Saturday, September 27, 2003

As it turns out, the earthquake in Japan only caused a few hundred injuries, no major damage. Apparently even though it was VERY powerful, at a final 8.3, it was over 50 miles out to sea and a few miles under the seafloor. The Tsunamis were all under 10' or so and other than some minor flooding there were no problems.

Looks like they dodged that one. The one that leveled Kobe was only a 7.6, as I recall, but it hit directly under the city.

In other news, the new movie trailer for Matrix: Revolutions is out today!