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A NASA scientist and her colleagues have observed that the March 11 tsunami that devastated Japan broke off Manhattan-size icebergs from Antarctica, some 8,000 miles distant.
Originally posted by WeBrooklyn
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The large waves shook loose boats in that weren't moved in time and tore apart wooden docks in at least two California harbors. "This is just devastating. I never thought I'd see this again," said Ted Scott, a retired mill worker who lived in Crescent City when a 1964 tsunami killed 17 people on the West Coast, including 11 in his town. "I watched the docks bust apart. It buckled like a graham cracker.
Enea said the water receding from the harbor leaves boats stuck on the mud at the bottom of the harbor, and then when the surging tsunami waters racing back in, the boats are just dislodged from their mornings and overturned - "tossed about" and smashing into one another.
Originally posted by MasterGemini
reply to post by Britx
It was obviously global warming! I bet there were several families of polar bears on that chunk of ice to!
How dare you make a logical argument for any other scenarios.
That was not a giant wave a water it was a heat wave!