Tsunami warning

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Tsunami warning

So I've just got into work today and the first think I discover is a huge 8.1m quake of the coast of Mexico, which in turn has caused the issue of a tsunami warning.

It made me wonder, has anyone else experienced a natural occurrence such as this? Or a different force of nature?

I've only personally experienced hurricanes and one tornado which did a spectacular job of rearranging my garden haha.



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algebe's picture
I've experienced a few

I've experienced a few significant earthquakes and typhoons in Japan, and a few earthquakes in New Zealand, and I saw and heard a big meteor explode over Christchurch, New Zealand a few years ago.

But the worst thing I ever experienced was the great London smog of 1962. We lived in thick, stinking black smoke for a week with about a meter of visibility.

LucyAustralopithecus's picture
i would love to see meteor

i would love to see meteor explode, some are reported to explode with more power then of early nuclear bombs.

the worst i have directly experienced is just earthquakes in Italy.

MCDennis's picture
rearranged your garden...

rearranged your garden... another miracle from our lord and savior Aquaman

Randomhero1982's picture
He moves in mysterious ways!

He moves in mysterious ways!

CyberLN's picture
I've said that about the way

I've said that about the way some folks dance.

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