Major Earthquake Prediction Rattles Tokyo Media

The latest report that Tokyo is doomed to be hit by a major earthquake in the relative near future has interesting effects on the people there and what remains of a ‘government’: denial, laxity and fatalism.  California is in the same boat and is reacting the same way to a similar fate.  Only this is greeted with denial, laxity and drunken optimism.  Also, Tokyo has to deal with another inevitable event: one of the several volcanoes that surround that major city will erupt and the only question is, which day exactly and how deadly the eruption.

 

The culture of Japan is suffused with a sense of impending doom and fatalism.  The defiant challenges to the very gods of the earth, water and sky is the flip side of Japanese culture.  One could say, they vacillate between the two extreme poles.  It is definite that Japan today has flipped to the fatalism pole.  And switching from this is increasingly difficult.  One of the most dangerous legacies of a dying population which is increasingly elderly and anti-child is fatalism: if most are facing the Gates of Death rather than the sun rising in the East, paralysis and inability to escape danger rises with the age differentials.

 

The entire system there is being reset so that it cannot effect even the smallest changes.  True, they shut down, temporarily, most of the nuclear power plants after Fukushima but this is temporary: all will probably be restarted since they are needed and the price of other fuels that have to be imported, will force this.  But in general, there are zero measures to bring up the birthrate or to provide jobs for Japanese fathers wishing to start families.

 

And yes, the involvement of fathers is most important.  We see in the West that the model of having the State pay for and provide for children of unmarried women is a total failure since this tends to produce males that are too dysfunctional for use even in the military, much less, the remaining job markets.  Removal of the ‘heavy industrial’  jobs from males leads to despair and fatalism and this is expressed as crime, alcoholism and family abuse.

 

First, the inevitable earthquake: Anxiety and inattention over Tokyo’s next Big One – The Mainichi Daily News

 

An initial report on the likelihood of a major quake appeared in The Yomiuri Shimbun’s Jan. 23 morning editions. In a front-page exclusive, the daily reported the news with the banner headline: “70% chance of magnitude-7 level Tokyo earthquake within 4 yrs.” The Nikkei, The Tokyo Shimbun and the Mainichi Shimbun followed suit in their evening editions and The Asahi Shimbun and The Sankei Shimbun caught up with them in their Jan. 24 editions. All trailing dailies had almost identical headlines.

 

TV stations quickly reported the news through their news departments as well as in other programs. Overwhelmed by a barrage of reports by news organizations, the ERI published a special explanation online to account for the reasons behind the Yomiuri report.

 

Adding a twist to the saga was the fact that the ERI’s study team had reported its predictions at an open forum last fall, and they were covered by the mass media. Looking back, the Mainichi Shimbun reported in its Sept. 17, 2011 editions that there was a 98 percent chance of a magnitude 7-level earthquake striking the metropolitan region within 30 years.

 

According to Hirata, a 98 percent chance within 30 years and a 70 percent chance within four years mean the same thing. But human beings, as they are, take the 30-year span lightly and are surprised by the four-year timeline. The Yomiuri keenly restructured the publicized data and emphasized the period “within four years,” causing a big public reaction and forcing other news outlets to follow suit.

 

This island is home to some major, major dragons we should all dread: the Earthquake Dragon, the Volcano Dragon and the Tsunami Dragon.  They snooze happily for generations and then, with little warning, suddenly erupt in rage and slay many thousands of people and destroy everything puny humans erect.  This is true in other places: Indonesia, for example and the Mediterranean cultures where there are volcanoes and tsunamis, too, not to mention earthquakes (Italy, Greece and Turkey as well as the islands in between).

 

What amuses me is that people are relaxed when told, a deadly earthquake or eruption will definitely happen in the next 30 years.  As Scarlett O’Hara loved to say in Gone With the Wind, ‘Tomorrow is another day!’  Many in Tokyo, despite seeing 9.0+quakes hit Chile, Indonesia and eastern Japan, imagine that this could or would happen to them.  Just as the foolish builders of nuclear power plants in the US and Japan ignored 7.5+ quakes in these places, people like to imagine future quakes will be manageable rather than giant eruptions of Dragon might like we have seen several times this decade!

 

True, the AVERAGE quake in California, Mississippi valley or Tokyo MAY be only 7.0 but we know that is easily can be much, much worse!  And this is why people need to know this information: learning it the hard way is OK if one wishes for a Darwinian solution to ‘The Meaning of Life’ but dying this way is very unhappy and putting nuclear power plants in the path of this sort of destruction is insane.

