What was that coming out of the water in 2011 Japanese tsunami?

Fellowship of the Minds

On March 11, 2011, a 9.1-magnitude, 6-minute earthquake struck just off the northeastern Pacific coast of Japan, which triggered a catastrophic tsunami that decimated towns and villages and took 15,894 lives. All three reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were damaged and melt down.

A video of the tsunami’s roiling water shows something very strange. Beginning at around the 11:00 mark of video, you’ll see in the left of the video, something white floating in the water, then rising from the water, growing bigger, up a house, and dissipating.

Here are screenshots I took, followed by a GIF I had made of the white “thing”.

What do you make of that?

A commenter on the video’s YouTube page, Robert Allsbrook, has an explanation that makes sense to me:

“What looks like a disembodied spirit on the lower left hand of the screen. I have watched this segment back…

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