Another earthquake off the coast of Japan.

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    Its nowhere on the news.

    At least not yet.
     
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    Recovery from quake, tsunami slow going...
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    Japan towns hit hardest by tsunami stuck in limbo
    Mon, Aug 08, 2011 - Gazing down on the gray, rubble-strewn valley, as a backhoe lifts twisted metal into one of hundreds of piles, Takako Abe clutches her walker and points to where her house once stood.
     
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    Would have thought the wave would have dissipated before then...
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    Japan Tsunami Broke Antarctic Ice Shelf
    Tue Aug 9, 2011 : Anyone who saw any of the footage of the devastation wreaked upon Japan by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami - as most of us have done - can have no doubt about the overwhelming power they contained and unleashed. Now researchers have found that the force of the tsunami was so great that it was able to break several pieces of ice, totaling more than twice the size of Manhattan, from an Antarctic ice shelf 8,000 miles from the quake's epicenter.

     

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