How are Warriors in Japan?

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Anyone up on this at all?

I know there are quite a few warriors that live in Japan - Just wanted to see if anyone knows if anyone was affected by the quake/tsunami? I sure hope not...

My thoughts go out to them and their families. The tsunami footage that I've seen thus far is devastating. One of the worst quakes in history.
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
    Been wondering the same thing... afraid to ask.

    I know Kevin Riley's in Japan. Not sure who else.

    Hope all's well with Japan Warriors.
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  • Profile picture of the author thegabrieljibril
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Murphy
      My roots are from Japan, but I grew up in Hawaii and now reside in Singapore. Still have some distant relatives there though..Thankfully they are alright..
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  • Profile picture of the author TurnKey Internet
    I'm eager to hear too though I suspect warriors are likely overwhelmed with the situation and may not be online. Hoping for the best and thinking of all of you on this awful day!
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  • Profile picture of the author Christian Little
    BBC is reporting that twitter is being bombarded by people in Japan because phone lines are down. So check their twitter pages
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    • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
      Originally Posted by Christian Little View Post

      BBC is reporting that twitter is being bombarded by people in Japan because phone lines are down. So check their twitter pages
      Interesting. I keep hearing more and more things unveil. Trying to keep up with it all across a few websites and news channels.

      What about the west coast of the U.S.? I heard that was supposed to be coming soon, too. Anyone know?
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      • Profile picture of the author Christian Little
        Originally Posted by bhuff85 View Post

        What about the west coast of the U.S.? I heard that was supposed to be coming soon, too. Anyone know?
        Well I'm on the west coast of Canada (Vancouver), and we got nothing. Though we do have Vancouver Island that buffers stuff like this.

        From what I've seen, a few places along the US coast got some pretty big waves that dragged a few boats out of marinas, but no major damage.
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      • Profile picture of the author T2007
        Originally Posted by bhuff85 View Post

        Interesting. I keep hearing more and more things unveil. Trying to keep up with it all across a few websites and news channels.

        What about the west coast of the U.S.? I heard that was supposed to be coming soon, too. Anyone know?
        Fortunately nothing significant happened in CA
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
          Originally Posted by T2007 View Post

          Fortunately nothing significant happened in CA
          Yea, when I heard that it didn't worry me because I just assumed that nothing would happen there anyway. Glad it didn't
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  • Profile picture of the author alamest
    I don't know what's going wrong with the earth..some day some place and it can happen anywhere..I don't understand why this earthquake are happening every single year...

    Now there is Tsunami Alert to other countries as well because of Japan earthquake...don't know what will happen in future...
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  • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
    I hope Kevin Riley is OK too. If I had to guess, he's spending a lot of time helping others now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Motion
    He is in Osaka.

    Not sure on what the status is there though.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
    Hey Craig,

    Don't know ya, but I sure do now. We are hearing a lot about a nuclear reactor there, and how bad off it is now. So you'll have a few of us worried about you for a while
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    • Profile picture of the author Bozigian
      If there was a program that would send us Americans to go and help or aid victims. I sure as hell would sign up for it
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      • Profile picture of the author Floyd Fisher
        Originally Posted by Bozigian View Post

        If there was a program that would send us Americans to go and help or aid victims. I sure as hell would sign up for it
        Right now, I wish I could, but I'm limited by a hernia...so do me a favor and go for me if the offer presents itself, ok?
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Motion
    The news will always show the worst of the worst though..

    Glad you're okay anyway.

    It really is devastating.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamie Drew
    Hey Warriors,

    Dunno much about this, I only seen some glimpses on the news. From what I have seen though it looks terrible. Really hope everyone is okay. Seems the south east of the planet has been getting pummeled really bad recently. Just hope it's not as bad as it seems on TV, they do tend to show the worst of worst, as stated by Craig and John. (We don't know each other Craig, but nonetheless I'm glad you weren't affected too badly.)

    Condolences And Best Wishes To All That Have Been Affected,

    Jamie D
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
      WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

      James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

      Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

      Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

      Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
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      • Profile picture of the author V12
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        Good to hear this. Glad you're all OK.
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        • Profile picture of the author T2007
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          Good to hear this. Glad you're all OK.
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      • Profile picture of the author Bill Farnham
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        Kevin,

        I'm glad to hear you and the other Warriors are safe. It's a relief. (I lived through several Big Ones in L.A.)

        Not to make light of the subject, but I think this is what was going through your hamsters' minds...



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      • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        So good to hear you are all ok, thanks for the update Kevin.

