Taken from a vantage point overlooking small boats in a previously safe harbor, the film shows the first wave too easily breaching the harbor wall,
then a stronger force, and then an even stronger one. It is still horrific to see the destructive power of such a sustained wave and the force it
And even though it is a year old, our thoughts will still be with those who perished on that day, as well as those who survived it. The ongoing
nightmare of constant aftershocks and fresh earthquakes would test anyone, but add to that the radiation scenario and it simply boggles anyone's
This film affected me differently, because just when I thought the water would recede before the next wave, it just kept coming. How long does
something like that last? The brief soundbites we've seen before did not convey the reality of the sustained horror or gave me a sense of how long
it lasted. I still don't know how long tsunamis last,so if you do, please enlighten me.
(Warning: The first 30 seconds are jittery and may annoy you but considering what that person was filming, we might all do a lot worse. )
a good reminder to always know that this thing is very possible.
i can't imagine how scared the people/person in the van on that road/bridge was.
i live below the san francisco bay and often wonder about a breach into our area.
thx for sharing.
True enough, we try to reduce it to the simplest form for our minds to grasp it, but we can't seem to really getit. Would you happen to know of a
model that would illustrate it in a time-realistic way?
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