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  1. #11
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    Anyone get pictures. i rode a secret outer bombie in barnegat Nj. 26 miles off the coast, huge slab breaks over shallow aircraft carrier that went down years ago. pics coming soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Isn't there a giant piece of a volcano in the Canaries that's in the right position to send a significant tsunami to the NY area when the landslide occurs?
    that's nothing more than 'conspiracy theory'

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    that's nothing more than 'conspiracy theory'
    Uh oh, didn't mean to ignite another conspiracy battle

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    Very interesting, definitely going to look into those while procrastinating at work today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    that's nothing more than 'conspiracy theory'
    No, it is well known that the side could fall and cause some tsunami waves. Here is a full research paper on the subject: http://wet.kuleuven.be/wetenschapinb...lmatsunami.pdf

    What is conspiracy is that many sites claim that the collapse is extremely likely, and that the waves will be 300 ft high. Scientists only predict larger waves if it collapses in a specific way, but it is unknown whether this is likely to happen. The waves are not predicted to be 300 ft, but rather 10-25 m. Still big waves, but no where near the Armageddon size claimed by some sites.
    There have also been later studies that point to that specific volcano being less of a threat. However, there are still many serious threats out there: http://www.livescience.com/24813-eas...-tsunamis.html
    I think the real issue, is that much of the east coast is completely unprepared for any tsunami like event. Look how the little storm surge from Sandy destroyed the northeast. Imagine what would happen if a 30ft wave rolled in. Even shredmachine couldn't tame that beast.

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    Maybe it's the military testing some underwater detonation device

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    No, it is well known that the side could fall and cause some tsunami waves. Here is a full research paper on the subject: http://wet.kuleuven.be/wetenschapinb...lmatsunami.pdf

    What is conspiracy is that many sites claim that the collapse is extremely likely, and that the waves will be 300 ft high. Scientists only predict larger waves if it collapses in a specific way, but it is unknown whether this is likely to happen. The waves are not predicted to be 300 ft, but rather 10-25 m. Still big waves, but no where near the Armageddon size claimed by some sites.
    There have also been later studies that point to that specific volcano being less of a threat. However, there are still many serious threats out there: http://www.livescience.com/24813-eas...-tsunamis.html
    I think the real issue, is that much of the east coast is completely unprepared for any tsunami like event. Look how the little storm surge from Sandy destroyed the northeast. Imagine what would happen if a 30ft wave rolled in. Even shredmachine couldn't tame that beast.
    where's yer tin hat Mr. Conspirator?

    http://www.setyoufreenews.com/2012/0...-s-east-coast/


    Howz dat feel, chicken little?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    where's yer tin hat Mr. Conspirator?

    http://www.setyoufreenews.com/2012/0...-s-east-coast/


    Howz dat feel, chicken little?
    Did you not read what I wrote: "There have also been later studies that point to that specific volcano being less of a threat."

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    when has that been an issue with your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    when has that been an issue with your comments.
    You didn't read what I wrote, thus you didn't understand (as is the issue with most of our earlier conversations). I never said to fear this thing. I said there are studies that show it could happen, and that conspiracy sites blow it out of proportion. I also said later studies show it might not be an issue to worry about. I also stated that there are other environmental causes of tsunamis that could occur, and that the east coast is mostly unprepared for any events. Are you just looking for something to e-fight over? I not sure what the issue is. Maybe you need a hug?