        I'm sure Craig has a good dry cleaner that can get those pants clean for him
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      • Profile picture of the author Tom B
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        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        which was like being drunk.
        Sounds like an everyday type of thing for Kevin. Kevin likes when this happens because this is the only time he walks normal.
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        • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
          Originally Posted by Thomas Belknap View Post

          Sounds like an everyday type of thing for Kevin. Kevin likes when this happens because this is the only time he walks normal.
          Kevin walks?

          In all seriousness, I am relieved to hear Kevin, James, Craig, etc. are doing well. If anyone needs anything at all, please let me know.

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      • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        Kevin you are the first person I thought of as soon as I saw this on TV. Glad you guys are fine.

        Stay Safe!
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      • Profile picture of the author Dwight Anthony
        Thanks for the update Kevin and glad to hear you guys are alright. My heart goes out to all affected by this tragedy.
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      • Profile picture of the author scrofford
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        That's so great to hear Kevin! I'm glad you are all ok! I was really concerned and you all are in my thoughts and prayers!
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      • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.
        Good to hear, Kevin. I was about to PM you when I saw this thread.

        I live in an earthquake zone and it's not a nice experience - even when they are relatively small compared to what just hit you guys.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Hill
        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        WARRIORS IN JAPAN STATUS

        James Brown, James B Allen, Stu Sterling - at hotel in Tokyo. Stranded but unharmed. Their families at home OK too.

        Craig Desorcy - walking his dog at the time, might have brown trousers, but otherwise OK.

        Dave McGimpsey - here in Osaka, where we did not get hit.

        Kevin Riley - our family is fine. We had the tailend swaying down here - which was like being drunk. Family members who were in Sendai (main devastation area) are safe and accounted for.

        Thank God you're all okay...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jake Gray
    Just watched a quick video on Youtube, that earthquake looks brutal.

    Hope everything is alright with Warriors located in Japan.
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  • Profile picture of the author TiffanyLambert
    Craig, my daughter Scarlett (age 6) would like to know how Godzilla's doing. She's VERY concerned. Craig told her he was a good friend.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
      Originally Posted by TiffanyDow View Post

      Craig, my daughter Scarlett (age 6) would like to know how Godzilla's doing. She's VERY concerned. Craig told her he was a good friend.
      lol I hope Godzilla didn't get swept away in the Tsunami!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    Originally Posted by Craig Desorcy View Post

    I'm good.

    I know other marketers you may know here are
    fine too.

    Here's what I posted on Tiffany's blog...

    "
    Thanks to everyone who thought of me.

    I was walking my two dogs when it hit.

    I thought at first I was getting sick cuz I started walking funny.
    heart-attack maybe? At 44 and in very good health?

    Then I realized what was happening. The biggest earthquake ever,
    here in Japan was happening.

    The ground in front of me was cracking open then closing
    then opening. Then the water busted out in a few places.


    I live on Tokyo Bay where apartments sell for 500k.
    Doesn't look like this place will be able to sell any at
    that price for a while.

    Don't believe the news. They're only showing the
    worst of the worst. It's sickening. We turned the TV off
    here not that I ever watch it.


    It's interesting how many people here were really not
    affected but are acting like it's the end of the world.
    Maybe I just don't get it.


    Thanks again for all who asked about me.
    I was surprised to see so many emails, Skype texts, etc.
    People really do care about others."

    Craig
    It is really great that you are doing well and I wish you further safety in this tragedy.
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  • Some would say this is due to the moon Due to the moon moving on an elliptical route, the moon will be at its closest in 2 decades on the 19th of march. It has to do with the gravitational pull and this affects the sea...

    Some venture as far as to say that it could also cause earthquakes, though there is little evidence to back this up.

