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Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands

 
Spirit Of Truth
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Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
El Hierro doesn't cause tsunamis.

The volcano that causes tsunamis is Cumbre Vieja, of Isla de La Palma in the Canary Islands.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
El Hierro doesn't cause tsunamis.

The volcano that causes tsunamis is Cumbre Vieja, of Isla de La Palma in the Canary Islands.
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That's what I thought as well, but upon further research I found that EL Hierro has a history of causing landslides and megatsunamis. The last major occurrence was ~50,000 years ago.

Google "El Golfo" and "mega tsunami".
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
I must say, given the "doomsayer" character of this forum, it is quite surprising there are no pinned threads on this topic. From a contrarian standpoint, this is actually somewhat alarming.
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Spirit Of Truth 1144016


Do we have any confirmation that the volcano has gone off? If so it's about time. I suggest pin so that everyone can come in to this thread and confirm whether this is occurring and get more info on the eruption. I'm seeing people posting pictures of the eruption...
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
Here is a picture that was supposedly submitted tonight by someone in the area of the volcano. This is supposedly one of the first pictures of the eruption on El Hierro:

[link to imageshack.us]
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Spirit Of Truth 1144016


Do we have any confirmation that the volcano has gone off? If so it's about time. I suggest pin so that everyone can come in to this thread and confirm whether this is occurring and get more info on the eruption. I'm seeing people posting pictures of the eruption...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1974036


I'm not aware of an eruption occurring at this point.

One can keep updated via Twitter, but it helps if you speak Spanish:

[link to twitter.com]

BTW, for those who doubt that El Hierro poses a risk for a landslide and megatsunami, here is an image for the historical record of the Canary Islands:

[link to rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org]
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
Here is a picture that was supposedly submitted tonight by someone in the area of the volcano. This is supposedly one of the first pictures of the eruption on El Hierro:

[link to imageshack.us]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1974036


I'm not able to find any news of an active eruption on El Hierro.
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I must say, given the "doomsayer" character of this forum, it is quite surprising there are no pinned threads on this topic. From a contrarian standpoint, this is actually somewhat alarming.
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That's just because you missed this thread:

Thread: Best El Hierro Thread On GLP - Canary Islands - ACTIVITY HAS RETURNED - AGAIN!

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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
I must say, given the "doomsayer" character of this forum, it is quite surprising there are no pinned threads on this topic. From a contrarian standpoint, this is actually somewhat alarming.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1144016


That's just because you missed this thread:

Thread: Best El Hierro Thread On GLP - Canary Islands - ACTIVITY HAS RETURNED - AGAIN!

cool2
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Found it. Thanks!
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
El Hierro doesn't cause tsunamis. There is nothing do go down, after previous kaboom.
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[link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]

WOW

If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
Bull shit.

El Hierro can't cause any tsunami. Only Cumbre Vieja can. Cumbre Vieja is another volcano in the Canary islands. And Cumbre Vieja is not "about to blow".
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
Bull shit.

El Hierro can't cause any tsunami. Only Cumbre Vieja can. Cumbre Vieja is another volcano in the Canary islands. And Cumbre Vieja is not "about to blow".
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So AC ... do you just lurk around all these posts and say bullshit to everything ????


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A 3.9 earhthquake is a very usual thing. Dozens of those earthquakes happen every day in diferent parts of the world.
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
Bull shit.

El Hierro can't cause any tsunami. Only Cumbre Vieja can. Cumbre Vieja is another volcano in the Canary islands. And Cumbre Vieja is not "about to blow".
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Last time I blew was because of a woman called Cumbin Viegina
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Spirit Of Truth 1144016


THIS is Theory folks...

That is all it is....
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
[link to youtu.be]
This is an animation of a tsunami from La Palma hitting Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.

It doesn't show how far inland the water would go... does anyone know of a simulation that shows this?
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
If there's ever news of a massive landslide in the Canary Islands, likely in association with a volcanic eruption, the entire U.S. East Coast will have about 6-8 hours to evacuate inland before a potential megatsunami hits which means a tidal wave possibly hundreds of feet high. This is a little known natural disaster threat that is now becoming all too close for comfort as a volcanic eruption appears imminent on the El Hierro island that triggered a megatsunami ~50,000 years ago.

See - [link to thespiritoftruth.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Spirit Of Truth 1144016



6-8 hours? At least that's some warning for those on the east coast who are watching. But, many would die as there is no way even half could be evacuated from the major metro areas.
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
i read you ha 6-8 hours to evaculate inland and tat a tsunami could be as high as 300 feet...i would tart making evacuation plnas now so you or your amily will be ready just in case...
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Re: Potential U.S. East Coast Megatsunami - Possible Volcanic Eruption On El Hierro In Canary Islands
"..6-8 hours to evaculate inland." so y'er sayin we should attack Iran.? ogrrr

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