posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:49 AM
It sounds to me like this 100-meter drop is a drop in the sea BED level, not the WATER level. There's now 100 more meters of water between the buoy
and the ocean floor; if the sea bed didn't fall 100 meters, that'd mean the water ROSE 100 meters, and since sea levels are the same globally,
everything less than that high above sea level would now be drowned the world over. A 100-meter drop in the sea bed would also trigger a tsunami
unless it was a very small area that fell.
But which buoy was it?