The only way to stop one would be to create a second wave and have the 2 collide canceling each other out. I think you would have to set off many
nukes precisely placed under water to create waves to break up the big one. Granted it will still cause damage but if two waves can cancel each other
out at all the effect could be less than with one single wave hitting land.
Anyone care to kill this idea or elaborate?
Say you have the first wave, which goes out like a ripple in a pond...all directions. If you use a nuke to make a second wave, it too would go out in
all directions which would be opposite of the effect you are trying to create.
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