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Meanwhile, some 40,000 military and police are combing the northeastern region which had been swamped by last month′s tsunami. Among what they are searching in earnest for are caches of money. An estimated $350 Billion Yen is believed to be buried among hundreds of thousands of small, private safes, as many Japanese do not keep their money in banks. So far, tens of millions of Yen have been turned over to police. The U.S. Navy announced today of a marine warning due to a massive debris field floating across the Pacific Ocean. The Navy reports the debris consists of shattered homes, cars and even severed human feet still wearing shoes. Oceanographers estimate that it could take between 1-3 years before the field reaches the West Coast of the United States, and could cover thousands of square miles, making it a major navigation hazard.

Today′s 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Japan comes exactly one month after the devastating 9.0 earthquake and tsunami wreaked havoc in Japan. Recovery efforts are still woefully lacking in Japan for the March 11 event. The Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant did experience a brief loss of power during today′s earthquake. The government in Tokyo has ordered residents within 20 miles of the plant to evacuate in the next 30 days.

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