    The gravitational attraction that the Moon exerts on Earth is the major cause of tides in the sea; the Sun has a lesser tidal influence. If the Earth possessed a global ocean of uniform depth, the Moon would act to deform both the solid earth (by a small amount) and ocean in the shape of an ellipsoid with high points directly beneath the Moon and on the opposite side of the Earth. However, as a result of the irregular coastline and varying ocean depths, this idealization is only partially realized. While the tidal flow period is generally synchronized to the Moon's orbit around Earth, its phase can vary. In some places on Earth there is only one high tide per day, though this is somewhat rare.
    The tidal bulges on Earth are carried ahead of the Earth–Moon axis by a small amount as a result of the Earth's rotation. This is a direct consequence of friction and the dissipation of energy as water moves over the ocean bottom and into or out of bays and estuaries. Each bulge exerts a small amount of gravitational attraction on the Moon, with the bulge closest to the Moon pulling in a direction slightly forward along the Moon's orbit, because the Earth's rotation has carried the bulge forward. The opposing bulge has the opposite effect, but the closer bulge dominates due to its comparative closer distance to the Moon. As a result, some of the Earth's rotational momentum is gradually being transferred to the Moon's orbital momentum, and this causes the Moon to slowly recede from Earth at the rate of approximately 38 millimetres per year. In keeping with the conservation of angular momentum, the Earth's rotation is gradually slowing, and the Earth's day thus lengthens by about 23 microseconds every year (excluding glacial rebound). Both figures are valid only for the current configuration of the continents. Tidal rhythmites from 620 million years ago show that over hundreds of millions of years the Moon receded at an average rate of 22 millimetres per year and the day lengthened at an average rate of 12 microseconds per year, both about half of their current values. See tidal acceleration for a more detailed description and references.
    The Moon is gradually receding from the Earth into a higher orbit, and calculations[9][10] suggest that this would continue for about fifty billion years. By that time, the Earth and Moon would become caught up in what is called a "spin–orbit resonance" in which the Moon will circle the Earth in about 47 days (currently 29 days), and both Moon and Earth would rotate around their axes in the same time, always facing each other with the same side. However, the slowdown of the Earth's rotation is not occurring fast enough for the rotation to lengthen to a month before other effects change the situation: about 2.1 billion years from now, the increase of the Sun's radiation will have caused the Earth's oceans to vaporize, removing the bulk of the tidal friction and acceleration.
    A lot say we should fear the 19th of march :O
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
      Originally Posted by Jason Perez O'Connor View Post

      Some would say this is due to the moon Due to the moon moving on an elliptical route, the moon will be at its closest in 2 decades on the 19th of march. It has to do with the gravitational pull and this affects the sea...

      Some venture as far as to say that it could also cause earthquakes, though there is little evidence to back this up.



      A lot say we should fear the 19th of march :O
      I've got plans for the 19th. If the damn moon screws those up, I will not be happy.

      But fear it? Bah. I fear nothing.
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      • Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        I've got plans for the 19th. If the damn moon screws those up, I will not be happy.

        But fear it? Bah. I fear nothing.
        Not to worry you, and I don't know if you were living in the US in 1993. But remember:

        1993 Storm of the Century - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        Happened supposedly two weeks prior to the moon getting closer to the earth. Some of these things are amazing to find out.


        Such as in 2.1 billion years our ocean will be dried up, and our days increase in-time by 23 microseconds a year :O So in 50 billion years the moon will circle the earth in 47 days.

        But I'm sure you'll be fine
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        Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

        I've got plans for the 19th. If the damn moon screws those up, I will not be happy.

        But fear it? Bah. I fear nothing.

        I was just thinking about you and hoping that all was well with you. Glad to see that you are fine and posting and all the others in Japan at this time.
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      Originally Posted by Jason Perez O'Connor View Post

      Some would say this is due to the moon Due to the moon moving on an elliptical route, the moon will be at its closest in 2 decades on the 19th of march. It has to do with the gravitational pull and this affects the sea...

      Some venture as far as to say that it could also cause earthquakes, though there is little evidence to back this up.



      A lot say we should fear the 19th of march :O
      Ken Ring is someone who believes in this theory (Predict Weather - the home of long range weather) and has taken a lot of flack for it also, he got chewed out in an interview which was actually the worst interview I have ever seen as the clown doing the interviewing didn't let him get a word in and tried to make him look foolish but it really did backfire on him.

      He also predicts something big is going to happen on the 20th march Is 20 March significant? - Predict Weather - the home of long range weather and I see he had a 6+ magnitude predicted for the 12th March give or take a day but it wasn't predicted to be as big as the Japan one was..... I too might be keeping away from big buildings around the 20th!

      Glad to see the Japan warriors are safe but my thoughts most certainly go out to those in Japan who were not so lucky....
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      • Profile picture of the author HeySal
        Originally Posted by terryd View Post

        Ken Ring is someone who believes in this theory (Predict Weather - the home of long range weather) and has taken a lot of flack for it also, he got chewed out in an interview which was actually the worst interview I have ever seen as the clown doing the interviewing didn't let him get a word in and tried to make him look foolish but it really did backfire on him.

        He also predicts something big is going to happen on the 20th march Is 20 March significant? - Predict Weather - the home of long range weather and I see he had a 6+ magnitude predicted for the 12th March give or take a day but it wasn't predicted to be as big as the Japan one was..... I too might be keeping away from big buildings around the 20th!

