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The Indian ocean tsunami (earthquake magnitude 9.1-9.3) had an initial surge of 33 meters and killed about 230,000 people. The 2011 Japan tsunami (9.0) had a height of 10 meters and 20,000 people were killed or missing.

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They're already reusing as much as they can. The Japanese are not a wasteful people.

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