Crazy video of ground splitting open after Japanese quake (Video)

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  • BigDingo

    The unreal power of nature. Best of wishes to all those affected. I hope they are able to get those nuclear plants back under control.

    • Steeb

      hoping things are under control over there too. but apparently the prime minister over there says the power plants are okay….but better news, chris brown has friends in hawaii!

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  • KFC

    when the ground starts going om nom nom you know shiz just got serious. best of luck to those dealing with the quake and tsunami and nukes, really how unlucky can one country be?

  • AAWW Yeah

    Personally, if I'm in that position, and I know I'm on reclaimed land that used to be a bay, I don't see myself sticking around to film it. But that's just me (obviously).

    • @viperspd

      Gas break dip.

    • dub


  • Best

    WOW, THAT IS CRAZY. I hope I am outside if this happens in Socal.

    • turbosmurf

      you mean WHEN this happens in Socal. it's just a matter of time.

  • Yasir_Khan


  • foshizzle

    looks like the ground is breathing

  • Josh Gorter

    at 2:32 where the water starts coming up is pretty surreal.

  • Finkle

    This guy is totally tripping balls! When you see disasters on TV, spare a thought for the stoners there who have to get there head around it. Awesome clip.

  • Wavien

    Wouldn't have the balls to stand around!

  • xXbeermonkeyXx

    it's at times like these we realise the earth is a living thing. like last night, when i got hammered and the ground kissed me on the cheek. left quite a hikey
    *downs another beer*

  • mick

    Sick, kinda puts things in perspective.

  • Anon

    My thoughts go out to Japan. Earthquakes, tsunamis, and on the brink of a nuclear disaster…shit's serious. And we don't need people like that UCLA girl making things worse.

  • davey

    all those ants getting squished.

  • Maynard B.

    A breathing driveway that's really messed up. God be with the Japanese. Oh, and while we're on the subject, fuck you Gilbert Gottfried and your insensitive comments. I'm not sure how you became famous irritating people with your irritating voice. Fucking hater.

  • Cdog

    The liquid a result of liquefaction. Google it, really interesting. We have had a lot of it here in Christchurch. I went to the planaterium this evening and they were discussing how the Christchurch and Japanese earthquakes have slightly altered the earths axis. Not enough to have us spinning out of control but enough to be noticed. Throw in an unstable nuclear powerplant and shit just got serious!

    • Maynard B.

      Yes, it's moved 10 centimeters. Doesn't seem like a lot until you think about the mass of the Earth and how much horsepower it takes to rattle it. I heard stats on CNN that his Japan quake yielded the equivalent power of 17,500 nuclear devices, each rated at 20 megatons. The 9.2 m quake in Alaska (I don't recall the year) slowed the Earth down by 1.25 microseconds. That's a lot over the eons of time.

      • rodrocks

        1964 March I think. I was there and 2 years old.

  • Jarvis

    Demonios!!!!! Eso esta de miedo!!!

    • Nunya

      go back to France with the rest of the Jews!

      • GK-4

        callate pendejo. Ni sabes de que 'stas hablando

      • Cacaman

        it not french you $%?% idiot

      • AAWW Yeah

        I'm so confused by this comment that I don't know where to start. I guess I'll start with the fact that it's Spanish, not French. And why are Jews related to France? Could it be because about 70 years ago, their grandparents (or other generational relative) fled a mass murderer in the neighboring country and sought shelter? Is that what you're referencing? I don't get it.

  • Anon

    Ok. I am from the East Coast of the US and have never experienced an earthquake. Do you really get that used to them that you are as calm as this guy?

    My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan. May God help them.

    • Guest

      Yeah, actually you do. I lived 200 miles north of Sendai for three years and they have earthquakes everyday there. Most you don't feel, but usually you feel a little bit and you do get used to it. I lived through some big ones there and usually life just goes on. With this one, it was the tsunami that caused most of the problems.

  • Urban

    I've never felt a quake but that has to be a weird experience, especially the first time.

  • mRn1ceG13

    i want to see that in real.
    It looks awesome, even it is not awesome for Japan at all..

  • @importantcrap

    Amazing video and best of wishes to the Japanese as they deal with this tragedy.

    I'm just curious as to which methods The Chive has used to donate to the disaster relief?

  • Terry Burke

    i would not be standing any were near that crack

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  • Malkintosh22

    He said this was in Tokyo? I thought the east coast of Japan was getting hit hard by a tsunami. How are the people there still living their normal lives when the ground could collapse Lord of the Rings style on them?

  • Demmitri

    I dont understand, the earth is still moving? How is that possible?

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