        Glad to see the Japan warriors are safe but my thoughts most certainly go out to those in Japan who were not so lucky....
        Predicted a 6 mag quake? LOL - less than 10 days after an almost 9 mag quake? Sorry, I'm not impressed. There are around 140 mag 6 quakes a year, and after a quake as large as Japans, there's gonna be aftershocks for awhile. I'm not sure what he predicates his prediction on - but he's likely to be right just by the pure fact that you can pick a three to 4 day span any time and be more than likely to have one mag 6 hit somewhere. Maybe he'd prefer to pick on mag 5 quakes so he'll have several to choose from every day of the year. (serious stat, not being funny).

        There is one major hot spot that a quake is overdue - that's the Cascadia Subduction Zone, 1,500 mile stretch from N. CA up through part of Canada. If that blows, as expected, it will be a Japan size quake but a lot closer to shore. In light of the magnetic polar shift and the resultant crustal shift that's going on, that one will likely blow very shortly. Scientists say 50 year max on that one. I've been tracking stats for 5 years and I'm thinking real soon. The clusters out there are acting funny.
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        • Profile picture of the author terryd
          Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

          Predicted a 6 mag quake? LOL - less than 10 days after an almost 9 mag quake? Sorry, I'm not impressed. There are around 140 mag 6 quakes a year, and after a quake as large as Japans, there's gonna be aftershocks for awhile. I'm not sure what he predicates his prediction on - but he's likely to be right just by the pure fact that you can pick a three to 4 day span any time and be more than likely to have one mag 6 hit somewhere. Maybe he'd prefer to pick on mag 5 quakes so he'll have several to choose from every day of the year. (serious stat, not being funny).

          There is one major hot spot that a quake is overdue - that's the Cascadia Subduction Zone, 1,500 mile stretch from N. CA up through part of Canada. If that blows, as expected, it will be a Japan size quake but a lot closer to shore. In light of the magnetic polar shift and the resultant crustal shift that's going on, that one will likely blow very shortly. Scientists say 50 year max on that one. I've been tracking stats for 5 years and I'm thinking real soon. The clusters out there are acting funny.
          So you are poo-pooing his predictions and then you make your own that there will be one soon??............isn't that ironic?....
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          • Profile picture of the author HeySal
            Originally Posted by terryd View Post

            So you are poo-pooing his predictions and then you make your own that there will be one soon??............isn't that ironic?....
            No - he predicted a mag 6 quake and given a day either way, he can't be very far off - 2 or 4 a week are normal and that means he's not making a prediction at all - he just said something he already knows he'll very likely be right about figuring that most people don't know the stats on quakes.


            What I am talking about is a Japan size quake or larger and it's not much of a prediction either. It's supposed to blow - I just think it's going to be very soon is all. Scientists say 50 years max.
            That area produces mag 9 quakes. I'll give the depth on it though - 10 to 35 km. Just like every other major quake in the last year, and with Cascadia about the only subduction zone that hasn't blown off a strong quake in the last 3 years. Magnetic pole has traveled over 100 miles since then and watching the stats every day like I do for my earthquake watch, I've seen some very troubling stuff coming up lately. But I'm not sitting here telling you I have proof of a theory by predicting something that happens all the time anyhow. Get that difference.

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            • Profile picture of the author terryd
              Originally Posted by HeySal View Post



              No - he predicted a mag 6 quake and given a day either way, he can't be very far off - 2 or 4 a week are normal and that means he's not making a prediction at all - he just said something he already knows he'll very likely be right about figuring that most people don't know the stats on quakes.


              No....He has specifically said it will occur within the Canterbury area which has already suffered a couple of major earthquakes, quite different and by no means normal in any case......so you are wrong, he is making a prediction that it will happen in a specific place within a specific time frame, he isn't saying that it will occur somewhere in the world.....


              Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

              What I am talking about is a Japan size quake or larger and it's not much of a prediction either. It's supposed to blow - I just think it's going to be very soon is all. Scientists say 50 years max.
              That area produces mag 9 quakes. I'll give the depth on it though - 10 to 35 km. Just like every other major quake in the last year, and with Cascadia about the only subduction zone that hasn't blown off a strong quake in the last 3 years. Magnetic pole has traveled over 100 miles since then and watching the stats every day like I do for my earthquake watch, I've seen some very troubling stuff coming up lately. But I'm not sitting here telling you I have proof of a theory by predicting something that happens all the time anyhow. Get that difference.

