizon in the news footage during the latest Japan earthquake?


  4. Doozy of an aftershock…