NYT article worht reading

worth a read ... Okushiri Journal: In Japan, a Rebuilt Island Serves as a Cautionary Tale
OKUSHIRI, Japan — On the night of July 12, 1993, the remote island of Okushiri was ripped apart by a huge earthquake and tsunami that now seem an eerie harbinger of the much larger disaster that struck northeastern Japan last March. Islanders still recall with horror how a wall of frothing black water raced out of the darkness to consume entire communities, leaving almost 200 people dead. 
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