USGS reported the Japanese “M6.4” as M6.9

At 23:17 of 2/2/2013 (JST), a large earthquake hit Hokkaido. [URL 1]

Japan Meteorological Agency reported it to be M6.4, but USGS reported it to be M6.9.


↓ Japan meteorological agency. [URL 2]

USGS reported the Japanese "M6.4" as M6.9


↓ USGS reported it to be M6.9 [URL 3]

2 USGS reported the Japanese "M6.4" as M6.9


Related article..[Raindrop?] Strange light captured in the official live camera when M6.4 Hokkaido, before the power blackout [URL 4]




Français :

L’USGS rapporte le M6,4 japonais comme étant un M6,9

Le 2 février 2013 à 23:17 (JST), un puissant séisme a frappé Hokkaido. [Lien1]
La Japan Meteorological Agency le rapporte comme étant un M6,4 mais l’USGS le fait en tant que M6,9.

Japan meteorological agency [Lien2]

L'USGS rapporte le M6,4 japonais comme étant un M6,9

↓ L’USGS le rapporte comme M6,9 [Lien3]
2 L'USGS rapporte le M6,4 japonais comme étant un M6,9

Article lié : [Goutte d’eau ?] Une étrange lueur enregistrée par la caméra de direct officielle au moment du séisme M6,4 sur Hokkaido, avant le black-out électrique [Lien4]

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