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From: YagisuJun-7 4:58 PM 
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In the shorter term, the government has estimated a quake could cause ¥220 trillion in economic damage.


Nankai Trough megaquake could cause ¥1,410 trillion damage to Japan and dent economy for 20 years: report

KYODO JUN 7, 2018

A massive earthquake predicted to occur in Japan within the next 30 years could cause ¥1,410 trillion ($12.8 trillion) in damage to the economy, much more than a government estimate, a construction industry body said Thursday.

The estimate is based on an analysis of a magnitude 8 to 9 quake, followed by tsunami, along the Nankai Trough that extends southwest from the Pacific coast of central Japan.

 

The damage would include ¥1,240 trillion resulting from a prolonged slowdown in economic activity due to destroyed infrastructure, in addition to ¥170 trillion in initial damage to buildings, factories and personal properties, the Japan Society of Civil Engineers said in a report.

The long-term estimate, the first of its kind for a Nankai Trough earthquake, is based on the assumption that it would take 20 years for the economy to recover after the disaster.

japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/06/07/

 

 
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From: misspig9yJun-8 9:36 AM 
To: Yagisu  (2 of 9) 
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You can be sure that everyone around the world would like to help out,

as long as you still can create those tiny, very small family, electric, flying cars...

what is it called - MITSUBISHI??

 

  • Edited June 8, 2018 9:36 am  by  misspig9y
 

 
From: B0BBI3Jun-10 4:04 PM 
To: Yagisu  (3 of 9) 
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According to a survey released by the internal affairs ministry in March, nearly 30 percent of the nation’s municipalities had not completed seismic reinforcement work on their main buildings as of the end of 2017

 

I don't think people think much about it, but of course it's brilliant to plan ahead.

 

 

 
From: ObezlixJun-12 2:33 PM 
To: Yagisu  (4 of 9) 
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We would live anywhere, at any cost as long as people around you are contributing to happiness.

        thumbsup

 

 
From: Guard101Jun-16 1:36 PM 
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ALMOST an accurate studies with explanation

2/04/2018 -- Global Earthquake Forecast

-- Japan, California, Afghanistan -- New round of activity

VIDEO dutchsinse Published on 4 Feb 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0GDnBbcCN4
Southern California Slow Slip article + Studies :

            worried

 

 
From: SeaguilJun-18 9:40 AM 
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Dozens of domestic flights in and out of Osaka were grounded, while train and subway service in the Osaka area including the bullet train were suspended to check for damage.

Passengers exited trains on the tracks between stations.

The magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck shortly after 8 a.m. north of Osaka at a depth of about 13 kilometers (8 miles), the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The strongest shaking was north of Osaka, but the quake rattled large parts of western Japan, including Kyoto.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4279680/japan-osaka-earthquake/

 

 

 

 
From: SeaguilJun-18 9:42 AM 
To: Yagisu  (7 of 9) 
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Powerful quake shakes Osaka, Japan:

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook Osaka, Japan’s second-biggest metropolis, early on Monday morning, killing three people, halting factory lines in a key industrial area and bursting water mains, government officials and broadcaster NHK said.

No tsunami warning was issued. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said authorities were assessing damage and that its top priority was the safety of residents. The epicenter of the earthquake was just north of Osaka city, said the Japan Meteorological Agency, which originally put the magnitude at 5.9 but later raised it to 6.1.

The quake struck an important industrial area of central Japan. Osaka-based Panasonic said it was halting production at two of its plants – one that produces lighting devices and another for projectors.(Reuters)

Powerful quake shakes Osaka, Japan
Yahoo News Photo Staff June 18, 2018

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www.yahoo.com/news/powerful-quake-shakes-osaka-japan-slideshow-wp-111833813.html

 

 

 
From: funikiJun-18 1:26 PM 
To: Yagisu  (8 of 9) 
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When you post this earlier weeks ago - the prediction was suspected

 

 

 
From: MiyukoJun-18 4:06 PM 
To: Yagisu  (9 of 9) 
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So sorry - I feel sad for Japan, and I'm glad we don't live there. confounded

 

 

 

 

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