Nice catch PX!
That was quite something..i hope no one was in the path of that,it doesn't bode well i imagine..
This area is located in the Southern Black Sea i believe.What first struck me,is that it reminded me of a similar incident on the Ukrainian
coast/beach (North Black Sea)>> www.youtube.com...
This whole area (well,Ukrainian river deltas) is in a subduction zone incidentally..
Also it is located very near,or precisely on, the Anatolian plate boundary (Northern Turkish coast)
Plus the floor of the Mediterranean is predicted to drop and is indeed showing the exact symptoms of this..could all these adjustments be the
Could this be the same scenario as what Taiwan,Vietnam,Bangladesh and Indonesia are suffering?..that being; due to active/tilting plates,the water
table is displaced and pushed back up towards the land and up rivers creating floods in this case (or conversely the land subsiding into the sea) the
tsunami buoys here,have been registering a 150m fluctuation.
The governments in these areas are saying it is due to rainfall; even when there is no rain..just something to ponder on there.
Another guesstimate is; that it could be effected by the daily Earth wobble?..which leaves water in place while the Earth is moving underneath..this
is apparently what was/is causing the many ships to run aground.
The last possible option is; an out of kilter gulf/jet stream..which is creating mega waves from Northern Spain,along the French coast,the Welsh coast
and also areas like Cornwall UK..but i would have found that a bit less likely as these waves would have to go all the way through the Mediterranean
sea and through the straights at Istanbul (which is quite a squeeze)
Eyes peeled i guess.. things are progressing.
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