Friday, May 26, 2006

Tsunami update

A couple of weeks ago, I mocked one of my fellow Leominsterians for Tsunami concerns. In response to a question from a Sentinel and Enterprise reporter about whether or not she was afraid of the bird flu, a Leomisnter resident replied:
"We'll deal with it when and if it comes. We could have a tsunami. Are we going to sit around and worry about that all the time?"
My snarky reaction was that since Leominster is at 404 feet above sea level, a Tsunami is the last thing we'd have to worry about. Looks like I was wrong.

Adam at Universal Hub has been following the predictions of a Frenchman that a 200m Tsunami will hit the East Coast this weekend. Apparently the disaster was supposed to occur yesterday, but further calculations have revealed that the Tsunami will occur during a 48-hour window:
I have received information psychically, which is corroborated by scientific data, according to which on May 25, 2006 a giant tsunami will occur in the Atlantic Ocean, brought about by the impact of a comet fragment which will provoke the eruption of under-sea volcanoes. Waves up to 200 m high will reach coastlines located above and below the Tropic of Cancer.
Maybe I'll head up to Mt. Wachusett tonight and watch the waves roll in...

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