Tag: tsunami

300 Foot Tsunami and East Coast Destruction

‘Hierro’, a volcano and island of the Canary Islands of Spain (named ‘El Hierro’), summits at 1500 meters (4,900 feet), and has gone through periods of highly active earthquake swarms – which leads some to believe that ‘something’ is about to happen. UPDATE: Apparently one of the largest tremors in …

Mega-Tsunami Wave Risk To Our Coast

The risk of a Tsunami is a very real and present danger to nearly anyone living within miles of an ocean shoreline. An even more frightening risk, a Mega-Tsunami, exists in many parts of the world where unfortunately much of the world’s population lives (near the coast). What is a …

South Pacific Volcano Growing Astonishingly Fast

Out of sight, out of mind? Not so fast… An underwater volcano just north of New Zealand is currently undergoing ‘changes’ faster than nearly any other volcano has in recorded history. Researchers believe only Vesuvius and Mount St Helens have recorded larger growth rates, according to a report from BBC …

Canary Islands Sinking Into The Ocean

Many months ago, the island of El Hierro began shaking with the onset of thousands of earthquakes, and has not stopped since. My interest in the geophysical Earth inspired me to write a ‘what-if’, or ‘worst case scenario’ of the island region causing a massive tsunami sweeping across the Atlantic, …

Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly Signaling Disaster?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Geophysical Data Center reveals a magnetic crustal field model of the earth which shows a magnetic anomaly in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, which when coupled with other local data, raises an eyebrow of wonder… …