La Palma Volcano ––Possible Mega Tsunami ?

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Terrible examples, those "megatsunamis" happened in closed inlets and immediate area of the fall, as opposed to on the other side of the ocean. It's the equivalent of dive-bombing into a bathtub, as opposed to open ocean water.

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Don Quixote

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
The videos above amount to midbrow/lowbrow fear porn, the kind you see all the time on the History Channel.
The chances of a giant tsumami emanating from the Canaries are still very, very small, practically negligible. And even in the very, very unlikely chance that it did occur, the US would have a 7-8hr early warning window. There would be a lot of property damage, but things would go back to normal quickly, with a positive economic spike from repairs and a hit on insurance companies.

In comparison, the chances of a nuclear war occurring this decade are well over 1000 times more likely, and the consequences of that would be hundreds of times more severe on a global scale, but we don't hear much about this, and there isn't much of an anti-war movement like there was in the late Cold War era. Back then, leftists anchored the peace and disarmement movement, while today, leftists are some of the most aggressive warmongers.

This being said, the fear porn from this is relatively marginal, it's not hyped up much in the mainstream media. The main reason for this is that this is a purely natural phenomena, which doesn't fit at all in the human climate catastrophe scenario, which itself is even more unlikely than a massive natural tsunami event...
I am skeptical as to whether this is completely natural phenomena. I would just say it is not totally certain what is the result of geophysical engineering nowadays and what is in fact a cause of nature.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Eruptions, lava flows are a natural phenomenon, but earthquakes/tsunamis can be man made. Russia and the US have nuke delivery sytems that are specifically designed for that purpose.
 

Don Quixote

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Eruptions, lava flows are a natural phenomenon, but earthquakes/tsunamis can be man made. Russia and the US have nuke delivery sytems that are specifically designed for that purpose.
I've been watching Dutchsinse's channel and to me it is interesting that the interior of the earth is full of plasma ions, just like electricity essentially. One thing that is fascinating is that there is some connection between the upper atmosphere and the core of the earth. If you look up "earthquake lightning" you'll see that there is possibly a connection. But this doesn't seem to be a well understood phenomena at least in mainstream scientific circles.
 

El Draque

Kingfisher
Orthodox
I am skeptical as to whether this is completely natural phenomena. I would just say it is not totally certain what is the result of geophysical engineering nowadays and what is in fact a cause of nature.

Fact is that a result of it will be some degree of 'climate change', that can then be used to further the Elites aims.

That said, the world doesnt stop turning* for anyone, sometimes things just happen.

*Trigger warning for Flat Earthers
 

Sosa

Kingfisher
Here's a short summary on how a landslide on La Palma could create a Tsunami hitting all of the US East Coast.




I've been monitoring the live feed for the past 2 weeks.




This thread is by far the best I've seen in terms of daily boots on ground video and imagery.





No fear mongering, simply awareness ...... but anything from a 6.0 to 8.0 magnitude Earthquake could potentially cause a landslide. In 1949 the eruption didn't last long but after a few days silence one hit for 7.0 and caused the 9 mile wide crack. The weakness is already present so a lesser quake might do it. If it rains even higher chance. If repeated CMEs hit, again higher chance.

Unfortunately people can't comprehend the multitude of variables that could cause a landslide of that magnitude, never mind modeling for one. They obviously don't want people to panic - Spanish authorities transporting, resettling and rehousing 2.2 million people from the canary islands would be a humanitarian crisis.

This is why this information is not being shared on government channels and what kind of damage a tsunami ensued by a landslide would cause. Its simply unprecedented. The truth is this is probably the biggest volcanic eruption we've seen in at least the last 400 years in recorded history and shows no signs of slowing down.

Most people will not take this seriously because they won't be warned by the media before its too late.

A politician once said, "If you can't do anything about it why worry!".
 
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RedLagoon

Robin
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So you're pretty much safest at La Palma am I correct? As in this ""super"" tsunami will go outwards right? Devouring all other coasts that it comes in contact with.

Can someone explain to me how much 1.4 billion tons of rock is because it doesn't seem that much.

I remember that movie "Deep Impact" and how it all frightened my millennial mates.

I doubt the oceans are just one giant bath tub btw.
 

RedLagoon

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
Am i missing something, 1.4b tons is 1.4b tons,regardless of what it is made of.

In layman's terms, its fair to say it is, objectively, a lot.

Hope this helps.

So what is 1.4b tons of "weight"?

How much does the displacement of the water to reach the east coast of the USA need to create a tsunami of 30ft?

You say it needs a lot?

That's it?

What about Krakatoa? That was far superior to this fart. The people are still living at La Palma!

* Not personally btw, we all fear earthly things but remember the BP oil spill? Demons were literally being released, and maybe they were!

Volcanoes are a natural phenomenon. So be it.
 
So what is 1.4b tons of "weight"?