 

The US, certainly, knows that ALL nuclear power plants within a 1,000+mile radius of the junction of the Mississippi River and the Missouri River and the Ohio River is insane.  We KNOW for CERTAIN that the chances of another 9.0+ event there is overwhelming and all we don’t know is, the exact date.  Yet, paralysis reigns here just like in Japan.

 

At the outset of a news conference on Jan. 27, Tokyo Gov. Ishihara mentioned disaster-prevention steps, believing there would be questions about the University of Tokyo’s predictions. However, none of the questions related to the earthquake predictions. His 30-minute news conference solely covered questions about the new political party under consideration. The shocking reports about a 70 percent chance of an earthquake hitting the metropolitan area within four years didn’t appear to make a dent at all at the news conference.

 

Just like here, reporters can ignore reality.  The politicians ignore reality.  Between them, they can paper over nearly everything except…reality.  Ishihara expected questions, got none so he let sleeping Dragons lie.  This is how the US media and the Pentagon cover issues of US diplomacy leading to war.  Passive in the extreme when talking about preventing wars, they love to talk about who to whack, next.  And neither they nor the politicians talk about how to pay for these wars.  Ever.  And are not asked by the press or is it debated (the need to suppress Ron Paul was of top priority for all parties this year!).

 

Here is an earthquake map for the region around Tokyo showing the lower level tremors last week:  地震情報 – 2012年1月28日 7時39分 – 日本気象協会 tenki.jp

This map was made early in the day.  Lots of 4.0 quakes right next to Tokyo centered on one of the volcanoes there.

It got much worse Just a few minutes later in the day.  Here is a map I made showing some of the Dragons that snooze maw to claw right next to metropolitan Tokyo.  Most of Japan lives here, the outer edges of Japan are being very rapidly depopulated with the East Coast nearly deserted at this point on Honshu Island, the main island.

Here is a graph showing the complex geology of Mt. Fuji:

Fuji GeologyCross section showing structure of Fuji Volcano (by Miyaji et al., 1992; modified from Tsuya, 1968)

Older Fuji Volcano started its activity 80 ka and ended 11 ka. Its activity was characterized by the ejection of voluminous pyroclastic falls. Total volume of the ejecta is estimated as 250 km^3. Large-scale mudflows (Older Fuji mudflows), generated from pyroclastic-flows and debris-avalanche deposits, also characterizes the older volcano.

The smaller eruption points near Mt. Fuji lie in a narrow band from southeast to northwest following the main fracture lines of the intersection of several major tectonic plates just to the southeast of Mt. Fuji.  These eruption points make this mountain extremely dangerous and hard to call in future eruptions.  Past eruptions also show a pattern that should worry Tokyo tremendously:

http://www.airies.or.jp/publication/ger/pdf/06-2-05.pdf

Virtually every time, the eruption would cause debris to blow over Tokyo and Tokyo Bay!  Now, at no time has Mt. Fuji completely blown away its crown but then, many a similar volcano of huge size (Mt. Fuji is one of the bigger ones on earth) would erupt merrily for thousands and thousands of years until they are quite tall and a perfect triangle in shape and then…they have a ‘dirty eruption’.  and the top literally blows off and away!  Here is what this paper about eruptions says about the future:

HAHAHA.  This huge Dragon makes pretty flowers!  It is a tourist spot!  It is an icon.  It is exactly what Mt. Vesuvius was to Italy.  Until it had its own Plinian eruption.  A volcano can have dozens of small eruptions and still, the next one isn’t guaranteed to be equally small!  Using tephras of the past to assume the future will be the same is insane.

 

What one has to do is look at how the several tectonic plates are pushing harder and harder every year as Australia charges northwards.  The eruptions will be bigger and bigger, not smaller and smaller.  Italy’s volcanoes are not getting smaller and smaller, they are erupting worse and worse as the much slower moving but immensely bigger African plate moves remorsefully into Europe.  Eventually, the Mediterranean Sea will be on top of mountains higher than Mt. Everest.

 

Back to other issues equally difficult for Japan: IMF urges Japan to triple consumption tax to reduce debt.  They can’t do this.  They won’t do this so it won’t happen.  The hope is, nothing will ever happen.  But like with geology, finances are equally easy to track and relentless in nature.  Like a geologist digging into the ground to read the past, we can read the future of Japan’s finances: the eruption, the tsunami and the earthquake will all happen and will erase Japan from the map of the earth one day if this continues to fatally roll onwards to ‘infinity’.

