Japan`s Tsunami Aftermath On The Roads [Pic]

Submitted by: hovalady411 5 years ago

I don"t think I"d feel too safe inches away from where the earth is opening up like a split watermelon.
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Male 6,694
You know you would have to spit.
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Male 25,416
goatse?
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Male 111
That`s not frightening. The earthquake that hit here years ago split a street that large trucks could fall into. The highway was shut down for a long time.
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Male 1,920
"Hey, guys, I see China!"

Thank you, Miss Teen South Carolina.
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Male 225
I saw on the news the japan earthquake shifted the earth`s axis by 10 centimeters. If such a minor shift resulted from such a huge disaster how can they say that a major shift would go unnoticed?
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Female 98
...Tsunami? EARTHQUAKE. EARTHQUAKE. IT WAS AN EARTHQUAKE.
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Female 108
Hey, guys, I see China!
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Male 2,402
@imlaramarie
Ding,ding, ding we have a winner! I`m glad somebody chooses to study vulcanology! You are now welcomed to the Big Isle because your so akamai.

Yes it`s not immenent. It maybe 10k more years. It may be next year depending on Pele`s mind. New research by the UHH and othe vulcanologists came out with new findings on the rift zone showing intimate chambers of interconnecting lava tubes (active) expanding and swelling more often than in the past. It will push apart the two sides of the island of about 900 sq miles. Eventually sliding into the ocean. Glad I didn`t buy a house in zone 2 or 1.
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Male 577
I was a kid in San Fransisco during that big earthquake in 1989, and we had a big crack in the road in front of our house. I remember my mom freaking out, because she thought I would fall in. lol She always freaked out during earthquakes.
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Male 2,748
Wow... I think that`d be cool to see.
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Male 1,237
How can you talk about something known as "The Great Crack" seriously for so long
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Female 154
@handy003

Rumor has it that The Great Crack is a result of the south flank of the Big Island moving away from the rest of the island. Speculation abounds that someday, perhaps soon, a major chunk of the island will break away and fall into the ocean, along with the resulting huge tsunami and earthquakes. This actually does happen every ten thousand years or so, so it is not outside the realm of possibility.

Sounds exciting, but this is only a rumor. Indeed, The Great Crack is not a fault that will break the island apart, but instead was created (probably thousands of years ago) as a result of the crust moving apart slightly due to magma forcing itself into the rift zones. The Great Crack has been measured and is tracked and there is no indication that it is enlarging in any way or that the island is shifting near this point. Furthermore, the walls of the crack have been shown to fit together perfectly, thus proving that the crack was a widening of once joined ground.
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Male 2,159
For a minute there I thought that was one of those pavement drawings that just looks like an opening chasm. Yikes...
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Male 2,619
Oh Herro cwack
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Male 559
@tango
I think it`s subliminal advertising
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Male 588
Dont drop your cellphone in there.
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Male 2,402
Here`s a crack in the earth for you.




When the whole side of the Big Island SW Rift Zone breaks off. We are all screwed along any and all Pacific Coast lines. Have a Nice day!
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Female 8
There`s a lot of Nike going on
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Male 56
Okay, so IAB doesn`t quite have their facts straight - all the same, regardless of depth or width of said fissures, it`s still a testament to the power earthquakes pack.
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Male 10,440
[quote] those cracks dont go down very far [/quote]

You`re right, they don`t.
They`re also not that wide. You might get your foot stuck in it if you`re a clumsy doofus, but you won`t fall into it.
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Male 158
Earthquake caused the fissures. Earthquakes cause tsunamis. Get a degree IAB.
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Male 2,096
Hey, I see Sarah Palin
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Male 7
what are they specting to see?
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Male 87
thats sand, not asphalt.
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Male 1,053
"those cracks dont go down very far"

If you look at the lower part of the photo, light doesnt even reach down the crack beyond the several feet already visible. Way beyond the road bed....
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Male 1,053
So the tsunami caused this?? How about the earthquake??
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Male 474
@greenbastard
Except for the massive cracks that swallowed buildings whole after the Anchorage quake right?
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Male 2,688
Its an illusion, just like all that street art IAB posts from time to time... There is no crack... just an elaborate piece of art to make you THINK there`s a crack...


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Male 541
I looked down a crack in my driveway and at the other end I could see those people looking into the one in the picture.
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Male 22
If you meant tentacles.....what tentacles?
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Male 2,376
those cracks dont go down very far.. usualy just the concrete on the street.. relax people nothing to see here. the earth doesn;t open up ok....... it moves and stuff breaks
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Male 820
I did mean tentacles. My bad, my bad.
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Female 1,435
@deno dont you mean tentacles
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Female 3,562
Anytime there`s major destruction there`s always some idiot who walks right up to the giant gaping earth hole to get a better look. I have a picture somewhere I shot of some idiot letting his 3 year old girl stand on top of a small piece of pavement that`s weak as hell just so he could take a picture.
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Male 153
Well I need to go help Japan. Time to buy anime!
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Male 820
Where are the testicles?
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Male 37,888

that`s a relatively minor example of the damage.


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Male 587
Is this a Nike commercial?

Just jump it......
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Female 1,356
it`s a movie scene...
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Female 1,262
Link: Japan`s Tsunami Aftermath On The Roads [Pic] [Rate Link] - I don`t think I`d feel too safe inches away from where the earth is opening up like a split watermelon.
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