Maddyson has posted since i believe... dunno about the other poster you mentioned.
Don S Davis 1942-2008
The seismic warning through TV, radio, and internet has been ringing all the day. While we're getting used to it, the announcement like "15 seconds to impact.. brace yourself and stay safe" still sounds surreal.
Warning on TV:
The radiation level for Japan has rising to 7. same as chynobol(sp)
stay safe sora and family!!
M5.7 tremor at midday in Chile... It lasted about 3 minutes ?
But no damage and no one got hurt
was talking to a guy whose japanese at walmart telling him how sad it was he agreed.. he was impressed i knew some japanese that was may late ex-wifes first language, was helping him to find at killer i asked are you japanese he said yes
we decepticons now face our darkest hour:megatron from transformers prime
When i Transform i release rockets with nanobot-viruses that destroys you from within... the fuel inside you will turn into acid, metal will melt instantly...
I'm a decepticon and my name is _____ All Hail Megatron!
Heard that a huge tornado hit several states in the U.S.. My thoughts and prayers are with victims and affected people.
A little bit of an update...
An aerial view around Tuscaloosa,Al.President Obama and the first lady will travel to the South this morning, responding to the violent storms that have left more than 300 people dead across six states this week.
Obama will visit the hardest hit state, Alabama, where at least 210 people were killed.
Elsewhere in the region, Mississippi reported 32 fatalities, Tennessee had 34, Georgia with at least 15, Virginia had five and Arkansas with 13, authorities said.
a look at the tornado in Tuscaloosa...
BTW,2 weeks ago while i was in Tuscaloosa...there was a tornado.
Yet it wasn't as strong as this one was.
To give you an idea of how big this one was ,here is a vid of it behind Bryant Denny Football stadium.
And how is Japan recovery by now? Does anyone know how are things right now.
As usual, after a while, the media stops talking about it... Although I was checking here very often for news.
- Death toll: 14,728
- Missing: 10,808
- Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant situation has yet to be fully under control.
- Still many evacuees are in shelters. It takes a long time to remove all debris in devastated towns, particularly in the vicinity of Nuclear power plant.
- Another nuclear power plant in central Japan is to be shut down due to the near-future risk of major quakes and tsunamis (according to experts, there's a 86% probability of 8+ magnitude quakes hitting Japan in the next 30 years).
About electricity, do they intend to shutdown all nuclear power plants across the country?
Is there an alternative source already in place (eg. solar panels or turbines)?
Si vis pacem para bellum...