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Caribbean faces threat of biggest tsunami ever recorded

LONDON, England – The Caribbean could be at risk from a mega-tsunami that scientists warn could devastate coastlines from Florida to Brazil following a volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands.

The monster wave generated by part of a mountain collapsing into the sea would be the biggest ever recorded and would be an unstoppable force, traveling at speeds of up to 500 mph.

Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/index.php/news/1106618.html#ixzz2tJ5IeDph

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14 comments

  1. These findings were made in the 20th century talk about late.

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  2. Yes and what time do they expect it to reach where. … if they know the speed could they not have provided more details? where are the computer models?

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  3. I hope KillBill is part of the political mess he wants cleaned up. This is just about the most ignorant comment about a natural disaster that can be made if there ever was one. SMFH!

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  4. If it has not been done before, people should now think of getting themselves in the right standing with Yahuah. It is not too late. Turn your life around and start obeying the commandments of Yahuah while believing in Yahusha to cleanse you from all sin and unrighteousness. Evidence of belief should be in obedience and action to Yahuah's commandments.

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  5. Never say rasta never warn you.. time to leave these islands and head to the mainland not America but Africa!!

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  6. God rain on the just and the unjust. St. Lucia needs to clearn up her act. catastrpohy repent people

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  7. It isn't a recent study, it dates from 2000-2001, and even says it is unlikely to happen this century.

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  8. Almost panicked when I read the headlines. "Caribbean faces threat of biggest tsunami ever recorded." This implies this has already happened. No mention of computer models.

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  9. finally some water to clean up the political mess

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  10. oh boy

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