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Is Google contributing to relief charities for the traffic this disaster porn will generate?

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@get yep out of sight out of mind mentality. it good to show the rest of the world can see what damage a disaster this size can do. if your going to view a country then you need to see all its locations good and bad.

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I love Google.

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It's admirable deed. Not everyone can contribute to Fukushima like Google.

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Google... almost everywhere.

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@Get Real That's a bit uncalled for. Google put a lot of time and resources into disaster relief, communications, technology and fund raising for Japan.

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“We want this Street View imagery to become a permanent record of what happened to Namie-machi in the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.”

I also hope it shows the entire world how truly despicable the Japanese government is.

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It's too lonely and creepy, it's literally a wasteland out there. You can see the spots where houses and homes used to be.

Also, we can see the extent (or lack thereof) of the waste disposal and recovery of the town.

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