Comments on Contact Report 392
Damn I live in the vicinity.:) Could you ask Ptaah the exact date and time so we could at least evacuate tall buildings and bridges if possible. I know the Plejaren cannot intevene in Earthly matters but hints are possible right. Thanks for the heads up either way. I hope our government has a plan for such disasters if the scale is as large as predicted.
--Markvd 00:56, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
Is that all you care about? Tall buildings and bridges? You do not have any compassion for beautiful women of various races around you which have been giving you visual delight everyday of your life? What is the point of evacuating the buildings without bringing the ultimate objects of affection and satisfaction along? If all you care about are buldings and bridges, I do not see any reason why you should know the exact date and time of the coming tsunami. If there is no beautiful woman in the country where you live, I do not see why the government should have a plan for the coming tsunami. Without the presence of beautiful women, the entire social life in the country would be a daily disaster.
---- M -- 02:24, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
Hi Evila, there's got to be more to your life than porno, don't you think? Btw most of your porno queens ain't pretty, they just look that way. So grow up, you sound very shallow.
--Sheila 19:27, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
After reading a bit further a ring shaped tsunami of that size is going to be quite devastating.I have never heard of such a thing it's unfortunate but sounds odd would that mean internal collapse of a massive scale centered in the suggested target area. I wonder where this giant shift shall occur exactly. The whole of the western coast would be remapped for history books if that size and scale occured.
--Markvd 23:54, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
I would also agree, at least you can understand what I have to go through when trying to make a mature analysis of the material at hand.
In any case, one other reason why people should not build massive buildings on the coastlines, further straining the coastal area zones with undo stresses, thus causing additional destruction and death when this 9 plus sea quake hits.
--Hawaiian 02:17, 29 December 2010 (UTC)
If the La Palma volcano goes in the Atlantic Ocean then that's the eastern seaboard devastated too. It would be very unlucky if both seaboards were drowned within a few years of each other. Just a thought.
Regarding buildings, my wife mentioned a home design based on a sphere that could become water-tight when required and even float like a life-boat. It would need to be tethered to its foundations until it required to be disconnected which could be in the event of a super flood. Any architects around who would care to guess at the cost of such a house with water-tight-mode built-in? I think it might be better if such a house would remain connected to its tether in the case of a super flood because a loose floating house might crash into a nearby mountain like in the movie "2012"! So I guess being able to withstand 200metres depth of water pressure would also help. One of the "trim options" could be a 4-directional water propulsion unit....but thats going too far maybe.
--Jamesm 00:28, 30 December 2010 (UTC)
To corroborate the revised Contact Report #392... The Orphan Tsunami of 1700—Japanese Clues to a Parent Earthquake in North America ( http://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/pp1707/ )
--Ulena 23:08, 16 August 2012 (BST)