M5.4 hit South part of Japan on 3/26/2014 / Possible aftershock not recorded by Meteorological Agency for some reason

M5.4 hit South part of Japan, according to Japan Meteorological Agency. It occurred at 17:50 3/26/2014 (JST).

The epicenter was Satsunan shoto islands. It was only 10km deep. The maximum seismic intensity was 3.


Earthquake immediate report updated another earthquake at the same epicenter about half an hour later. The occurring time was 18:33, Magnitude was 4.8. The epicenter depth was 10km too, however it wasn’t recorded by Japan Meteorological Agency for some reason.






Downplay it in the beginning, and quietly add more information so nobody notices it. All for not letting the cattle escape. This is their strategy.


Français :

Séisme M5,4 au Sud du Japon ce 26 mars 2014 : Répliques possibles non enregistrées par la Meteorological Agency


Un séisme M5.4 a frappé le Sud du Japon, selon la Japan Meteorological Agency. Il a eu lieu à 17:50 le 26 mars 2014 (JST).
Son épicentre était sur les îles Satsunan shoto . Il n’était qu’à 10 km de profondeur. L’intensité sismique maximale était de 3.

Mise à jour du rapport en temps réel des séismes, un autre séisme de même épicentre environ une demi-heure plus tard, à 18:33, de magnitude 4,8. La profondeur de son épicentre était également de 10 km, néanmoins, il n’a pas été enregistré par la Japan Meteorological Agency.


Le minimiser au début et ajouter tranquillement de nouvelles information pour que personne ne le remarque. Tout pour que le troupeau ne s’échappe pas. C’est leur stratégie.

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