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Japan's recovery from the massive tsunami of March 2011
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Japan's recovery from the massive tsunami of March 2011

Japan's recovery from the massive tsunami of March 2011

After tsunami devastation on a biblical scale and added radioactive fallout from the nearby Fukushima plant, the Japanese have begun the monumental task of cleaning up. It will be many years, if ever, before things are back to normal.

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Guest: Dave (2316 days ago)
Yes but how the hell are they going to move that ship in photo 14?
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Yes but how the hell are they going to move that ship in photo 14?
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Caladon Caladon (2314 days ago)
Latest comment: It will be cut up and sold for scrap. A boat that size (500 tonnes plus) isn't worth the hassle to raise it on trolleys and "drive" it across country, unless it is very close to the sea. At least they will be insured.
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Latest comment: It will be cut up and sold for scrap. A boat that size (500 tonnes plus) isn't worth the hassle to raise it on trolleys and "drive" it across country, unless it is very close to the sea. At least they will be insured.
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Blong Blong (2316 days ago)
They just need to wait for the next tsunami. That should move it.
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They just need to wait for the next tsunami. That should move it.
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Guest: LondonBoy (2316 days ago)
Easy, dig a hole across from it &push it in - and then bury it in! Far easier than moving it. especially if they have so much work to do.
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Easy, dig a hole across from it &push it in - and then bury it in! Far easier than moving it. especially if they have so much work to do.
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Guest: (2316 days ago)
The progress is extraordinary. Without wanting to sound like a Jeremiah, I wonder how much would have been achieved if this had happened in the UK. Not nearly as much, I reckon. (And where has all the rubbish gone? That's a lot of recycling.)
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The progress is extraordinary. Without wanting to sound like a Jeremiah, I wonder how much would have been achieved if this had happened in the UK. Not nearly as much, I reckon. (And where has all the rubbish gone? That's a lot of recycling.)
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Guest: Jack (2316 days ago)
Carefully, I assume.
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Carefully, I assume.
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