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Ships in the Cities (32 pics)

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  • 22 Mar, 2011  |
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Spectacular aftermath of tsunamis and floods.

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№1 Author: eMMede (22 Mar 2011 03:05) Total user comments: 291


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giant ships.. 15 20
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№2 Author: velio70 (22 Mar 2011 03:40) Total user comments: 1729


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unreal
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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (22 Mar 2011 04:38) Total user comments: 2414


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Thats a bitch slap of truth right their.
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№4 Author: astroboy3000 (22 Mar 2011 08:10) Total user comments: 2543


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not "their", but instead "there"
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№5 Author: Lord Dodo (22 Mar 2011 11:10) Total user comments: 2064


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if it wasn't that horrible, it would be kinda funny 11
All wishes and prayers to japan
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№6 Author: Gyselinck (22 Mar 2011 14:02) Total user comments: 3133


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One question... What are they going to do with the very big ship ? How can they put it in the water ?

Like pictures 4 or 14... If the sea was far ? Did they destroy them ?

ANSWER ME PLEASE...
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Good luke Japan !!
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№7 Author: Cacabit (22 Mar 2011 16:11) Total user comments: 821


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Waoow !
That could be use as houses .

Be strong Japan .
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№8 Author: mahedi (22 Mar 2011 19:37) Total user comments: 10772


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Pic-11
Poor car trying to save his live but fail
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№9 Author: Pilgrim (22 Mar 2011 21:11) Total user comments: 2288


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DAMN!
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№10 Author: Lu (22 Mar 2011 21:21) Total user comments: 15100


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Unbelievable. Smaller vessels, ok, but those big tankers. . eish!
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№11 Author: fairmania (23 Mar 2011 00:07) Total user comments: 1436


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A small reminder of the terrific power in those waves that day. All the greater hindrance to the clear-up, having to get hundreds, of in a few cases, thousands of tonnes of ships out the way and maybe back into the water.

A couple of those small bulkers will probably end up being chopped up just to get them cleared.

Mother Nature is certainly a cruel mistress.
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№12 Author: raymond.wendt (23 Mar 2011 00:25) Total user comments: 9115


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fairmania,
I agree, they will likely be chopped up into manageable size pieces and placed in the ocean to form man-made reefs.

Even if they could somehow get them in the ocean whole, there is probably too much structural damage for them to be seaworthy again...

But, that's just two cents from a young Sailor....
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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (23 Mar 2011 13:29) Total user comments: 10400


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Van in a boat... boat in a building... wow... mother nature U scary.
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№14 Author: michael john (23 Mar 2011 21:43) Total user comments: 154


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.....well there's your problem!
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