              But, still predicting earthquakes is not an exact science and in fact most scientists say that it is impossible to do. All you are talking about are averages.You still are making a prediction based on your theory while discrediting somebody else's and just because you watch earthquake stuff everyday does not make you more informed than Ken Ring or any other scientist. The truth is I could put you in the same pile as Ken Ring as I've never heard him say that he has absolute proof that his theories are correct......unless of course you have proof that yours are??
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      Originally Posted by Jason Perez O'Connor View Post

      Some would say this is due to the moon Due to the moon moving on an elliptical route, the moon will be at its closest in 2 decades on the 19th of march. It has to do with the gravitational pull and this affects the sea...

      Some venture as far as to say that it could also cause earthquakes, though there is little evidence to back this up.

      A lot say we should fear the 19th of march :O

      That guy who has predicted a couple of earthquakes was on the news today predicting the March 19th weekend was a likely window for an earthquake somewhere between Vancouver and Mexico.

      LOL

      He certainly left a large margin for error, although I would still be impressed if the West Coast of North America was rocked by a major earthquake this weekend.
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  • also amazing that the moon only moves 4 cm away from the earth a year
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  • Profile picture of the author ViperSilver
    that nuclear reactor issue, is starting to worry me. my heart goes out to everyone
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      Originally Posted by ViperSilver View Post

      that nuclear reactor issue, is starting to worry me. my heart goes out to everyone
      it will be a massive blow to them...i hope nothing so serious happen
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    Godbless the people in Japan. Dear Lord have Mercy on us all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Takuya Hikichi
    I JUST got through to my mom & dad. But I was most concerned about my 89 yr old grand parents live in Fukushima, which is one of areas affected (just south of Sendai). Fukushima is where JB and Stu live too.

    My grand parents are safe, electricity is running to keep them warm. Water is shut down but say they are okay!

    So thankful for all the prayers.

    PS. I am not really counted as a J - Warrior in the forum, but at least, I am still keeping my Japanese passport.
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  • Profile picture of the author ThelemaqueTip
    After seen what happen to my fellow Haitian family. Now Japan! Now I’m really wondering about 2012..My prayer goes out to JAPAN
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I knew Kevin was in Osaka so first thing I did was look at the map to see what area was most affected. What amazes is that it was felt in Osaka. Powerful quake.

    It seems to me the nuclear angle is being played up (overplayed?) on the news here. It might be more critical than I know (know nothing of the situation) but it's reported huge generators have already been put on the site so it sounds like there were plans for such an emergency and they are being followed.

    What impressed me was a report that 8000 soldiers were already on duty helping out....less than 24 hours after the quake. Maybe we should send some representatives to see how Japan manages such a quick reaction. Judging from Katrina and the oil spill - we could use the training.

    Glad everyone's OK - I would be terrified if the earth started having under my feet!

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    • Profile picture of the author Marvin Johnston
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Glad everyone's OK - I would be terrified if the earth started having under my feet!
      Living in California, I've always considered earthquakes to be an "E" ticket ride ... mostly because I've been lucky enough not to have ever been close the epicenter.

      Marvin

      P.S. - For those that don't know, the "E" ticket ride refers to the best rides at Disneyland quite a few years ago before they went to a one price covers all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sam Nicholson
    I hope everything will be just fine.
    Japanese are strong nation mentally and physically, I admire them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Murphy
      Also, there are some reports circulating that the "earthquake" was actually triggered by a device around that region on purpose. The same rumour was also said to be circulating around the Haiti earthquake. How far could this be true?
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      • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
        Originally Posted by Lady NaNa View Post

        Also, there are some reports circulating that the "earthquake" was actually triggered by a device around that region on purpose. The same rumour was also said to be circulating around the Haiti earthquake. How far could this be true?
        Please stop believing such nonsense..."moon" or "device". The earth's tectonic plates are always moving and shifting....as devastating the quake is its still something which happens on earth for millions of years already.
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        • Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

          Please stop believing such nonsense..."moon" or "device". The earth's tectonic plates are always moving and shifting....as devastating the quake is its still something which happens on earth for millions of years already.
          There are theories that say the moon has the smallest influence on tectonic plates
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        • Profile picture of the author martin1987
          In addition, there are reports circulating that the "earthquake" was triggered by a device around that area on purpose. The same rumor also says it is excellent in this earthquake. How could this be true?
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      • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
        Originally Posted by Lady NaNa View Post

        Also, there are some reports circulating that the "earthquake" was actually triggered by a device around that region on purpose. The same rumour was also said to be circulating around the Haiti earthquake. How far could this be true?
        Every big event, death, disaster, etc always brings out the conspiracy theorists. Ignore them
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      • Profile picture of the author Floyd Fisher
        Originally Posted by Lady NaNa View Post

        Also, there are some reports circulating that the "earthquake" was actually triggered by a device around that region on purpose. The same rumour was also said to be circulating around the Haiti earthquake. How far could this be true?
        The only thing strong enough to do something like that is a nuclear device.

