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Offline Marion

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Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
« Reply #30 on: Yesterday at 06:50:36 PM »
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  • Thank you Marion . My defective mind does remember Indonesia and Fukushima- was it 250,000 dead?
    Quite a horror show

    You were talking about explosives!
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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #31 on: Yesterday at 06:54:07 PM »
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  • Do you suggest to make Florida disappear using explosives? Florida plus much more? As shown on your map?

    You watched too many bad Hollywood horror movies, and are detached from reality.
    No..... I mean explosives could be placed in the volcano crevasse to encourage the inevitable......but the kind people running the world would never be so evil, I'm sure.
    There is an (unproven) theory that the Indonesian tsunami was caused by a nuke placed in between irregularly shifted tectonic plates in the Indian Ocean. I guess anything is possible.
    I submit that most "acts of God" are really works of satan these days.


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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #32 on: Yesterday at 07:01:54 PM »
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  • Tsunami horror predictions are junk science.

    Not necessarily.  We had a tsunami kill about 237,000 people after the Sumatra earthquake.

    What's concerning now about La Palma is that there are many different openings coming out in different places ... which suggests a lot of pressure over a wide area.  This could lead to a much larger eruption.  Today's eruption took everyone by surprised in that it usually takes weeks before the earthquakes swarms turn into an eruption.

    For all we know, the entire island could blow up.

    Some people have tried to interpret this as the Book of Revelation where a burning mountain went into the sea and killed about 1/3 of the inhabitants.  Now, the East Coast of the US is so heavily populated that this could end up being the case.  Who knows, right?

    In any case, it's worth keeping an eye on.

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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #33 on: Yesterday at 07:05:52 PM »
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  • Do you suggest to make Florida disappear using explosives? Florida plus much more? As shown on your map?

    You watched too many bad Hollywood horror movies, and are detached from reality.

    Well, Florida is of extremely low elevation, the lowest in the United States, so that's why the map shows it submerged by a tsunami.  In terms of explosives, she's speculating that someone could deliberately set off explosives to jar loose that land mass that would cause the tsunami.  I mean, it wouldn't be the first time the powers that be would have used explosives (cf. 9/11).

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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #34 on: Yesterday at 07:10:06 PM »
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  • Well, Florida is of extremely low elevation, the lowest in the United States, so that's why the map shows it submerged by a tsunami.  In terms of explosives, she's speculating that someone could deliberately set off explosives to jar loose that land mass that would cause the tsunami.  I mean, it wouldn't be the first time the powers that be would have used explosives (cf. 9/11).

    Lol. The map says "50 meters tsunami wave". :fryingpan:
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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #35 on: Yesterday at 07:11:44 PM »
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  • Josefa, you hugely overstimate the capabilities of the powers that be.
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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #36 on: Yesterday at 09:30:37 PM »
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  • Not necessarily.  We had a tsunami kill about 237,000 people after the Sumatra earthquake.

    What's concerning now about La Palma is that there are many different openings coming out in different places ... which suggests a lot of pressure over a wide area.  This could lead to a much larger eruption.  Today's eruption took everyone by surprised in that it usually takes weeks before the earthquakes swarms turn into an eruption.

    For all we know, the entire island could blow up.

    Some people have tried to interpret this as the Book of Revelation where a burning mountain went into the sea and killed about 1/3 of the inhabitants.  Now, the East Coast of the US is so heavily populated that this could end up being the case.  Who knows, right?

    In any case, it's worth keeping an eye on.
    I'm just going to be a raging idiot here and ask --- this 50-meter wave, granted, it would be one big son-of-a-gun, but how long would it keep those coastal areas under water?  What would those areas look like after it subsides?  And how long would that take?  Are there precedents for a wave that big, in heavily populated areas?

    This reminds me of an old episode of Family Affair I saw when I was a kid.  I was minorly freaked out by it:

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0576826/

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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #37 on: Yesterday at 09:36:33 PM »
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  • Some news



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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #38 on: Yesterday at 09:37:00 PM »
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  • Russia has weapons were they set off undersea nukes which cause massive tidal waves.  It was in the news a year ago. These weapons also predicted by Alois Ihrmeir.  

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    Re: Tsunami Watch for East Coast
    « Reply #39 on: Today at 12:50:01 AM »
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  • Josefa, you hugely overstimate the capabilities of the powers that be.
    I doubt if I could overestimate the highest angelic intelligence of a fallen nature . Look at where we are now . 2 years ago we would have all said it was not possible.
    Must be a complete satanic interface with “TPTB” at this time.


     

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