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Changing the tone for a second here. This event is being thrown by friends of ours in LA. Come out and support quake victims if you’re in the area.
Open this link in Google Chrome (or through google translate) and you can check the radiation levels around Japan: http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/feature/nuclear2011/hibaku/hibaku12.htm?from=tw
“U.S. citizens in need of emergency assistance should send an e-mail to JapanEmergencyUSC@state.gov with detailed location and information.” Source: John Roos’ Twitter.
“I’d also like to point out that if it had been just the quake, even at a 9.0 – fifth largest in recorded history, they would have been able to deal with the situation at Fukushima. It’s the following tsunami … Continue reading
Aftershocks could continue for months. Update: Thanks for the information in the comments. 🙂
Hey there. Good news on a personal note; a buddy of mine living in northern Japan is OK, despite being in both the quake AND the subsequent tsunami. He’s now currently searching for decent food and whatnot. Social media can … Continue reading