        Don't you think someone would have noticed if a bomb like that went off?
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        • Profile picture of the author karis
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          Originally Posted by Floyd Fisher View Post

          The only thing strong enough to do something like that is a nuclear device.

          Don't you think someone would have noticed if a bomb like that went off?
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
        Originally Posted by Lady NaNa View Post

        Also, there are some reports circulating that the "earthquake" was actually triggered by a device around that region on purpose. The same rumour was also said to be circulating around the Haiti earthquake. How far could this be true?
        Speaking for myself, I think that is about as credible as me sitting down with Godzilla having cookies and milk in King Kong's kitchen.

        Seriously, Japan and several other countries have been experiencing these events since their very beginning and some unfortunately, hit worse than others.

        Mike
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        • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
          Originally Posted by Mike Newton View Post

          Speaking for myself, I think that is about as credible as me sitting down with Godzilla having cookies and milk in King Kong's kitchen.

          Seriously, Japan and several other countries have been experiencing these events since their very beginning and some unfortunately, hit worse than others.

          Mike
          Hey Mike

          Nice to see you. I saw a disaster in a nuclear plant. Is that ok with you?
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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
            Originally Posted by blog8491 View Post

            Hey Mike

            Nice to see you. I saw a disaster in a nuclear plant. Is that ok with you?
            Hi blog8491,

            No disaster yet! According to the news report that I just watched, there was a minor explosion in Fukushima that did not trigger a huge leakage. They have advised residents to evacuate around a 20km zone as a precaution.

            However, I am only relying on the media for this information and I can't speak as to how accurate that it may/may not be at this time.

            You can follow the updates on NHK WORLD English...

            Mike
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            • Profile picture of the author blue_sky
              Originally Posted by Mike Newton View Post

              there was a minor explosion in Fukushima that did not trigger a huge leakage.
              Good luck to everybody living in Japan right now and I really mean it...
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  • Profile picture of the author bilzz
    its very sad news..Pray for all ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
    Thanks to all the Warriors who expressed their concerns and good wishes to those of us who live in Japan.

    I myself am OK and as has been mentioned and also, to the best of my knowledge, the other WF members are OK too. Although my place was pretty well trashed on the inside, I got off extremely light compared to so many others and the suffering that they are currently experiencing.

    I was actually in my home office when it hit and since we get them fairly frequently, wasn't overly concerned until it started moving sideways and picking up the pace a bit. I stood in a doorway for a few seconds and when things started crashing down around me, decided to take a quick walk outside and join a lot of other folks in the street, who were holding their pets, etc in their arms.

    As most of you would be aware, there are a lot of areas that were hit hard. If you are able to assist in any way via donations through reputable relief organizations that you may be aware of, please help if you can.

    Many thanks,

    Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    Thanks for all who responded. I'm glad you guys are ok and that your family members are doing well. It's a good thing that most of you caught the lighter end of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author chadster
    This thread post shows that WF is a closely knitted family rather than a bunch of strangers on the net and being new in WF, I must say that I am rather proud of being a warrior! Our hearts go out to those who have been devastated by the happenings in Japan and if anyone is starting a cause for them or donations of any sorts, do keep me in the loop!

    Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Nolan
    Glad to hear the good folks living in Japan are doing okay. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Hang in there.

    Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author mike gregory
    Have been watching the news around the clock, and i have to say words can't explain how saddened i feel to see that happen!

    My thoughts are with all those in japan.
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    • Profile picture of the author CyndiHester
      My heart has been breaking for those in Japan. We can not imagine the pain in their hearts losing their loved ones in those smaller towns....

      Their homes gone, parents gone, kids gone, grandkids gone, food and water hard to come by, no heat when it is so cold there.

      So much sadness it has made me cry. My prayers are with them all.

      Glad to see our Warriors here safe and sound in Japan.


