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PAIN IS TEMPORARY PRIDE IS FOREVER. Rosebud, Dublin (EIRE) – Year 9. Breaking News

Come ti domo la Natura – GIAPPONE : da oltre 140000 morti nel 1923 per un terremoto di Scala Richter 8.3 a zero morti nel 2006, stessa magnitudine… And more.

Uno stupido che cammina va più lontano di dieci intellettuali seduti (Jacques Séguéla)

Il giornalista è stimolato dalla scadenza. Scrive peggio se ha tempo. (Karl Kraus)

japan5Terra sismica per eccellenza, il Giappone ha pagato un caro prezzo, durante tutta la sua storia, a causa dei terremoti che “flagellano” le sue isole con una tale frequenza da essere ormai diventati parte… dell’arredamento. Poi, dopo il terribile cataclisma che nel 1923 procurò la morte di oltre 120000 persone, il governo disse basta… Iniziò subito una sostanziale opera di prevenzione, educazione e formazione che ha interessato a ogni livello tutta la nazione… e i cui risultati sono visibili nella tabella tratta da Wikipedia in English e riportata qui in calce. Basta infatti comparare le decine di migliaia di morti che usavano essere contati nei secoli scorsi… alle poche vittime degli ultimi cento anni…. per capire come l’essere umano possa fare una differenza anche quando si tratta di “domare” la Natura, oltre le scuse accampate dai professionisti del non-commitment.

Un esempio dunque per le pessime politiche italiche in materia, culminate solo ieri con il crollo di una scuola elementare ricostruita con “criteri antisismici”, almeno a detta di quei tecnici. solo pochi anni fa.

Meditare gente, meditare!

(tabella in calce)