How much does the displacement of the water to reach the east coast of the USA need to create a tsunami of 30ft?

You say it needs a lot?

That's it?

What about Krakatoa? That was far superior to this fart. The people are still living at La Palma!

* Not personally btw, we all fear earthly things but remember the BP oil spill? Demons were literally being released, and maybe they were!

Volcanoes are a natural phenomenon. So be it.
krakatoa was an explosion, not some large amount of mass falling into the ocean
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
One of the main weaknesses of this theory is that it assumes that a gigantic chunk of the island is going to suddenly detach, stay together as one block and "dive bomb" into the Atlantic, whereas the much more likely scenario would be that the land would "crumble" and fall gradually in smaller pieces into the water, creating a small ripple rather than a mega-tsunami.
 

Sosa

Kingfisher
One of the main weaknesses of this theory is that it assumes that a gigantic chunk of the island is going to suddenly detach, stay together as one block and "dive bomb" into the Atlantic, whereas the much more likely scenario would be that the land would "crumble" and fall gradually in smaller pieces into the water, creating a small ripple rather than a mega-tsunami.

Think of your car's airbag popping-out of the dashboard, that's basically the kind of landslide that could be expected.

The magma that comes from the pocket on its way to the vent seems to be filling-up the entire length of the Cumbre Vieja main rift, and there's a danger that the deep internal mountain water is heating-up and expanding (which is already potentially occurring with Climate Change, such as by the Heat Domes & AMOC Displacement of this 2021 year!), with both forces of magmatic pressure and water pressure applying both pressures simultaneously onto the entire slab that could fall into the ocean, that any powerful-enough magmatic earthquake would surely crack its integrity unto release, be it partially or completely, resulting in either a singular normal tsunami, or twin-tsunami of extraordinary flash-flooding force, or Megatsunami of disastrous height and speed.

No one knows for sure, and anyone claiming they do is simply speculating.

I would think that evacuating any island nations while the seas are safe is responsible, and preparing mass-evacuation resources even if unused is practical. Caution is what we should start expressing, at least some of it openly.

However, I am just a God fearing man. Do your own research. Consult with an expert.

 
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N°6

Hummingbird
So how is Y2K going?

From the top of my head the year 2000 heralded:

- dot.com crash
- 9/11 and endless war
- hate laws disproportionately against White Christian men
- 2007/ 08 crash and stagnant wages
- dating apps and the collapse of the dating market
- Major Anglosphere cities becoming Third World
- Gay marriage and more divorce
- Rainbow Flag imperialism
- Russian alienation and its resultant alliance with China
- The homosexual, transgender and transhumanist agenda
- Migrant invasions and replacement birth rates
- Enforced vaccination of kids against a common cold variant
- Lockstep lockdowns and the hysteria over a virus with a high survival rate
- Tyranny in Australia a few years after its citizens surrendered their firearms
- The prospect of 7 or 8 booster shots for conditional full citizenship
- The collapse in church attendance

Someone born 1 January 2000 is now 21 and thinks the above is fairly normal while those who are older must be wondering if they are about to enter the Great Tribulation.
 

Pantheon

Robin
Orthodox
Someone born 1 January 2000 is now 21 and thinks the above is fairly normal while those who are older must be wondering if they are about to enter the Great Tribulation.

I imagine it must've been a shock for many to transition from the 50's to late 60's as well. Tbh I think those psychedelics are largely to blame for what happened and what is happening. They released a massive multi-generational psychosis.
 

Don Quixote

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
So what is 1.4b tons of "weight"?

How much does the displacement of the water to reach the east coast of the USA need to create a tsunami of 30ft?

You say it needs a lot?

That's it?

What about Krakatoa? That was far superior to this fart. The people are still living at La Palma!

* Not personally btw, we all fear earthly things but remember the BP oil spill? Demons were literally being released, and maybe they were!

Volcanoes are a natural phenomenon. So be it.
It's a good question.

Here is the mainstream scientific opinion: the Ward and Day analysis in the early 2000's used a linear progression model that estimated that if the whole block were to fall in one uniform chunk, it would produce wave heights of approximately 80 feet, and at some places reaching 100 feet.

Further analysis, however, suggested this theory was unlikely to be accurate. Scientists critiqued such a linear progression model as not realistic, as it doesn't measure various oceanic ridges and elevation changes and so on which might disperse energy. I agree that the Ward and Day model was overly simplistic. Furthermore, as others have said, the La Palma land mass is not likely to split in two in such a dramatic fashion, but rather to crumble in successive stages, possibly producing many smaller tsunamis.

The above is practically a wikipedia summary. For my own analysis, however, I simply can't find any decent source information. The lack of scientific inquiry into the subject available online, the wildly divergent speculation on the impacts to the East Coast, and the eerie quietness of the media all make me wonder. At the same time, the media is pretty much silent about all important current events nowadays so maybe that is not much of a worry.
 
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