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Japan 9.0 earthquake ( Tohoku-chiho Taiheiyo-oki ) on March 11, 2011 held the secrets of another 'significant' "moment of magnitude" ( Mw ) Earth Event where parallel to Japan's eastcoast deep beneath the Western Pacific Ocean an entire suboceanic mountain range was splitting in-half ( south to north ) 310-miles long and splitting open 100-feet wide ( east to west ) that the public wasn't told about. Report:

Apparently Earth Was Built Around A Giant

Lol that's hilarious<You think this is Hilarious!?! This is Crazy!!! Whoa I can't even begin to comprehend. My whole Life is a Lie! Why do I feel that the Doctor has something to do with this though?


Pictures of the year 2010: earthquakes, volcanoes and environmental disasters

A cavernous and almost perfectly round sinkhole swallowed an entire intersection in Guatemala City during a tropical storm. The hole is 66 feet across and plunges nearly 100 feet down. Geologists said that the circular shape suggested a cave formation underneath, but what exactly caused the sinkhole was still a mystery


When I moved to Tokyo, more than 3 years ago I was really surprised that upon my walks I encountered so many shops still in business in really old buildings. Differently to Kobe, where the earthquake wiped out a lot of these old downtown houses and shops, in Tokyo they still survive. I chose the best reference pictures from the ones I took during my explorations and decided to make an illustration series of old Tokyo shopfronts. The, first piece of the series is an meat shop located in the…


The 12 Signs - OMG, this is strangely accurate... I am a Cancer and that was the first thing I did when we got hit with an earthquake. It makes me giggle.


Deforestation- This landslide in El Salvador in 2001, was caused after severe deforestation weakened the land, so that when an earthquake struck, the landslide alone killed 585 people in one town.


designboomin 2008, a huge earthquake in china’s sichuan province was the country’s deadliest in more than 30 years. designed by cai yongjie, the ‘wenchuan earthquake memorial museum’ pictured above takes the form of a ruptured landscape, where large subterranean buildings are topped with green roofs that ensure that the complex adopts an unobtrusive presence.


Living On The Edge: Australians Design House That Hangs Off Cliff

Living on the edge: Australia’s most exciting five story home clings to a cliff’s edge and shows living on extreme coastal plots of Australia is possible. // Leben am Abgrund: Das Haus an der Klippe ist Australiens aufregendstes fünftstöckige Gebäude. Es zeigt wie Leben in den extremen Küstengebieten möglich wird. #architecture #cliffhouse #enjoysiemens


60+ Colorful Bathrooms to Inspire Your Next Makeover

The farmhouse sink in the guest bathroom is a subtle nod to this Charleston home's earlier days as a kitchen house. Benjamin Moore's Polo Blue on the walls adds a modern pop of color to this historic home. Click through for more ideas for bathroom colors and paint color schemes.