 

The fatal Fukushima Dragon won’t go away, either. Here is the dysfunctional, insane government talking about the future of cleaning up this impossible mess:  “Decontamination” Defined by Ministry of the Environment Is Nothing But a General, Thorough Cleaning by Hand | EX-SKF  Then there is this story of a Japan Defense employee going insane from taking care of his 75 year old mother: Woman dead, son unconscious in apparent murder-suicide.  He made some surface cuts to himself after strangling her with a telephone cord.

 

The battle between the sexes and the battle between the generations will only get worse over time since there is no resolution possible with a paralyzed government.  Just as the Japanese overlords sat idle while, after Mt. Fuji erupted 200 years ago, dooming many thousands and thousands of Japanese to die of starvation, so it is with the present ‘leaders’.  They feel, if they do nothing, it won’t matter since killing off the elderly somehow, has to happen.

 

Japan is fitfully talking about this news:  Japan’s population to shrink two thirds by 2110 

 

The population is forecast to decline from the current 127.7 million to 86.7 million by 2060 and to tumble again to 42.9 million by 2110 “if conditions remain unchanged,” the health and welfare ministry said in the report.

 

The projections by the ministry’s National Institute of Population and Social Security Research forecast that Japanese women would on average have just 1.35 babies, well below the replacement rate, within 50 years.

 

The report said that last year’s earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan, which left more than 19,000 people dead or missing, hit average life expectancy but that the figure was expected to continue its upward trend.

 

Japan’s life expectancy—one of the highest in the world—is expected to rise from 86.39 years in 2010 to 90.93 years in 2060 for women and from 79.64 years to 84.19 years for men.

 

When the majority of women are too old to have children, it ends very swiftly.  If there are less than 50 million Japanese and the average age is over 45 years (this is what happens when life expectancy for women is 91 years!) then the birth rate simply collapses to virtually zero in little time.  If there are 100 women and half are over 45 and a quarter are child bearing age and a quarter are children, only if men decide to protect women and have very large families, will this turn around.

 

Turning around dying cultures is very, very, very hard.  People who are old don’t like doing things differently and if they are the majority, that kills all initiatives.  We see this already in Japan.  In any other country, there would be an uprising already but  not Japan!  High, high suicide and now rising family murder rates are the rule there.  Their ship is sinking and the captains don’t know what to do or rather, they are jumping ship and moving out.

 

A major geological event centered on Tokyo will tip the scales to full abandonment by the top tier.  This really alarms me.  Living in such a fragile and special place requires great courage and above all, HOPE.  And this is what Japan is losing rapidly: hope for a future.  Instead, the elites play games like this: Deadlock in Russia-Japan islands row hard to break  and the Japanese government intends to name disputed islands near China with Japanese names despite harsh warnings from Beijing.

 

Japan is losing control if its main island base!  Japan’s biggest land holdings is going into destruction!  And they focus on these things?  This is a sign that Japan’s leadership is mentally dead and have given up all hope of keeping their main base functional.  They dream of the old imperialist days instead of focusing on the obvious future and picking things to do that are dreadfully necessary.

 

And just now is this story:  Labor ministry releases definition of ‘power harassment’.  ‘

 

A labor ministry official said that defining “pawahara” represents the first step toward dealing with the issue, TV Asahi reported.

In the report, the panel defines power harassment as any kind of behavior in which a senior person takes advantage of his or her position in the workplace to cause coworkers physical or psychological pain.

The report outlines six different acts that would constitute power harassment. These are asking junior employees to perform impossible tasks, committing acts of violence and other physical offenses, causing emotional stress, isolating or ignoring individuals, asking personal questions, and giving an employee nothing or very little to do.

 

Nearly all the comments to this news is humorous.  More than one person said, this is the definition of the entire government and bureaucracy of Japan!  And they are correct: this is how the government is run. More than one comment in this Japanese news site mentions the courts being totally corrupted and siding with the power structure.  There is discontent in Japan and it so far has no outlets.

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18 responses to “Major Earthquake Prediction Rattles Tokyo Media

  1. melponeme_k

    Large Japanese earthquakes/eruptions are not isolated events. The Native American legends from the tribes of the West Coast are filled with stories about Tsunamis that travel far inland wiping out communities from Alaska to California.

