Now I know why earthquakes aren’t predictable.

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The following footage shows data collected by the Japanese. It’s a so-called earthquake visualisation map, and the emphasis is around the big earthquake from last year, which caused a tsunami and the fukushima nuclear disaster. I tried finding a pattern leading up to the big quake, but if scientists can’t do that in a century, I certainly can’t do that in a few minutes. The video starts at around one minute, I suggest turning up your volume to hear the best dubstep ever.

Let’s see if you can spot the time when the big earthquake takes place. Happy hunting.

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