Whether or not you believe 12.12.12 could be false, the earth is still shaky as a strong earthquake hit the coast of northeast Japan just a few moments ago. Fortunately, a city in the region reported that the small tsunami had hit, but no injuries or damages were reported.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the earthquake had a magnitude of 7.3, and struck in the Pacific ocean off the coast of Miyagi prefecture. It also the same region that was hit by the massive earthquake and tsunami last year in March.
Subsequent to the quake which caused buildings in Tokyo to sway for at least several minutes, authorities issued a warning that a tsunami, potentially as high 2.19 yards could hit. However, the The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center reported no risk of a widespread tsunami.
Sources said that Japanese media responded quite aggressively to the quake that they had done in the past, with all channels breaking into their regular programming, warning citizens of the earth quake. Some channels even shared information in multiple languages for the first time. (Source)