Quake left 20-meter crack in Mount Fuji
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07/11/2012 06:21 PM
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KOFU, Yamanashi Pref. — A 20-meter-long crack was found halfway up Mount Fuji in Yamanashi Prefecture after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit on March 15, 2011, centered around eastern Shizuoka Prefecture, local authorities revealed Tuesday.Quoting: FalloutGuy
Both the width and depth of the crack were several centimeters, and it has subsequently been covered by sand and pebbles, according to the Yamanashi Prefectural Government.
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it's a ticking time bomb
this much is clear
only a matter of time...
but then all things are and this dispensation hangs by a thread as we speak, regardless
does it really matter what type of state your physical form is in when you are scheduled to be relieved of such at a specifically documented point in time ANYWAY?
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