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"How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"

 
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"How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Thread: Hurricane-Tsunami Dream I had one month ago... Connected to Biblical Tsunami Warning for May 20th?




I got to thinking "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"

Would they tell us? Would they warn people? The guy in the video is absolutely right, no one would make it out of there. They'd be stuck in traffic. The freeways would became a violent free-for-all.

If "they" warned anyone who would it be? All major government agencies, the Navy, the Air Force, the Army? The FBI, the CIA and the NSA? All the important parts needed for continuity of government basically. Still, thats a ton of people to warn and mobilize, even if its only the most important people in those organizations. How could they do it?

What if they do it by warning of an incoming hurricane? They might say its a few days out to minimize public worry. What if the name of this fake, non-existant hurricane is the codeword for those who are meant to receive the warning?

Could that be what I dreamt of?
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
they wouldn't, because they can't

You gotta track this for yourself, because big daddy isn't gonna tell you until all the important people are out of town

The traffic jams would be impassible. No way to do it
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
2/3's of the earths' population live within 20 milies of a coastline...in a MAJOR city/suburbs! The 'Great Falling Away' is from one singular event and could ONLY be a major, worldwide tsunami that flushes all the refuse from the beaches!

Stay away from the edges! damned
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
2/3's of the earths' population live within 20 milies of a coastline...in a MAJOR city/suburbs! The 'Great Falling Away' is from one singular event and could ONLY be a major, worldwide tsunami that flushes all the refuse from the beaches!

Stay away from the edges! damned
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hiding
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
A hurricane... In June... lol? Would you like me to link the vast amount of failed Elenin prediction threads?
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
A hurricane... In June... lol? Would you like me to link the vast amount of failed Elenin prediction threads?
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Oh my God... what are the odds it happens right around May 20th? What if its headed for Florida?

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"MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Alberto formed off the South Carolina coast on Saturday, bringing an early start to the Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters at the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

Alberto had top sustained winds of 45 miles per hour and was in the Atlantic about 140 miles east-southeast of Charleston.

It was moving slowly southwest and forecasters said a storm watch might be posted later on Saturday for coastal North and South Carolina. Only moderate strengthening was expected.

Alberto was forecast to make a slow loop during the next few days and then turn northeast, making its way along the U.S. mid-Atlantic seaboard before dissipating in about five days."
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Tropical Storm =/= Hurricane Doom.
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Duh
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
You'd have something like 20 hours before it hit. And they couldn't hide it, because plenty of other nations and islands will get hit first. If you get stuck in traffic, get out and jog.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Tropical Storm =/= Hurricane Doom.
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You made that equation. I only brought up the possibility.
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You'd have something like 20 hours before it hit. And they couldn't hide it, because plenty of other nations and islands will get hit first. If you get stuck in traffic, get out and jog.
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Six hours at best, according to scientific analysis.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
You'd have something like 20 hours before it hit. And they couldn't hide it, because plenty of other nations and islands will get hit first. If you get stuck in traffic, get out and jog.
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20 hours is being very generous....

more like 9 or 10 traveling at about 600 miles an hour.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
You'd have something like 20 hours before it hit. And they couldn't hide it, because plenty of other nations and islands will get hit first. If you get stuck in traffic, get out and jog.
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20 hours is being very generous....

more like 9 or 10 traveling at about 600 miles an hour.
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One scientist even said it could break the sound barrier... whats that? like 760 mph? Holy smokes
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
They wouldn't have to evacuate the entire seaboard. Just places that are less than 100 feet (and that's probably being generous) above sea level.

Most places won't have to do evacuate any one. Or they simply have to close the beach.

Concerns are places like Florida, Long Island and NYC. It seems that they lay low enough and have so many waterways into land.....they could be a problem.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Run, swim, crawl, grovel, drive, fly, shit, cry, piss in pants, climb, fall and then drown. Nature will take care of it for us.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Refresh my memory on the Biblical Prophesy?

That one doesn't ring a bell.

