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Message Subject I had a Dream - England massive tsunami November - In the Dream I was reading this forum
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Contrary to what people are told we are susceptible to Tsunamis, which are not uncommon, however these are nearly always Meteorological in nature, while they are meteorological they still have the same destructive power as the ones generated from a seismic source.

For example the last MeteoTsunami to hit my neck of the woods in Southern England was the 20ft Tsunami of July 1929, which hit along the Sussex/Kent coast..

However it hit at low tide thus causing minimal damage and minimal deaths (some 6 in total) the death toll would have been far greater if it had hit at high tide.

As these are not uncommon the nuclear plants here, like Dungeness Nuclear Power plant, have a Tsunami Bund capable of withstanding a 30ft Tsunami.

So yes a Tsumani could hit England.. and Novemeber storms could produce a sizable one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16026864


i'll be controversial here, and say that meteotsunamis are nothing but bullshit. bullshit powered by fairy dust mixed with crack, in fact. In fact, bullshit mixed with fairy dust mixed with crack, washed down with red bull!

just imHo of course

keep believing they exist though, whilst I snort some of this incredible stuff I just dreamt up!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26860799


Nothing wrong with that, but it won't change the fact a 20ft Tsunami like wave hit Brightons beaches in the summer of 1929, being a popular spot it's pretty hard to hide.. it is one recorded by the British Geological Survey.

Nor does it change the fact that as these waves are not uncommon there are defences in place, especially Tsunami bunds around Nuclear power plants like Dungeness.
 
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