posted on Feb, 24 2014 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by tsurfer2000h
The only plan I've heard of for a weapons induced tsunami was never tested in a functional way and all grease board theory. It involved coordinated
and carefully placed charges on one of Antarctica's larger ice shelves to drop the entire thing as a mass into the water and off the land mass as one
piece. Something about the displacement on that, according to theory, would cause a Super-Tsunami, actually. A self-feeding wave..and don't even
ask..I don't know the physics...it's years beyond me.
Anyway, as I'd read that one a long time ago, it was a Russian idea that we'd have gotten to see tested if global war ever had broken out for real.
Imagine the loss between Antarctica and the American coastline..just to hit the U.S.. Craaazy stuff.
Then again, one of the devices theorized in Los Alamos for the Manhattan Project simply had "backyard" as a delivery method, because the sheer size
on the board was so large for yield, they figured detonation point wouldn't matter, no matter what the target was. Nice folks we pay to thnik this
stuff up, eh?