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Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
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Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
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On this day in 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake devastates the Caribbean island nation of Haiti. The quake, which was the strongest to strike the region in more than 200 years, left over 200,000 people dead and some 895,000 Haitians homeless.


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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
The Haitian Embassy in Washington will hold a moment of silence to honor those who died in the earthquake.
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Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 07:56 PM)
On this day in 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake devastates the Caribbean island nation of Haiti. The quake, which was the strongest to strike the region in more than 200 years, left over 200,000 people dead and some 895,000 Haitians homeless.


http://www.history.com/this-day-in-histo...ikes-haiti

when a 7.0 quake kills 200K people you can be certain that the local building codes are enforced to shithole nation standards.

Only 63 people died in the 89 6.9 Loma Prieta quake. Even though it toppled one of the major bay bridge approaches.
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Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 07:56 PM)
On this day in 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake devastates the Caribbean island nation of Haiti. The quake, which was the strongest to strike the region in more than 200 years, left over 200,000 people dead and some 895,000 Haitians homeless.


http://www.history.com/this-day-in-histo...ikes-haiti

when a 7.0 quake kills 200K people you can be certain that the local building codes are enforced to shithole nation standards.

Only 63 people died in the 89 6.9 Loma Prieta quake. Even though it toppled one of the major bay bridge approaches.

Knock off the brainwashed Trumpwellian tard speak.

Fukushima is still causing trouble for the entire world and that incident was caused by a natural disaster comparable to what happened in Haiti.

Is Japan also a shithole?
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Thanks for the pin.
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Look at the conditioning Americans are getting from their dear Leader Trump.

Don't take a moment of silence to honor those lost during a horrible event.

Use the day to rally up the hate speech and label decent people with political names.
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Overview of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake

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THE MAIN SHOCK AND AFTERSHOCKS
The 12 January 2010 event occurred at 04:53:10 p.m. local time. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicenter at 18.44 N, 72.57 W, which placed the event 25 km WSW of Port-au-Prince, on or near the Enriquillo Fault. The estimated depth was 13 km, but the lack of local seismic data made the precise depth uncertain. The USGS assigned a horizontal uncertainty of þ= 3.4 km. The first-motion focal mechanism (ref) for the main shock indicated left-lateral oblique-slip on an east–west oriented fault. However, there was
clear evidence of coastal uplift north of the Enriquillo Fault (Hayes et al. 2010) as well as vertical ground deformation imaged by interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) data. These observations require significant slip on a nearby reverse fault (Figure 2).

The fi-nite fault model by Hayes et al. (2010) showed slip on three fault planes and satisfies seismologic, geodetic, and geological observations. This model showed a maximum slip of 3.5 m on the reverse fault (Figure 3). The earthquake source zone (i.e., the surface area of the fault that slipped) was quite compact, with a down-dip dimension of approximately 15 km
and an along-strike dimension of close to 40 km. This source dimension is about two-thirds the size of a typical Mw 7.0 earthquake. The earthquake rupture was very abrupt and sharp; maximum moment release occurred in the first 4–8 seconds of the fault slip, and 80% of the moment release occurred in 12–14 seconds (Hayes et al. 2010).

The main shock was followed within 20 minutes by two large aftershocks with moment magnitudes of 6.0 and 5.7, respectively. Eight days after the main shock, on 20 January 2010, a Mw 5.9 aftershock occurred. Overall, the early aftershock sequence from this earthquake was three times more productive than a typical aftershock sequence in California.



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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:22 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:06 PM)
when a 7.0 quake kills 200K people you can be certain that the local building codes are enforced to shithole nation standards.

Only 63 people died in the 89 6.9 Loma Prieta quake. Even though it toppled one of the major bay bridge approaches.

Knock off the brainwashed Trumpwellian tard speak.

Fukushima is still causing trouble for the entire world and that incident was caused by a natural disaster comparable to what happened in Haiti.

Is Japan also a shithole?
It is now, since they built a nuclear power plant right on a major faultline that is now melting down and dumping millions of tons of radioactive water into the ocean.

We must belong to groups that have clearly defined beliefs. Any stray from those beliefs will get you expelled from the group. Our only goal in life is to be a part of that group, so just give up your brain and start posting mainstream media links.
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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:25 PM)
Look at the conditioning Americans are getting from their dear Leader Trump.

Don't take a moment of silence to honor those lost during a horrible event.

Use the day to rally up the hate speech and label decent people with political names.

Let the dead bury the dead.

https://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-1533-post-50238.html
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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:22 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:06 PM)
when a 7.0 quake kills 200K people you can be certain that the local building codes are enforced to shithole nation standards.

Only 63 people died in the 89 6.9 Loma Prieta quake. Even though it toppled one of the major bay bridge approaches.

Knock off the brainwashed Trumpwellian tard speak.

Fukushima is still causing trouble for the entire world and that incident was caused by a natural disaster comparable to what happened in Haiti.

Is Japan also a shithole?

The Fukushima quake was a 9.0 mag, or approx 256 times as powerful as the Port O Prince quake.

Knock off the PCtard censorship. It makes you look triggered.
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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:25 PM)
Look at the conditioning Americans are getting from their dear Leader Trump.

Don't take a moment of silence to honor those lost during a horrible event.

Use the day to rally up the hate speech and label decent people with political names.

It was eight f*cking years ago. The only reason this is even reported is because the media is giving Haiti a nod as one of the "shithole countries" in their fake news narrative. Who is the insensitive one again?

Be honest for once and proclaim that you don't give two shits about Haiti. You'd actually gain some cred. Try it. It might feel good.
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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:25 PM)
Look at the conditioning Americans are getting from their dear Leader Trump.

Don't take a moment of silence to honor those lost during a horrible event.

Use the day to rally up the hate speech and label decent people with political names.

bs characterizations.
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RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
How much did the Clintons pillage from Haiti?
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teach RE: Today marks the 8th anniversary of the Haitian quake
Dessert Spoon  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:22 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2018 08:06 PM)
when a 7.0 quake kills 200K people you can be certain that the local building codes are enforced to shithole nation standards.

Only 63 people died in the 89 6.9 Loma Prieta quake. Even though it toppled one of the major bay bridge approaches.

Knock off the brainwashed Trumpwellian tard speak.

Fukushima is still causing trouble for the entire world and that incident was caused by a natural disaster comparable to what happened in Haiti.

Is Japan also a shithole?

Isn't the difference that Japan recovered, and their people are not trying to escape to America.
Germany was so destroyed that people were literally wandering in a daze, but with help (Marshal plan) they became the most prosperous nation in the EU.
We have sent materials, doctor, construction workers, engineers, road crews, money, and there is nothing to show for it.
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