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Canary Islands Somewhere over the next stretch of time, New Yorkers will have to deal with a HUGE tidal wave of a Tsunami The mega- tidal wave.

 
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Try to surf this: a wave almost twice as tall as the Empire State Building, and traveling faster than an airplane, at a breathtaking 700 kilometers per hour. Enough to give you the creeps, right? Well, it should. For the question is not so much if such a massive wave will one day slosh across the oceans -- but when.

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A Wave of Destruction Will
Destroy America's East Coast
By Ian Gurney

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Recently, scientists have realised that the next Mega Tsunami is likely to begin on one of the Canary Islands, off the coast of North Africa, where a wall of water will one day race across the entire Atlantic Ocean at the speed of a jet airliner to devastate the east coast of the United States, the Caribbean and Brazil.

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2011-09-29 14:42:53.5 27.64 N 18.08 W 14 ML 3.6 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 14:42:53.5 27.64 N 18.08 W 14 ML 3.2 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 14:33:27.7 27.67 N 18.06 W 16 ML 3.1 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 14:32:49.1 27.67 N 18.07 W 16 ML 2.5 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 13:45:49.9 27.68 N 18.07 W 14 ML 2.5 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 13:33:04.3 27.68 N 18.08 W 18 ML 2.5 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 13:16:15.5 27.66 N 18.06 W 14 ML 2.6 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 13:16:15.5 27.66 N 18.06 W 14 ML 2.6 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 13:09:23.9 27.66 N 18.07 W 16 ML 2.5 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 04:56:25.1 27.63 N 18.01 W 11 ML 3.1 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION MAD
2011-09-29 04:56:23.0 27.42 N 18.13 W 10 ML 3.0 M CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION IMP
2011-09-29 04:56:22.1 27.63 N 18.01 W 11 ML 3.0 M+ CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION INFO
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"Since July 16th there have been 8,100 reported earthquakes at El Hiero region" Says IGN
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"Since July 16th there have been 8,100 reported earthquakes at El Hiero region" Says IGN
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because la palma is the one everyone THINKS will cause it, no-one is paying any attention to El hierro, an island that has slumped FOUR times in the last one million years.

very clever, tptb, very fucking clever.
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80-Ft.-High Tsunami, Atlantic Coast
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A massive collapse of Cumbre Vieja in the Canary Islands would cause a tsunami to radiate all the way across the Atlantic Ocean to the East Coast. PHOTOGRAPH BY J. SCHWAKE/ALAMY

Cumbre Vieja, the most active volcano in the Canary Islands, lurches as a violent earthquake wracks its upper slopes. A third of the mountain breaks away and plunges into the Atlantic Ocean, pushing up a dome of water nearly 3000 ft. high. They don't yet know it, but tens of millions of Americans from Key West, Fla., to South Lubec, Maine, have just 9 hours to escape with their lives.

The collapse of Cumbre Vieja unleashes a train of enormous waves traveling at jetliner speed. The first slam into nearby islands, then the African mainland. By the time they reach the East Coast of North America, the waves are up to 80 ft. high, and in low-lying areas, sweep several miles inland.

When tsunamis strike the United States, it is usually Hawaii or Alaska that take the hit. But topography and population density put the East Coast in a special risk category. “More Easterners are exposed to potential tsunamis--from the Canary Islands or the Cape Verde Islands--than the people on the West Coast, which has a steep coastline and few lowlands,” says Steven Ward, a geophysicist at the University of California, Santa Cruz. A Cumbre Vieja eruption in 1949 opened a mile-long, 20-ft.-deep fissure near the crest, forcing the volcano's western face to slump several feet. A 1971 eruption didn't budge it.

Marine geologists at Southampton Oceanography Center in Great Britain have a different take. They conclude the volcano would collapse in stages-- at worst threatening nearby islands. Ward calculates only a 5 percent chance Cumbre Vieja will trigger a tsunami in a given century, but that when it does a chunk of earth 15 miles long, 9 miles wide and nearly 1 mile thick will plunge into the sea--a landslide 250 times larger than the collapse of Mount St. Helens.

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"Since July 16th there have been 8,100 reported earthquakes at El Hiero region" Says IGN
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because la palma is the one everyone THINKS will cause it, no-one is paying any attention to El hierro, an island that has slumped FOUR times in the last one million years.

very clever, tptb, very fucking clever.
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Indeed.
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ALERT: Canary Islands Volcano Suddenly Highly Active;

‘Hierro’, a volcano, an island of the Canary Islands of Spain named ‘El Hierro’, summits at 1500 meters (4,900 feet), and has suddenly become highly active with more than 700 earthquakes in just a matter of days – leading some to believe that ‘something’ is about to happen.