    A Tsunami like that could wipe out Seattle and any or all nuclear power plants we have on the coast.

  2. Peter

    Like I tell people up here in BC. It’s the demographics..that controls housing demand (now finally crashing in Canada)and all sorts of other things.
    Most people I talk to don’t really know what the word means.
    And in a country that is xenophobic and won’t allow immigration it is a recipe for a smaller population.
    But remember…we will be out of oil by that time so Japan won’t even be able to feed a 3rd of the population without oil anyway

  3. Lowest Birth Rate is Koreas, I hear.
    Rural Korean men import brides from China and Vietnam

  4. Plove

    We had nuke event in Illinois on Monday, complete with tritium leak, sonic booms, and small followup 2+ earthquake.

    Article claimed tritium molecule so small as to go right through pipes and into cooling water. Which, as any scientist can tell you, is total fiction.

    Article further claims amount of tritium leaked has not yet been calculated, though public is assured levels leaked are safe.

    Amen

  5. Just saw a blurb in a paper yesterday that Japan will lose 2/3s of it’s population over the next 100 years. Unless things change Japan will be down to 40 million from todays 120 something million.

  6. Peter

    Hey Christian..if you.read Elaine’s post before posting you would see she talks about this and has a link!WTF?

  7. Oh, missed that part! 🙂

  8. “It’s the demographics..that controls housing demand (now finally crashing in Canada)and all sorts of other things.”

    Well yeah, “all sorts of other things” too. If you’re using the word ‘demand’ the way economists use it, then people need to have money. (Economists aren’t interested in the demands of people without money. The poor don’t exist in most of their models, just by definition.) So there need to be jobs available before there can be ‘demand’. Either that or mortgages for people who don’t have jobs, aka a real estate bubble.

  9. Claire Voyant

    After studying 682 earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or greater occurring between January 1991- January 2007, scientists from the American Geophysical Union found that each was preceded by a solar flare. They proposed that solar activity may influence tectonic plate movement, potentially unleashing quakes. Big solar flares didn’t necessarily mean big earthquakes, but bigger flares did decrease the time lag between flare and quake.
    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2007AGUSMIN33A..03J

    Within the past week, the Earth has been bombarded by solar flares. Breathless media reporting promised spectacular Northern Lights. No mention of quake risk, but “When it hits us, it’s like a big battering ram that pushes into Earth’s magnetic field,” said Dr Terry Onsager from the NOAA’s American Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado. “That energy causes Earth’s magnetic field to fluctuate.”

    While science has known about the solar cycle since the mid-1800’s, predicting its activity is tricky. The solar minimum experienced during 2010-2011 reportedly cooled the Earth’s atmosphere considerably. Last winter was harsh for sure in these parts.

    Then in 2011, there were signs of an awakening Solar Cycle 24. Scientists can’t pinpoint the cycle’s exact start or forecast the peak, Their models forecast a moderate cycle similar to the one experienced in the late 1920’s.

    The new Solar Cycle may have started with a bang, however. Japan’s devastating quake on 3/11/11 was preceded by an X-class solar flare on March 9.

    More to come seems certain.

  10. emsnews

    The sun affects many, many things above all, our temperature. Big time. Anyone looking at the last 2 million years sees this pulse of extreme cold with sudden warm ups.

    Like clockwork.

    Yes, solar pulses probably do have an effect on earthquakes. Where the moon is (it is sometimes closer to the earth or further away!!!) definitely affects earthquakes as well as tidal movements. People think tides just happen.

    They don’t, they are the effect of the moon which causes the oceans to shift and bulge. The moon used to be much closer a billion years ago and it would probably have been quite an amazing sight, seeing the tidal surges on lowlands. Life on earth evolved rapidly thanks to these tidal surges long ago!

    This is why air breathing animals appeared.

  11. emsnews

    And yes, there was a nuclear power plant negative event yesterday!

    http://www.rrstar.com/news/x370663110/Unusual-Event-at-Exelons-Byron-nuclear-plant-is-over

    And yes, they had to expel steam that had some radioactive materials during it. And yes, this reminds us of all the sleeping Dragons snoring near earthquake-prone places in the US and we are fools not to shut down these things as soon as humanly possible.

    Our nuclear danger isn’t Iran not by a billion miles. It is here, in America, built by Americans.

  12. Plove

    The 9.0 earthquake that hit Japan 3/11/2011 was no accident.

