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Ground shifting in Japan, April 12, 2011Ground shifting in Japan, April 12, 2011

(6:15) Soil liquefaction is a phenomenon that can occur, usually after earthquakes in 'loose' ground saturated with water. More info from Wikipedia

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Guest:  (1094 days ago)
why need soil liquification, when you have water pipes?
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why need soil liquification, when you have water pipes?
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Guest: guest (1093 days ago)
why you need water pipes, if you have soil liquification???????
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why you need water pipes, if you have soil liquification???????
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glortman glortman (1094 days ago)
My thoughts exactly.
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My thoughts exactly.
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Guest: Bemum (1093 days ago)
It's ALIIIVE!!
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It's ALIIIVE!!
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (1093 days ago)
Latest comment: What a strange sight. I noticed that buildings were not moving, thank goodness. That must be something to do with the foundations of earthquake proof buildings perhaps.
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Latest comment: What a strange sight. I noticed that buildings were not moving, thank goodness. That must be something to do with the foundations of earthquake proof buildings perhaps.
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