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Data Magnitudine Vittime Nome
November 29, 684 8.4MK 101–1000 Hakuhou Nankai earthquake
November 26, 684
June 5, 745(G) 7.9 MK occurred atMinoh
June 1, 745(J)
July 13, 869(G) 8.9 MK 1,000+[4] 869 Jogan Sanriku earthquake
July 9, 869(J)
May 27, 1293(G) 7.3 23,024[6] 1293 Kamakura earthquake
May 20, 1293(J)
August 3, 1361(G) 8.3 M Shōhei earthquake
July 26, 1361(J)
September 20, 1498(G) 8.6 MK 31,000[12] 1498 Meiō Nankaidō earthquake
September 11, 1498(J)
January 18, 1586 7.9 MK Tensho or Ise Bay earthquake
February 3, 1605 7.9 MK 5,000+[16] 1605 Keichō Nankaidō earthquake
September 27, 1611 6.9 MK 3,700+ (Official estimate) 1611 Aizu earthquake
December 2, 1611 8.1 2,000+ 1611 Keicho Sanriku earthquake
December 31, 1703 8.0 ML 5,233 1703 Genroku earthquake
October 28, 1707 8.6 ML 5,000+ 1707 Hōei earthquake
April 24, 1771 7.4 MK 13,486[20] 1771 Great Yaeyama Tsunami
December 18, 1828 6.9 MK 1,559 (official confirmed) 1828 Echigo Sanjō earthquake
May 8, 1847 7.3 M 8,600+ 1847 Zenkōji earthquake
July 9, 1854 7.25 ‘MK 995 (official confirmed) 1854 Iga Ueno earthquake
December 23, 1854 8.4 MK 2,000 (estimated)[22] 1854 Ansei-Tōkai earthquake
December 24, 1854 8.4 MK 10,000+ Ansei-Nankai earthquake
November 11, 1855 6.9 MK 6,641 Ansei Edo earthquake
April 9, 1858 7 200–300 Hietsu earthquake
March 18, 1872 7.1 MK 551 (official confirmed) 1872 Hamada earthquake
July 28, 1889 6.3 20 1889 Kumamoto earthquake
October 28, 1891 8.0 ML 7,273 1891 Mino–Owari earthquake
June 20, 1894 6.6 ML 31 Meiji Tokyo earthquake
October 22, 1894 7.0 ML 726 (Official confirmed) 1894 Shōkai earthquake
June 15, 1896 8.5 ML 22,000+[27] Meiji-Sanriku earthquake
September 1, 1923 8.3 ML 142,800[30] 1923 Great Kantō earthquake
May 23, 1925 6.8 ML 428 1925 Kita Tajima earthquake
March 7, 1927 7.6 ML 3,020 1927 Kita Tango earthquake
November 26, 1930 7.3 Ms 272 1930 North Izu earthquake
March 2, 1933 8.4 Mw[34] 3,000+ 1933 Sanriku earthquake
November 3, 1936 7.2 Ms 1936 Miyagi earthquake
September 10, 1943 7.2 ML 1,083 1943 Tottori earthquake
December 7, 1944 8.1 Mw 1,223 1944 Tōnankai earthquake
January 13, 1945 6.8 ML 1180 + 1126 missing 1945 Mikawa earthquake
December 20, 1946 8.1 Mw 1,362 1946 Nankaidō earthquake
June 28, 1948 7.1 Mw 3,769 1948 Fukui earthquake
March 4, 1952 8.1 Mw 28 1952 Hokkaido earthquake
June 16, 1964 7.6 Mw 26 1964 Niigata earthquake
April 1, 1968 7.5 Mw 1968 Hyūga-nada earthquake
May 16, 1968 8.2 Mw 52 1968 Tokachi earthquake
May 9, 1974 6.5 Ms 25 1974 Izu Peninsula earthquake
June 12, 1978 7.7 Ms 28 1978 Miyagi earthquake
May 26, 1983 7.8 Ms 104 1983 Sea of Japan earthquake
September 14, 1984 6.3 Ms 29 1984 Otaki earthquake
July 12, 1993 7.7 Mw 202 1993 Hokkaidō earthquake
December 28, 1994 7.7 Mw 3 1994 offshore Sanriku earthquake
May 4, 1998 7.5 Mw 0 1998 Ryukyu Islands earthquake
March 24, 2001 6.7 Mw 2 2001 Geiyo earthquake
September 25, 2003 8.3 Mw 1 2003 Hokkaidō earthquake
October 23, 2004 6.9 Mw 40 2004 Chūetsu earthquake
March 20, 2005 7.0 Mw 1 2005 Fukuoka earthquake
August 16, 2005 7.2 Mw 0 2005 Miyagi earthquake
November 15, 2006 8.3 Mw 0 2006 Kuril Islands earthquake
January 13, 2007 8.1 Mw 0 2007 Kuril Islands earthquake
March 25, 2007 6.9 Mw 1 2007 Noto earthquake
July 16, 2007 6.6 Mw 11 2007 Chūetsu offshore earthquake
June 14, 2008 6.9 Mw 12 2008 Iwate–Miyagi Nairiku earthquake
August 9, 2009 7.0 Mw 0 2009 Izu Islands earthquake
August 11, 2009 6.6 Mw 1 2009 Shizuoka earthquake
February 26, 2010 7.0 Mw 1 Ryūkyū Islands earthquake
December 21, 2010 7.4 Mw 0 Bonin Islands earthquake
March 9, 2011 7.2 Mw 2011 Tōhoku earthquakeforeshock
March 11, 2011 9.0 Mw 15,894 deaths,[68]confirmed. 2011 Tōhoku earthquake
March 11, 2011 7.1 Mw 2011 Tōhoku earthquakeaftershock
April 7, 2011 7.1 Mw 4 2011 Miyagi earthquakeaftershock
April 11, 2011 7.1 Mw 6 2011 Fukushima earthquakeaftershock
July 10, 2011 7.0 Mw 0 2011 Fukushima earthquakeaftershock
January 1, 2012 6.8 Mw 0 Izu Islands, Japan
December 7, 2012 7.3 Mw 3 2012 Kamaishi earthquake
May 30, 2015 7.8 Mw 0 Bonin Islands
April 14, 2016 6.2 Mw 9 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes
April 16, 2016 7.0 Mw 35 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes

 

 

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