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Lucid Soundz : 0:55 I hope that guy that ran across the bottom right lived

Ajay Singh Chauhan : And the amazing fact is Japan stand again and again and so on... Whether it's a 9.0+ earthquake or tsunami or two nuclear bomb explosions or nuclear power plant disaster, they stand again each and every time. Respect for people of Japan.

TheGamingWave : I just got an ad that said, “Nature is beautiful.”

loveAll : Japanese people are hardworking, intelligent , yet modest, polite and humble. I've always been a big admirer. If we Indians could be like them, we will for sure become a super power. Love from India

Eduardo Orama Del Pilar : Mother nature is too powerful

SoulSlayer615 : January 2019 anyone?

Subham Mondal : Who's still watching it in Aug, 2018? As this was uploaded in 2011

2011yourlife : To the person that reads this, I ask the Lord to bless them and there family, to cure them of every sickness and pain, to fill there emptiness with love, joy and peace, to forgive their sins and to save them. To rebuke the enemy from there lives. FOR WE GIVE THANKS AND GLORY TO THE LORD. IN THE MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS CHRIST AMEN!

Rhibhu Bhattacharjee : But Japan always stands, tall and proud, even after facing thousands of obstacles. Really a different breed. Respect to the Japanese people. Keep inspiring the world.

Ti to : Indonesia and Japan face some earthquake and tsunami because their territory is sensitive to get nature disaster... 😢😢 hope all of us blessed by Our God

アボカドavocado : I’m Japanese.when I was 10,I had hit tsunami.afraid

CHILL FROST : Uploaded, 7years ago.

Priscilla Madaleine : People can climb a rooftop to protect themselves.... But what about animals....??? I wonder how many animals would've died when this great tsunami covered the entire land.... RIP....😨😩😩😩

Harpreet Bedi : Japanese have always taught us how to rebuild and have hope...the most humanly power

KS STYLES : I still remember that day :(

Tyrin Watson : Think of all those babies that could have lost their lives

Avinash Mohan Sharma : Oh God, Japananese people are so peaceful and helping! This shouldn't have happened there! I love Japan😭

Lucía Salvatierra Sáenz : It's incredible. In one second we can lose everything around us!

Jagdish Dhaygude : I feel sorry for Japan and it's people Japan is one the finest country but nature is not in the favor of Japanese Still Japan is one of the leading country LOVE FROM INDIA

follow Jesus! : even today we are still finding things float ashore here on the Oregon coast from this event.

Suigetsu Hōzuki : *Water must be nerfed*

ariana sulia : “nature is serene”, said the ad directly before this video

JoAnn Carbajal : I remember that day I woke up turn on the TV and saw it on the news it was so sad what happened to Japan

adrian huysman : Scary how fast everything is lost.

MIKE : The same thing almost happen to lombok in indonesia.. pray for those who had lost their importances...

Fish Boi : Tnsunami soup... worst thing on the menu

chris : I was hit with a 6 foot high flood in Louisiana last year and that was the scariest thing I've ever been through, but this is just horrific.

Manjunath Mj : This makes me remember 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami which killed many people in my country 😭

Seth Jaden : Can't help but being sad thinking how many lives were lost from this :(

Ryan : Did he say 5 miles per second? So thats 18,000 miles per hour???? That can;t be right....

Vonzell People : God ain't no joke

Nadia N : This is sad and scary

MishuTaste : The same thing happens when Godzilla jumps into the ocean.

Daisy Clark : It’s sad to think that the years it takes to build a life can be gone within a second.

ArvosBlade GT : Pray for Palu

lason ka : Anyone watching this at 2019?

BackOfTheYards 773 : Mother Nature is beautiful,strong and scary all in one.we must respect it

Genaro Flores : 5 miles per second?? 🤔

Jāçkšøñ Ŵøødhøūšē : The worst natural disaster since the 2004 Indian Ocean Boxing Day Tsunami

Brandon Novak : 5 miles per SECOND

iMuhammad Siam : 5 miles a second that's like 18,000 mph,

Ryan M. : This is a literal sign that gods trying to get rid of anime

Eddy : And yet after these tragedy, Japan's building and technology is still better than your country

RockyMtnFuzz : Tsunami soup is dangerous. No joke.

cassi farcas : The Japanese people living on the coast were used to tsunamis and probably expected the walls to protect them like any other time. That's why maybe some didn't go towards a higher ground on time

Azhar Schecter : Japan has sensor buoy in every coastal area, reduce the risk of tsunami, meanwhile in indonesia, buoy is damaged by people and corrupted.

Sneha Nayak : OMG Japan should be save. Many K-pop idols nationality is Japan.

M Haikal : Who watch in 2019?

kevin hermoso : Still watching this on October 2018?

poisiion : Im curious to find what happened after the tsunami was hit like for how long the water stayed until it was all dried