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QJapan Tsunami headed towards west coast?

Since the tsunami and 8.9 earthquake hit Japan a few days ago , people have been saying that it's supposed to be traveling to the west coast . I live in Seattle and were long overdue for a big one , is it true that the earthquake moves along this path with the earthquake , or is it just all hype caused by mass panic ? And if it is true no longer be here ?
Also what would be the global consequences of the three power plants in Japan nucleur going through a crisis?

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#1stevie!Answered at 2012-11-24 13:50:36
If you are going to get nothing had beaten within 24 hours after the earthquake . There is nothing to worry about ( : and earthquakes not travel from Earth consists peices if .
#2BRAD M.Answered at 2013-01-05 00:02:37
We hit the west coast ...... You should pay more attention ....
#3Kai :)Answered at 2013-02-19 20:06:44
Already beaten on Saturday and at 08.04 and 08.21 in Hawaii and the West Coast a little later that the reports , little or no damage at all, because the waves are weakened during travel . All tsunami warnings have been lifted . Unless there is another tectonic plate shifting and popping out of seawater will happen close to the United States , there is no event that is Japan Tsunami related . The nuclear explosion on the other hand is something else and the
#4PeticaAnswered at 2013-04-01 23:42:11
#5DUH!!!!Answered at 2013-07-21 00:28:43
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#6Student56Answered at 2013-08-01 23:59:33
The tsunami has already impacted with the west coast of the United States. I think it was about 12^15 hours after the actual impact in Japan. One person was reported killed in California.
#7ShreyaAnswered at 2013-08-28 23:48:31
The tsunami already hit the West Coast on Friday. I'm in southern California, and I watched it come in. It was just a little one.
Earthquakes don't travel like that across the sea. Don't worry.
The tsunami hit Washington also, but perhaps it wasn't noticeable in Puget Sound, being sheltered by the peninsula.
It actually killed a man in northern California, where it was stronger; he was on a sandbar at the mouth of the Klamath River, the idiot, and was swept away.
I would guess that this is the first foreign earthquake that has killed an American on American soil. Impressive.
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