Review of Japanese Earthquakes
Today an M7.3 earthquake occurred in Japan.
Specifically it was set off at a location in the North Pacific Ocean about 100 km east of the epicenter of the M9.0 Earthquake of March 11, 2011. No casualties and big damage have been reported.
So, let's review how big earthquakes with a magnitude of M5.0 or more which occurred between March 9 and March 20, 2011 and two M7.0 class earthquakes that were set off on April 7 and 11.
Today's M7.3 earthquake happened around the epicenter of the M7.5 earthquake having been set off at 15:25 on March 11, 2011.
The zone full of earthquakes off Honsyu Island, where Tokyo City and Tokyo Bay are situated, is along the border of two continental plates:
To make sure, the plate Tokyo is on is called the North American Plate.
So, there are four big continental plates converge around Tokyo and Mt. Fuji, facing Sagami Trench. Hence, Tokyo and Mt. Fuji are so unique and special.
So, finally, let's confirm where an M7.3 earthquake occurred today , specifically, at 17:18 on December 7 (Japan Time).
Note that Japan is almost as large as California.
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Rev 12:8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven.
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