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Originally posted by ZindoDoone
Heres some referance material for ya' there Zorgie!!!
Originally posted by whoshotJR
reply to post by Britguy
I was in Mazatlan last week and myself along with a few others where in the ocean and talking about this. It was very odd, the tide would come in and have big huge waves and then it would just go flat then go out and a few minutes later it would start up again.
I have never seen the ocean act like it was.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Sounds slightly similar to the Tunguska event of 1927 though, on a small scale.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
This sort of reminds me of another strange phenomena that occurred in mass a few years ago. Does everyone remember all of the sink holes we experiencing a while back? Huge chunks of soil would just suddenly collapse, gobbling up roads, bridges, trees, et cetera...
[edit on 8-11-2008 by SpeakerofTruth]
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth Does everyone remember all of the sink holes we experiencing a while back?
Originally posted by serpentine
MASS TREE COLLAPSE-3000 trees instantly fall-remote region of Nepal
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Villagers in western Nepal’s Banke district say that nearly 3,000 trees in a single forest fell over within a 10-minute period, according to a report on the London-based eKantipur Web site.
Initial reports said there were no strong winds at the time of the collapses on Sept. 8, leading to speculations that the trees were knocked down by a supernatural force.
Mystified residents said that the local District Forest Office (DFO) appeared to be taking no action to determine what caused the phenomenon.
But a subsequent report said that a DFO official determined that a sudden whirlwind was responsible for the tree collapses in the Shrikrishna community forest.
Gopal Chaudhary, who said he was grazing his cattle near the forest when the trees fell, was quoted by eKantipur as also saying that a “strong gale” uprooted the trees.
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