If you thought today's news couldn't be any more shocking, prepare for a slight shock upgrade - the quake that's rocked Japan was actually a 9.0 on the Richter Scale. The most powerful in Japanese history. [New Scientist]
Japan's Quake Actually A Stunning 9.0
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