For every 1000000 views that this video gets, I will donate another $600. I will take screenshots again and post on my site www.higatv.com for proof, when it happens. People keep saying “why don’t you just donate the money instead of trying to get people to view it?” My biggest strength right now is that I’m fortunate enough to have a following. The purpose of this video was not only to support Japan myself, but to encourage others as well. I could have easily donated the money and not made a video about it, but I think its a lot more important to get support from all over the world. I personally can’t donate a million dollars, but if millions of people watch this and decide to chip in, it is possible… I’m just trying to help in the best way that I can. Money Donated so far $6475 3/14 – $600 (honk!) 3/16 – $650 (1 million views) 3/17 – $675 (2 million views) 3/19 – $700 (3 million views) 3/24 – $725 (4 million views) 4/2 – $750 (5 million views) 5/3 – $775 (6 million views) 7/27 – $800 (7 million views) 1/4/12 – $800 (8 million views) Japan America Society Hawaii www.jashawaii.org You can help support as well by making a donation at: www.REDCROSS.org Thank you to Victor Kim www.youtube.com Kevjumba www.youtube.com Chester See www.youtube.com Mike Song www.youtube.com
The UH Saxophone Choir playing A Song for Japan by Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto. In efforts to raise funds for Japan after the disaster of the 2011 Japan Earthquake Tsunami, this song was written for the organization “A Song for Japan” as part of a charity collaboration project. We were asked to upload each performance to YouTube and link to that charity website to encourage all musicians to play this song over and over again. Title of piece: A Song for Japan Composer/Arranger: Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto Conductor: Todd Yukumoto March 12th, 2012 University of Hawaii at Manoa – Orvis Auditorium Previous: Choro Y Tango youtu.be Next: Fanfare for the Common Man (Coming next Sunday!) ——————————————– #TytyMusicSundays East-Japan Earthquake Tsunami Charity www.trombones.jp Tyty Music on Facebook http Tyty Music on Twitter www.twitter.com Tyty Music on Google+ gplus.to Tyty Music on the web www.tytyweb.net Copyright 2012
This is a sonification of the Hawaii 6.1MB earthquake (1/29/2012 02:58:52 GMT). It was made from a seismogram recorded by the global seismic station CNNC in NORTH CAROLINA. Find more at www.flyrok.org.
Targeting CH450 and specifically 6-8 Degrees South Latitude for a possible 6.9 magnitude earthquake. locations that best fit the profile for this event are : Solomon Islands, Southern Regions of Indonesia or Congo/Tanzania Northern hemisphere watch could produce a 6.5 magnitude earthquake during this watch. Areas 36-40 Degrees North Latitude that could be in play for this possible event are : Italy, Greece, Hokkaido Japan or Northern California. Radiation/Ionospheric anomaly’s indicate 20 Degrees North Latitude could receive possible seismic events. These locations are : Hawaii, Taiwan, Puerto Rico or Guatemala Excellent information websites for solar watchers and researchers solarimg.org www.solen.info www.solarmonitor.org sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov helioviewer.org Intro music used is royalty free and created by Kevin MacLeod The spinning world globe at the start of the video is a free program called Earthquake3D The use of images and voice from this video may NOT be used by another party and this video will not mirrored under any circumstances as annotations will be added to the video during each and every watch.