[Express] “Sector collapse of Mt. Fuji may cause Tsunami in Sagami bay”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.



One of the most frightening simulations of Mt. Fuji sector collapse is that the volcanic mud flow goes down to Chigasaki along Sagami river and causes Tsunami in Sagami bay. It would damage Ito, and the two dams along Sagami river by detouring Tanzawa.




Don’t let them dominate the truth just because they have money.


Français :

[Express] “Un effondrement d’un pan du Mt. Fuji pourrait provoquer un tsunami dans la baie de Sagami”
Présentation des tweets importants sous [Express] pour mise à jour simultanée.


Une des simulations les plus effrayantes d’un effondrement d’un pan du Mt. Fuji est que les boues volcaniques déboulent sur Chigasaki en suivant le fleuve Sagami et provoque un tsunami dans la baie de Sagami. Ça dévasterait Ito et les deux barrages du fleuve Sagami en détournant la Tanzawa.
富士山の山体崩壊の想定図で一番不気味なのが、泥流が相模川に沿って茅ヶ崎まで流れ下り相模湾に津波起こすというところ。丹沢回り込んで、なんとも不気味。これが起きれば伊東も被ることになる。あと、相模川本流には、かなり大規模なダムが二つある。 決壊したらえらいことになる。
— Kenji, Gabriel KATO (@aa_Gabriel) June 21, 2013

Ne les laissez pas dominer la vérité juste parce qu’ils sont riches.

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