If it's not in Revelations, I wouldn't worry about it.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
You'd have something like 20 hours before it hit. And they couldn't hide it, because plenty of other nations and islands will get hit first. If you get stuck in traffic, get out and jog.
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20 hours is being very generous....

more like 9 or 10 traveling at about 600 miles an hour.
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Yep more like it, actually its closer to 8 hours I understand before the waves would break.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
When radio, tv, phones and internet stop working, you'll know it's in the works. The big secret kill switch will be used so you can't find anything out until it is too late.

Cool, huh?
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
The best way is to build a barrel enclosure like the ones they make for going over Niagra Falls. Then attach a 100 foot chain to it, anchor it into the ground, deep, with a cement base.

Either that, or a waterproof ground shelter
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Hope you got inflatable swimmies in your bug out bags!


BTW if this happens I am going to be 'swimming with the fishes' because I'm about 15-20 miles from the coast.

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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
The best way is to build a barrel enclosure like the ones they make for going over Niagra Falls. Then attach a 100 foot chain to it, anchor it into the ground, deep, with a cement base.

Either that, or a waterproof ground shelter
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Thats crazy enough that it might actually work!
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
The U.S. has got to be monitoring Las Palmas very seriously. Norfolk Naval Base, home to several aircraft carriers, would be wiped out, as would New Groton CT and it's submarine base. Eight hours warning is not enough time for a couple of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers to get underway, unless they have flying carriers now, a la The Avengers. I imagine that the US Gov't has got all the latest data it needs to be able to take advantage of the earliest possible warnings.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
I was once told there was a crack in the Atlantic ocean so deep no man could get to it.They cant even get to the ocean floor with anything manned , muchless into the massive earth fissure....... Something really bad and unknown is happening out there right now as we speak...


Beware..... for when the fan hits the shit!
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Same way they'll evacuate the West Coast after the "Big One."
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
Hot air Balloons

Frankie said so
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
I was once told there was a crack in the Atlantic ocean so deep no man could get to it.They cant even get to the ocean floor with anything manned , muchless into the massive earth fissure....... Something really bad and unknown is happening out there right now as we speak...


Beware..... for when the fan hits the shit!
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You mean a hole beyond the ocean floor and into the actual core of the earth, under the oceans? That would be something
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
The U.S. has got to be monitoring Las Palmas very seriously. Norfolk Naval Base, home to several aircraft carriers, would be wiped out, as would New Groton CT and it's submarine base. Eight hours warning is not enough time for a couple of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers to get underway, unless they have flying carriers now, a la The Avengers. I imagine that the US Gov't has got all the latest data it needs to be able to take advantage of the earliest possible warnings.
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Can't help but remember that scene from the 2012 movie when the aircraft carrier got thrown into the white house with the oldbama president still in town... lol
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
They wouldn't have to evacuate the entire seaboard. Just places that are less than 100 feet (and that's probably being generous) above sea level.

Most places won't have to do evacuate any one. Or they simply have to close the beach.

Concerns are places like Florida, Long Island and NYC. It seems that they lay low enough and have so many waterways into land.....they could be a problem.
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close the beach? LOL

when, and not if, the volcano at la palma falls into the sea it will send a wall of water 160 feet high and eight hours later when it hits the east coast it will go twenty miles inland and 60M people will die from maine to key west and it will be the biggest catastrophe in the history of the world.

the keys will be gone as will south fl and orlando will be beach front property....
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
So how many nuclear power plants are located less than 100 feet above sea level?

An overview of PSEG Power's Salem Nuclear Generating Station located in Salem County, NJ.
[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
hmm, i saw a misplaced ocean to the east/southeast of my neighborhood (hour west of Boston) several times this year during out of body travels.
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Re: "How would they evacuate the entire eastern seaboard if the canary islands cause an atlantic tsunami?"
So how many nuclear power plants are located less than 100 feet above sea level?

An overview of PSEG Power's Salem Nuclear Generating Station located in Salem County, NJ.
[link to www.youtube.com]
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there is one at turkey point in south dade so it would be under water.
Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living. ~

Life is about choices, you get to make them each and every day of your life. ~

Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse.~

Only in America... do we use the word 'politics' to describe the process so well: 'Poli' in Latin meaning 'many' and 'tics' meaning 'bloodsucking creatures'.~

“When a government is dependent for money upon the bankers, they and not the government leaders control the nation. This is because the hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Financiers are without patriotism and without decency.”

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