    It was a HAARP induced earthquake.

    ΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩ

    ELAINE: That is just totally silly. Beyond silly. I warned you not to turn humans into gods. If they are, you might as well just give up.

    But they are not.

  13. KnovKnows

    Solar activity is best predicted by … the position of the gas giant planets. Most likely the same physics effect the Earth and the Sun, and it isn’t necessarily that the Sun’s activity causes earthquakes, in my opinion (if there is a link between solar activity and earthquakes).

    http://www.diada.ru/case/Case_Study.htm

    A theory to explain this phenomenon is Richard Hoagland’s “hyperdimensional” or torsional physics:

    http://www.enterprisemission.com/hyper_confirm.htm

    Been reading a lot of Hoagland last month – via his book Dark Mission, and his web site above: his “new” physics including a real fourth dimension and torsional fields, his understanding of our space program / NASA, and many other things. Some of it is hard to believe (ruins on Mars, Mars’ moon Phobos, and our moon), but most of what he says makes a lot of sense and is backed by scientific data and reasoning. I found fascinating his understanding of the strange beliefs, and near ritualistic use of numbers, symbols, and astrology at NASA – why the obsession with the numbers 33 and 19.5, and Egyptian religion, like in FreeMasonry? (This prompted me to read “The Hiram Key” – book about FreeMasonry origins in Egypt, caried on by Jewish sect, scrolls buried in Herod’s temple, dug up by Knights Templar, persecuted by Church, went underground, resurfaced in Scotland with FreeMasonry). So many fascinating things that people believe in their secret societies, and which may be true. “Sacred geometry,” hyperdimensional physics, hidden meanings, esoterica, … it’s fun to get a glimpse into the things other people seem to believe, but try to hide from you.

  14. KnovKnows

    This stuff ought to be right up your alley, Elaine. German rocket scientists coming to the US, space exploration, astronomy, physics, secrets:

    http://www.enterprisemission.com/Von_Braun.htm

    Fascinating reading, and fun to try to figure out truth from fiction.

    ΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩΩ

    ELAINE: Operation Paperclip is STILL classified information. My father died without spilling the beans and the only reason I know what happened in Germany in late spring 1945 is thanks to drinking heavily with Nazis in both Germany and the US, and then very cleverly if drunkenly, quizzing them about that time period. Being the daughter of Aden Meinel, they would happily spill the truth.

    I have other sources I cannot name since it would sound totally insane. But it is there. Sigh.

    The Nazis in the rocket program were toiling away all the way until the guns of the Russians rockets were making dust come down from the cave ceilings in the tunnel complex outside of Jena. They suddenly saw my father who yelled, ‘You have five minutes to decide if you are going to Siberia or America with me.’

  15. Alstradomus

    In your October 2 and October 4 2009 articles you touched on the Tonga trench and California earthquake connections. The current quakes in the Kermadec Islands and Vanutua area is sending energy once again to Owens Valley If you study the USGS you see quakes transferring acoss the ring of fire quite often. Before the Chilean quake in 2010 there was a large quake in Japan. If you look at December 21 2010 the day after the lunar eclipse, the Bonin Islands Japan exploded with quakes. I have created graphs that correlate astronomical events like eclipses and opposition events with Jupiter and Saturn and see patterns. Three corners of the ring of fire have had major events ; Chile February 2010, New Zealand September 2010, Japan March 2010. The west coast is next. All three of the other events sychronized with opposition or eclipse events, that is why I am concerned about March 21 through May 20 of this year as we oppose Saturn (April 4) and a annular solar eclipse passes over Norther California and Nevada ( the south end 0f the Cascadian fault and the Long Valley caldera).

  16. emsnews

    Yes, these events involve the moon and sun lining up in various ways. And yes, that does affect the planet. Tidal forces are quite powerful!

  17. Alstradomus

    Note: the planets Saturn and Jupiter were in the same positions back in the time 1952 – 1964. Major quakes occurred on the four corners of the ring of fire. Go back to the previous era 1900 -1908 San Fran quake, Kingston Jamacia. This repeats as far back as you want to research the geological record. 25,000 years ago when precession had us with the same north star and the winter solstice sun at the galactic center the super volcano, Tapau on the north island of New Zealand erupted causing a near extinction level event. Yellowstne is directly under the 2017 total solar eclipse on August 21, solar placement near Regulus in Leo, one of the four beasts that are mentione in Ezekial and Revelations.

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