Goodbye East Coast and Florida............

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  1. ABikerSailor
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    Seems that there has been some very significant activity over in the Canary Islands as of late.........

    Rising Volcanic Activity Prompts Evacuations On El Hierro, The Canary Islands - Irish Weather Online

    But..........what does this have to do with the East Coast? Glad you asked...............

    Scientists Warn Of Massive Tidal Wave From Canary Island Volcano

    If you live east of the Appalachian mountains, I'd possibly consider an address change, because when this thing goes, it's gonna take out all of Florida and possibly up to 250 miles inland.

    Wonder how soon it's going to happen? Remember.......this thing has just gone active and there is proof that there is a big chunk of the island that is going to slide off when it does. Part of the island has already started to rise.
     
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    Those Tsunamis in Japan back in March were pretty scary. There would still be 12 hours to prepare though.
     
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    Great, something else to worry about now.
     
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    The Canary Islands were once the mountaintops of Atlantis.

    True story.

    Google: S.S. Jesmond if you don't believe me
     
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    Well, it happens or it doesn't.

    Here on the west coast there are Tsunami warning systems in place. You go to any resort town along Oregon's coast there are tsunami warning systems and signs on what to do if one is on the way

    I would assume there are similar systems on the east coast as well.

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    Actually, Atlantis has been found, and it's in a marsh/desert in Spain, just off of the Mediterranean coast.

    History Channel just ran a special about it.
     
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    Only problem is........that wave is gonna be around 150 ft. high and traveling at around 500 miles per hour.
     
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    Hell, 12 hours would not even begin to be enough time to evacuate the Florida Peninsula and once those waves hit, there wouldn't be much to keep them from going all the way to Texas! :razz:

    A couple of buildings here and there, but not much else.

    The highest point in Florida in 345' above sea level and it is on the panhandle.

    Immie
     
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    Well that wave that hit Thailand was about 90' tall (I a have seen you tube video where the wave went up four stories in thailand.) So I think a wave of over 90' to as far as 150 would be planned for. I have seen evac route signs at pretty high places and kind of far inland.
     
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    I was worried until I saw your tsunami link was rense.
     

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