La Palma volcanic eruption on Canary Islands; could trigger up to 150-meter high tsunami across the Atlantic; American east coast including Florida devastated.
Models made by Jucelino the collapse of the island show the first regions to be affected by waves of up to 150 feet high: the neighboring islands of the Spanish archipelago of the Canaries. Within hours, the west coast of Africa will be hit by waves similar.
Between nine and 12 hours after the island collapses, waves of 20 to 80 meters will cross 6500 kilometers of ocean and reach the Caribbean islands and the east coast of the United States, Brazil and Canada. Upon arriving in ports and estuaries, the water will be piped to the interior. Deaths of people and destruction of property will be immense, according to Jucelino.
Up to 19 hours after the eruption, waves of 6 to 50 meters will reach the coast of North and Northeast Brazil, the Para Paraiba. The island of Fernando de Noronha is one of the places where the tsunami will come with more strength in the South Atlantic Europe will also be hit.
The southern coast of Portugal, Spain and West of Britain will experience waves of up to 20 meters, four or five hours after the geological event in the Canary Islands. Ports will be destroyed. Natural disasters like these are rare, occurring every 12 to 13 thousand years. But La Palma could collapse much sooner.
THE DANGER OF VOLCANO CUMBRI VIEJA
"A wave higher than Nelson's Column and travelling faster than a jet aircraft will devastate the eastern seaboard of America and inundate much of southern Britain, say scientists who have analyzed the effects of a future volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands."
Scientists Warn Of Massive Tidal Wave From Canary Island Volcano
"There is a potential for a devastating Tsunami on the East Coast of the United States, having its genesis in the Canary Islands. If this event were to take place, it would devastate vast areas of the East Coast of America. According to experts, it’s not a question of IF this occurs, but WHEN… "
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Originally posted by derekg
I have to comment on Jessica, she is not a physic really. Ive looked at her blog and her predictions are general a.d wrong. Just my opinion