If you don't have PBS NOVA or haven't caught the video about Japan's Killer Quake check it out, you will be glad you did. I plan on watching it again sometime in the near future. Lot's of interesting information and footage of the quake and tsunami. There's one major plus to current technology of cell phones and cameras being compact enough to have with you at all times. It really brings you to the heart of any situation and lets you see from the viewers perspective instead of just hearing about it like we did before all of this technology.
It is a great video showing the earthquake and the tsunami and the damage it did. It's really amazing how destructive a tsunami can be. My heart goes out to those in Japan who had to suffer through all of this and that are still suffering due to the damage.
Not only the damage the earthquake and tsunami caused but also the continuing damage being caused by the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant. Isn't it about time that everyone take this into consideration for finding a better source of power? Is it really worth it to take this risk? It's made me especially worried due to Vermont Yankee power plant which has renewed it's contract, and isn't the most stable. Recently they have found minute traces of radioactive material here in New York and Vermont due to Fukushima. If we are getting minute traces due to Japan imagine one happening pretty much in your own backyard. Sure it's a great source of energy when they work good, but when it starts to go it spells TROUBLE!