You misread that, sorry. I understand you are concerned but you need to keep a level head. You also need to keep to more than 1 source of news, it helps to keep bias out of what you read.
Also, you know what causes Tsunamis right? So why would there be another?
Originally Posted by The Guardian
• A very alarming tsunami warning this morning now appears to be a false alarm. Sirens along the coast sounded and television and radio alerts said officials had warned of a wave up to three metres high. The Japanese meteorological agency is now saying they believe it to be a false alarm and that there was no sign of a quake large enough to trigger a tsunami, although broadcaster NHK is apparently reporting that a helicopter pilot observed a large incoming wave.
Multiple sources cited. Boo. Yah. Like I said, fortunately it appears that they have been false alarms, but one can hardly blame the region for being more then a little twitchy about this incident. There have been several powerful aftershocks, so while another tsunami is highly unlikely, it is not impossible.
Besides, I was agreeing it was a false alarm, but SuperLink was not entirely incorrect when he posted his red alert of there being a tsunami watch.