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Sunday, 13 March 2011

Stupid Attitude

As usual, the signs of the times are showing the believers and seekers to break further away from the norm of society.  From all ranges of issues, smart people are now starting to re-evaluate exactly what is happening right in front of us.  Im glad that now some people are becoming more aware and accouuntable of society and themselves.

It is no surprise however of the arrogance  and manner that people who arent affected cannot see that the possibility is looming were more naural disasters will occur in a bigger variety of locations

One thing I think may coincide with the so called theory of 2012 is a flooding scenario.  This event will be throughout the world and will be a massive event.  I think there is records of a similiar flood which may coincide with the floods and Noah in the bible.  Anyway, one scenario which may cause a super-tsunami is the fact that the iisland la palma may erupt and cause a mssive landslide which would create a massive tsunami hitting america first.  We in Ireland and elsewhere need to be aware of this threat

HEres a bbc link to a documentary on this
http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/horizon/2000/mega_tsunami.shtml

this may be the documentary, will check this out soon



But huge landslides and the mega-tsunami that they cause are extremely rare - the last one happened 4,000 years ago on the island of Réunion. The growing concern is that the ideal conditions for just such a landslide - and consequent mega-tsunami - now exist on the island of La Palma in the Canaries. In 1949 the southern volcano on the island erupted. During the eruption an enormous crack appeared across one side of the volcano, as the western half slipped a few metres towards the Atlantic before stopping in its tracks. Although the volcano presents no danger while it is quiescent, scientists believe the western flank will give way completely during some future eruption on the summit of the volcano. In other words, any time in the next few thousand years a huge section of southern La Palma, weighing 500 thousand million tonnes, will fall into the Atlantic ocean.
What will happen when the volcano on La Palma collapses? Scientists predict that it will generate a wave that will be almost inconceivably destructive, far bigger than anything ever witnessed in modern times. It will surge across the entire Atlantic in a matter of hours, engulfing the whole US east coast, sweeping away everything in its path up to 20km inland. Boston would be hit first, followed by New York, then all the way down the coast to Miami and the Caribbean.

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