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More raw footage 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami

Because the power of nature never ceases to amaze me … The actual 9.0 Japan 2011 Earthquake via live cams: 15 minutes of stomach crunching movements Liquefaction: earth moving and water starting to flow: And this is only the beginning. What happens after the 6 minute quake shows it’s damage Tsunami: The start at the […]


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Earthquakes in the past week: #1: Europe!

Normally I don’t compare that much when it comes to ‘our’ local earthquakes compared to the “rest of the world”. However, after yesterday’s M6.1 near Crete, Greece, I could not resist to quickly check. Maybe it’s because of the enormous numbers of aftershocks around Crete, but well, Europe is the absolute #1 today – even […]


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And the Darmstädter Erdbeben / earthquake swarm continues ..

Yesterday night, 15/03/2015 at around 04:08 we got struck by a M2.7 earthquake in Darmstadt, which I kindly enough received next morning via twitter as a reminder: @me_too ? https://t.co/9JiewoHZ0j — Stuart Reynolds (@shaldonangler) March 15, 2015 With the initial numbers, it looked like the epicenter was only 4km away: However, after correction the epicenter […]


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Another strong earthquake: We’re on the move?

Well, something had a good wobble about 2 hours ago. I first noticed it via the Darmstädter Seismograph image in my blogpost which showed the same around Wiesbaden. Then I checked the charts on the Icelandic Meteorological Office​ and they were showing the same bump. Finally figured out via USGS that it was an earthquake […]


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