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  • Profile picture of the author VOnline
    Thanks for the good news Riley.
    Hope everyone else is safe. Thoughts and wishes are with the people in Japan.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveFinch
    The pictures of what's gone on there are literally hard to believe. It's heartbreaking to see so much suffering.
    And I don't know if anyone else saw on the news today that a 60 year old man was rescued by the Japanese navy, 10 miles offshore, clinging to debris. God knows what that poor guy went through.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Originally Posted by SteveFinch View Post

      The pictures of what's gone on there are literally hard to believe. It's heartbreaking to see so much suffering.
      And I don't know if anyone else saw on the news today that a 60 year old man was rescued by the Japanese navy, 10 miles offshore, clinging to debris. God knows what that poor guy went through.
      I know! My heart breaks to watch the total devastation of people's homes. This woman saved herself by holding onto a floating tree...there are stories like this everywhere in that area of Japan, but many lives have been lost and many are unaccounted for and will be for some time, I imagine. I keep sending my love, my compassion, my positive healing thoughts, and my prayers to all the people of Japan during this tragic time.
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  • Profile picture of the author slater100
    I think they must be more powerful.
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  • Profile picture of the author gforces
    I am in Japan, in Tokyo, so have dodged this one in most ways. Life here is going to be severely affected though for some time to come. If anyone wants to help in a tangible way please donate... I put some links to the international Redcross in another post: Please HELP the Japanese earthquake relief

    Thanks everyone. I sure appreciate being a part of this community and the thoughts you have all expressed are very comforting. God bless
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  • Profile picture of the author TiffanyLambert
    Craig emailed me this morning saying the aftermath isn't good. Can't even buy candles. Second nuclear reactor blew.

    Keeping you Japan Warriors in my prayers.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
      Originally Posted by TiffanyDow View Post

      Craig emailed me this morning saying the aftermath isn't good. Can't even buy candles. Second nuclear reactor blew.

      Keeping you Japan Warriors in my prayers.
      Thanks Tiff.

      I didn't have any problems getting candles myself in my area. Had to stand in line for 45 min to make the checkout though. Lots of folks panic buying and mass buy ups going on in a lot of suburban supermarkets, but not so much in Tokyo, so I was told. Fortunately, the power wasn't rationed in my area today, but I'll hang on to the candles for a bit.

      If people want some objective updates in English, rather than the irresponsible rubbish that's being spread by several foreign media groups, they can go here: BraveNewClimate

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  • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
    Mike,

    Is there any chance of the wind coming your way? You're in my prayers too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
      Originally Posted by David Maschke View Post

      Mike,

      Is there any chance of the wind coming your way? You're in my prayers too.
      Thanks very much David, I appreciate it.

      With regards to the nuclear issue:

      There is always a chance that the wind can change in any direction however, I am not overly concerned at this time.

      I am in a different prefecture to the plant myself, but along with everyone else, will continue to monitor further developments.

      Basically, it's a case of sifting through the myriad of misinformation, alarmist speculation, what is being played down, what's not being said, what they don't know, general media BS, and what is actually fact, in order to get a more accurate picture.

      While this issue is certainly not to be taken lightly and may deteriorate further or improve at any time, neither should it be blown out of all proportion based on wild speculation, ignorance and/or factual inaccuracies.

      In addition, attention should not be diverted from other immediate issues and hardships, that so many folks are experiencing in the hard hit areas at the moment.

      Mike

      EDIT: Additional updates available here in English: http://www.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
        Originally Posted by Craig Desorcy View Post

        Hey Mike, nice to meet you

        I totally agree with the above and is why I'm not really posting about
        my trivial issues which is what they are compared to people that lost
        their lives, homes, mothers, fathers, businesses, etc...

        Be well,

        Craig
        Hi Craig,

        Very nice to meet you too and it's only a matter of time before we catchup in person at one of these meet ups.

        Re-trivial issues..I also agree and it's all trivia compared to those events. Our relatives lost their home, but thankfully, were not severely injured. We were also fortunate to finally locate my wife's son, together with his grandfather, both safe and sound in the emergency center, within 10 hours of commencing our search.

        So, we feel extremely grateful and that any minor inconveniences that may occur at our end, are just that, trivia.

        Look forward to meeting up soon.

        Mike
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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Nolan
        Hey Craig,

        FedEx will resume shipments to Japan tomorrow so if you need anything just let me know and I will send it a.s.a.p. But I know those awesome chihuahuas and your positive attitude will get you through anything ;-)

        Kind regards,
        Mark
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    My sympathys go out to all those poor people who have been effected in Japan.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    BTW - I've followed Kevin about the quake on FB so knew people were okay -- but Glad to actually hear from some of you in person here.
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    Prayers to all affected by the disaster. This is horrible, and I pray you all are safe/
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
    A reminder to those Warriors considering making donations....

    Perform your due diligence and do your own homework first!....

    Unfortunately, there are always scum scammers that will always creep out from underneath the rocks that they hide under, in times like these....

