Think Tsunami

Excellent video, in Japanese with English subtitles, on the effects of powerful Tsunami and how we can best prepare for them. The video also highlights a lot of myths and mistruths about Tsunami behaviour that must be weeded out if lives are to be saved.

From the Japan Meteorlogical Agency

 

津波の準備をします。このビデオでは、命を救うことができます。津波についての真実を学び、私たちは彼らのためにどのように準備することができます。

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Video Link
http://www.data.jma.go.jp/svd/eqev/data/en/tsunami/preparing_for_tsunami.html

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