Massive 6.2 Magnitude Earthquakes Has Hit Japan Coast Near Fukushima

2017 will probably be regarded as the year when the Earth experienced the most natural disasters. We say natural but it’s common knowledge that these ‘natural’ disasters are actually human caused. No doubt the role of climate change and the melting of the glaciers had a pivotal role in the recent bombardment of hurricanes.

2017 will probably be regarded as the year when the Earth experienced the most natural disasters. We say natural but it’s common knowledge that these ‘natural’ disasters are actually human caused. No doubt the role of climate change and the melting of the glaciers had a pivotal role in the recent bombardment of hurricanes.

Now, Japan has been hit with a strong earthquake that was just 200 miles from a nuclear power plant.

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This was the same nuclear power plant that caused a meltdown after the 2011 quake and tsunami in Japan.

When it all started!

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According to the U.S. Geological Survey, Japan felt a 6.1 magnitude earthquake around 1:37 a.m. local time just east of Fukushima.