    A good Reuters article on donating. Link C/O Kevin Riley:

    7 safe ways to donate to Japan | Prism Money | Analysis & Opinion | Reuters.com

    Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author mahal788
    Earthquake in New Zealand, then Japan. My home country Philippines is in between them. I hope it won't be next.
    I heard the quakes and tsunami are due to tectonic plates shifting.
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    Please pray for my people and everyone in Japan! Thank you all!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author sprintingwriter1
    I don't know about anyone in Japan myself, but I do know people are struggling to get web service and that millions of people are without power because of the power plants. I also know that millions of people have been evacuated as well.
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    You guys are in my prayers daily.
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    Let's all pray for the people living in Japan
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  • Profile picture of the author Takuya Hikichi
    Thank you for everyone's prayers.

    My grandparent's city (Fukushima) detected radiation level 500 times higher than normal today. I spoke about this in a recent interview with Channel 5 Phoenix local TV news (You can view the video in the article if you're based in US).

    On be half of my people, I also thank you for all the aid and troops you're sending to Japan.

    I spoke with my father yesterday on the phone, he was awaken in the middle of the night by M 6.0 quake. Two days ago, my mother said she felt aftershocks four times during the day. But they are home with water access and electricity turned on so we're just concerned about the leaking radiation in the area. My grandparents are not ordered to evacuate at this time, but it's getting closer.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Takuya Hikichi View Post

      Thank you for everyone's prayers.

      My grandparent's city (Fukushima) detected radiation level 500 times higher than normal today. I spoke about this in a recent interview with Channel 5 Phoenix local TV news (You can view the video in the article if you're based in US).

      On be half of my people, I also thank you for all the aid and troops you're sending to Japan.

      I spoke with my father yesterday on the phone, he was awaken in the middle of the night by M 6.0 quake. Two days ago, my mother said she felt aftershocks four times during the day. But they are home with water access and electricity turned on so we're just concerned about the leaking radiation in the area. My grandparents are not ordered to evacuate at this time, but it's getting closer.
      The radiation situation is starting to get quite worrisome now, from the latest news I've been reading (I don't really like watching the television as they tend to overdramatize things).

      They seem to be stuck in a catch-22 situation, especially since the water pools around the reactor cores seem to have leaked out due to the earthquake, leaving the nuclear cores exposed and causing the radiation levels to reach very high levels. With this level of radioactivity, it's not even possible to get close enough to the reactor to dump sufficient water on the cores or manually fix the situation. The longer the cores are left uncovered, the more radiation levels are going to skyrocket - the cooling systems have been apparently knocked out by the tsunami, and no one is even sure if they can be turned back on remotely.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Newton
        paulie888

        As of 10 minutes ago, according to the latest report, the situation is simply this..The US government extended their recommended safety zone as an additional, conservative precautionary measure. Some embassies are still advising non essential citizens to leave and assisting many of their citizens to leave in some way or another. Again, as a precautionary measure.

        The SDF (Self Defense Forces) have been spraying the reactor with sea water in order to cool it down sufficiently, to allow workers to get closer and also make it possible for power to be reconnected to the cooling pumps. There was some small measure of cooling, which should decrease the heat even further with successive efforts. At this stage, they are hopeful that power can be reconnected to the pumps tomorrow, Saturday, Japan time.

        They are working around the clock and doing a mighty job, under extremely adverse conditions. As have the Japanese SDF, International relief workers and volunteers.

        I would stress again though, that while the situation can change at any given time, that regardless of irresponsible and factually inaccurate media reports to the contrary, there is nothing to panic about at this time and that there are thousands still missing or in need of emergency relief aid right now, today.

        If Warriors can assist in any way and I know that many already have, it would go a long way towards easing the victims plight.

        Mike

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        A good Reuters article on donating. Link C/O Kevin Riley:
        7 safe ways to donate to Japan | Prism Money | Analysis & Opinion | Reuters.com

        Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

        The radiation situation is starting to get quite worrisome now, from the latest news I've been reading (I don't really like watching the television as they tend to overdramatize things).

        They seem to be stuck in a catch-22 situation, especially since the water pools around the reactor cores seem to have leaked out due to the earthquake, leaving the nuclear cores exposed and causing the radiation levels to reach very high levels. With this level of radioactivity, it's not even possible to get close enough to the reactor to dump sufficient water on the cores or manually fix the situation. The longer the cores are left uncovered, the more radiation levels are going to skyrocket - the cooling systems have been apparently knocked out by the tsunami, and no one is even sure if they can be turned back on remotely.
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    i am praying for their safety gods grace
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