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Tsunami Strikes the Jersey Shore

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posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 05:50 PM
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Sounds more like a small storm surge then a tsunami.Maybe a blowout tide?

Was the "super" moon occurring at that time?

www.erh.noaa.gov...


The set-up for these tsunami pages is in response to questions submitted by Steve Horvath, a student at Timberlane School of Hopewell Valley in Pennington, New Jersey. He asked very good questions for his independent study project on tsunami. Answering his questions here will lead to links for further study and information, and to known events which have impacted the shores from Newfoundland to Florida. Besides these known events, others have occurred, but exact dates have not been determined yet. A fellow NWS employee, Bill Christ, came across the after effects of a wave that hit Manasquan, New Jersey, during the pre-dawn hours in the early or mid 1970s. An older gentleman previously questioned by Bill remembered a wave in the 1930s that went ½ mile inland, also in Manasquan. This could be one of the two 1930s waves which will be discussed here, or, another one as yet unknown. A lady wrote to James F. Landers, leading tsunami expert, asking if he knew anything about a giant wave that suddenly came ashore as she and her family were on the beach in Coney Island during the mid 1940s, forcing everybody to run for their lives. A Skywarn member's father remembers that in the early 1940s, a sudden large wave played havoc with the Queen Mary as she was docking. Skywarn is a very important volunteer network that reports severe weather events to the NWS, giving us rapid and often the first known reports of severe weather, allowing us to issue warnings earlier and to quickly update forecasts if necessary.



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posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 06:00 PM
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It obviously wasn't big enough.
We're going to need a bigger Tsunami.



posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 06:23 PM
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Here's a link with pics of the Tsunami hitting the jetty at Barnegat inlet.
jaymanntoday.ning.com...



posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 09:35 AM
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It wasnt an earthquake or a storm or 20 thousand fishies...

They're raising up Atlantis again from the ocean deep. Must have been their northern part of the vessel.
Have fun getting f**** up by aliens amarucans.



posted on Jun, 28 2013 @ 12:10 PM
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Too bad it didn't destroy all video archives of "Jersey Shore"...Although washing that into the ocean may be considered an act of eco-terrorism.



posted on Jun, 28 2013 @ 12:22 PM
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Originally posted by cheesy
under sea bomb test


Logically, that could be. I would assume (and hope) that they don't test weapons close enough to shore to cause a tsunami, but who knows...Supposedly there are explosive devices that can cause full-on disaster tsunamis.

Tsunami Bomb



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