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  1. You remind me that dinosaurs ruled the earth for around 179,000,000 years, basically the length of the Mesozoic era. Humans, as we know ourselves, have been around for what? 10,000 tops? That's why I crack up when Alexandria Occasio-Chick-Fil-A tells us we have only 12 years to live because... climate change. Proving once again that being biped does not insure intelligence. Personally, I hope the dinosaurs get another shot at it. They won't make any movies about us, and they deserve a second chance. And BTW, it most likely was not just the asteroid (that laid down the global iridium layer) that killed the dinosaurs. The Deccan Traps provide a big clue to a volcanic event that probably polluted the entire planet. Perhaps the largest eruption of all time. It occurred while the Indian plate was sliding over a 'hot spot' in what is now the Indian Ocean, before the India plate collided with the Eurasian plate and built the Himalayas. Deccan Traps - Wikipedia
  2. Now THAT ONE is a potential ELE! One of the top five on the planet, if not the top one.
  3. Yep. Check out Mount Tambora in 1815 (the year without a summer) or Krakatoa in 1883. There's a 90 minute docudrama on YouTube about Krakatoa that's pretty good. Throw a couple hundred cubic kilometers of ash, lava and gas into the upper atmosphere and then chill. I've been reading and watching about volcanoes and earthquakes since I was about eight. I read "All About Volcanoes And Earthquakes" and I've been hooked ever since.
  4. Here's the paragraph I quoted: "At 9 hours (Figure 4i), Florida faces the tsunami, now parading in a dozen cycles or more. In 50 m of water offshore Cape Canaveral, even after being weakened by geometrical spreading and frequency dispersion, tsunami from lateral collapses of the volume, dimension, and speed of that expected at La Palma could retain 20-25 m height. Shoaling waves do not continue to grow much in water shallower than their height, so 20-25 m probably reflects the terminal height of the waves expected on Florida's beaches." I'm not losing any sleep over this either, or when the next ELE will occur. For me it could be a bus on Route 80, or a terminal bacteria in an infected cut. However, the people in Java, Sumatra and Banda Aceh weren't losing sleep over Krakatoa in 1883 or the Indian Ocean quake in 2004. They just died. Whose up for a couple beers?
  5. No definite predictions are possible without knowing the exact size, shape and placement of the initiating landslide. And even knowing that the waveforms would still be an estimate based on a model, and the incursion into the continent in specific places would vary widely because of the disparate terrain characteristics. If you look at a topographical map of your area of interest and compare the anticipated wave height to the elevation curves you can get an idea of how far in it would go at that location. Bigger wave = further inland. According to that article I posted one of the worst case scenarios would put 82 to 98 foot waves on Florida's beaches. How far inland would you have to go to find land 100 feet above sea level?
  6. More good news. If New York City and Philadelphia are inundated and removed from the equation, New York and Pennsylvania instantly turn Red. If Miami goes too then Florida is a lock.
  7. Too late to take out flood insurance? Here's the good news. If a tsunami does hit they'll blame it on climate change. And Trump.
  8. If you know anything about the Canary Islands, and specifically the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma, you know about the landslide threat posed by an eruption. That landslide, depending on it's size, could produce a tsunami that would wash up on the entire eastern seaboard of the United States. That volcano has had several thousand eruptions earthquakes over the last five to ten days and is now spewing lava all over the island. I saw a very detailed video analysis of this volcano and the island several years ago, and the threat posed to the U.S. is no joke. If a landslide big enough to threaten the eastern U.S. did occur, we'd have about nine hours warning before it hit, depending on what state you lived in. Do you think they'd announce it and cause a stampede? 'Could Last Weeks' - 5,000 Evacuated As Canary Islands Volcano Eruption Worsens | ZeroHedge Here's a four page paper discussing the possible threats. La_Palma_grl.pdf (ucsc.edu) My house in NJ sits at approximately 950', so I don't think we'd get lapped. Note: It's had several thousand earthquakes to go along with an unspecified number of eruptions.
  9. This is not the original story on this photo, but a recap of the event. Did you notice the cuffed shorts? What If the FBI Threw an Insurrection and Nobody Came? - American Thinker "The pièce de resistance was this photo making the rounds on social media and the subject of endless memes, featuring a half dozen 30-something men, tall, lean, muscular, with matching watches and sunglasses hiding watchful eyes, short haircuts, pistol shaped bulges in their pockets, trying to look like MAGA protesters when their dress is more suited for a group Sunday brunch in Brooklyn or an Abercrombie & Fitch catalogue photo shoot."
  10. For today's laugh see if you can spot a Trump supporter in this group photo taken at the September 18 'Jan 6 Protest' in D.C.
  11. The Hill: Gun Control Lobby Spends 'Tens of Millions' and Still Loses (breitbart.com)
  12. Fedex has changed their shipping policy. Page 126: Service_Guide_2021.pdf (fedex.com) "Firearms Only customers holding a Federal Firearms License (FFL) and federal, state, or local government agencies may ship firearms with FedEx. Customers holding an FFL must enter into an approved FedEx Firearms Shipping Compliance Agreement before shipping any firearms with FedEx. For more information, contact your FedEx account executive. On behalf of customers holding an FFL who enter into an approved FedEx Firearms Shipping Compliance Agreement and federal, state, or local government agencies, FedEx Express will transport and deliver firearms, antique firearms, and replica firearms, all as defined by the United States Gun Control Act of 1968, as well as muzzleloaders and black powder firearms (collectively “firearms”). Shipments containing firearms must be sent with the Adult Signature Required Delivery Signature Option. FedEx Express will transport ammunition when packed and labeled in compliance with local, state and federal law, and the Dangerous Goods section of this Service Guide. Ammunition is an explosive and must be shipped separately as dangerous goods. You agree not to ship loaded firearms or firearms with ammunition in the same package"
  13. Thank god. White House to withdraw controversial ATF nominee David Chipman | Fox News
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