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POSTULATED COLLAPSES OF STRATOVOLCANOES AND PURPORTED THREAT OF MEGA TSUNAMI GENERATION;

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Stratovolcanoes in the Canary, Cape Verde, Hawaiian, Reunion, and other oceanic islands , show common constructional and structural features, such as rift zones, progressive slope instability and past flank gravitational collapses (Carracedo, 1999; Moore et al, 1989, 1994, 1995; Moore & Clague 1992; Moore & Chadwick, 1995). At least ten major flank collapses have occurred in the Canary Island chain in the past million years. Based on this, it was estimated that a major collapse can occur somewhere in the Canaries every 10,000 years or so (Day et al. 1999). The volcano of Cumbre Vieja on the island of La Palma was identified as unstable and as a likely site for a major collapse that would presumably generate a mega tsunami (Ward & Day, 2001).

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Scientists warn of massive wave.

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While stressing that there is no indication it could happen soon, Atlantic coastlines in Europe, Africa and the Americas are under threat from a monster wave of Hollywood -- even Biblical -- proportions, scientists have warned.

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it's like they vomit mega destruction, isn't it?

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it's like they vomit mega destruction, isn't it?

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Sure does seem that way. They should prevent this by possibly setting off charges to reduce the amount of the landslide.
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Lethal shockwave from an island in the sun

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Volcanic activity on the Canary Isles could send a tidal wave to devastate Florida. Phillip Henry monitors the changing shape of La Paima
The Independent - Monday 24th June 1996

It reads like the plot from a disaster movie. Florida is devastated by a tidal wave tens of metres high. The destruction and loss of life is immeasurable. The wave which caused so much devastation crossed the Atlantic in just a few hours, unseen until it reached the American coast. Its source is an unstable geological fault on the Canary Isles, more usually thought of as an idyllic holiday destination of thousands of European tourists than as the cause of disaster.

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Last Landslide occurred over 550,000 years ago.
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El Hierro at risk of volcanic explosion - 29th September: 3.45pm;

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EXPERTS HAVE recorded 150 tremors on the smallest of the Canary Islands, El Hierro, since yesterday, sparking fears of an imminent earthquake and volcanic eruption. The last eruption in 1793 continued for one month.


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Earthquakes at El Hiero location could set off landslide on any of the Islands in the vicinity. Especially La Palma.
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"Dr Day said: "The collapse will occur during some future eruption after days or weeks of precursory deformation and earthquakes."

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"Dr Day said: "The collapse will occur during some future eruption after days or weeks of precursory deformation and earthquakes."

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Which is exactly what we are seeing right now.
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Go back as far as you like here;

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Notice all the seismic activity at Canary Island region.
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"Dr Day said: "The collapse will occur during some future eruption after days or weeks of precursory deformation and earthquakes."

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damned
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Which is exactly what we are seeing right now.
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The articles and simulation(s) chiefly concern themselves with La Palma. Presently, it is a the smaller island at the end of the chain, correct?
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"Dr Day said: "The collapse will occur during some future eruption after days or weeks of precursory deformation and earthquakes."

[link to articles.cnn.com]
damned
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Which is exactly what we are seeing right now.
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The articles and simulation(s) chiefly concern themselves with La Palma. Presently, it is a the smaller island at the end of the chain, correct?
 Quoting: AlterEgo


Yes. But IMHO any seismic activity in that region is a threat to all the islands and could cause a landslide on any of them.
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Wasn't there a history channel show on possibe mega-disasters & one of the stories was on LaPalma & how it's just a question of when NOT if it will crumble into the ocean which will cause a east coast tsunami & not enough time (impossible) to evacuate
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"Dr Day said: "The collapse will occur during some future eruption after days or weeks of precursory deformation and earthquakes."

[link to articles.cnn.com]
damned
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Which is exactly what we are seeing right now.
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The articles and simulation(s) chiefly concern themselves with La Palma. Presently, it is a the smaller island at the end of the chain, correct?
 Quoting: AlterEgo


Yes. But IMHO any seismic activity in that region is a threat to all the islands and could cause a landslide on any of them.
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...and potentially the vulcanism could also start occuring on the other islands as well? They must be somehow all connected to the same magma chamber that formed the island chain- or is that a stretch? I vaguely remember reading this somewhere.
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Wasn't there a history channel show on possibe mega-disasters & one of the stories was on LaPalma & how it's just a question of when NOT if it will crumble into the ocean which will cause a east coast tsunami & not enough time (impossible) to evacuate
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Yes there was. There are obvious signs on that cliff they expect to collapse into the Ocean.
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bump for later. . . .good thread. . . .
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Which is exactly what we are seeing right now.
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The articles and simulation(s) chiefly concern themselves with La Palma. Presently, it is a the smaller island at the end of the chain, correct?
 Quoting: AlterEgo


Yes. But IMHO any seismic activity in that region is a threat to all the islands and could cause a landslide on any of them.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


...and potentially the vulcanism could also start occuring on the other islands as well? They must be somehow all connected to the same magma chamber that formed the island chain- or is that a stretch? I vaguely remember reading this somewhere.
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I don't need scientific proof that they are all connected underground. They must be part of an underground lava chute that opens at various points on the surface, those islands being them.
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bump for later. . . .good thread. . . .
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Thanks George B.
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bump for later. . . .good thread. . . .
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Thanks George B.
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Your best guess. . . Probability of significant island slide into the Atlantic ocean and devastating tidal wave in next 5yrs? . . . coffee4
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