It is at the moment
approximately 10:30 p.m. on a Friday evening. This is the 11th of March, 2011. We are looking at a possible tsunami here on
Gugeegue Island, and in the Marshall Islands in general, which is expected to arrive at 11 p.m. It hit 5 p.m. our time here, just off the coast of Japan, in what I believe is Tohoku. I thinks that’s in southern Japan. These facts need to be verified, but
that’s what I understand to be the case. Anyway, we are preparing now on our island, and
on the property–the north end of Gugeegue Island– for a possible strike of the tsunami, and
we’re doing so by preparing the high school… the Catholic high school, and the
public Kwajalein Atoll High School. Both are being prepped for a possible tsunami. So anyway, that’s the situation. I’ll be
taking some photographs of the classroom. Chairs have been moved for sleeping
areas on the second floor of the Catholic school and propane stoves have been set up. So apparently, there is a realization
among the people of…..[potential] disaster. We pray that it doesn’t happen.
That’s the situation. Thank you very much. Gugeegue Island, as well as the other
more than 1,000 islands in the nation, were okay. It was reported in 2015 that there were approximately 16,000 deaths in Japan, and some outside of Japan. Let’s be as safe as we can by taking car of
each other as well as the planet on which we live. Thank you for watching.