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Originally posted by Essan
reply to post by OptimisticPessimist
A massive earthquake along the New Madrid fault would cause a tsunami in Britain in the same way the, er, Dudley earthquake caused a devasting tsunami in New York.
Tsunamis are caused by deep oceanic earthquakes. Not those in the midst of continents.
It has no relevance to exercise for likely flooding in the UK due to heavy rain or storm surges.edit on 9-3-2011 by Essan because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Icanseeatoms
Im in the Midlands, nothing to report as yet, although i would ask ATS UK, where is the highest point to get away from the flood should things go ponto around here, thanks very much for any assistance and replys.
Originally posted by lambros56
They held an exercise in Liverpool last september.
It was based on an earthquake happening with a magnitude of .....i think 7 or 8 plus.
Doubt it very much.
Originally posted by wheelz123
reply to post by star child
I noticed the moon's angle as well! Perhaps the Earth has shifted on her axis?
Originally posted by earthissues
i live in Crewe, Cheshire (Cheshire plains) hmmmm
Looks like im going to be snookered IF anything happens!