Prelude of 2012? The butterfly effects of Japan earthquakes

Several days ago, a 3.8 earthquake hits the Bay Area in San Fracisco. It’s not that scary as some people even didn’t feel it.

However, do you still remember the huge earthquake happening in early March in Japan?

Bufferfly effect has been caused by that huge earthquake as it has global impact.

A earthquake hit Japan, and a stronger one hit everybody’s heart.

Check the following story on Storify.

[<a href=”http://storify.com/sheng_zhou/the-butterfly-effect-caused-by&#8221; target=”blank”>View the story “Prelude of 2012? The butterfly effect of Japan earthquakes” on Storify]</a>

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