After reading the warning about a potential nuclear attack on Dec. 27th I must admit I became a little paranoid. I decided I had better come up with an "escape plan," just in case. I thought about flying to South America, but that wouldn't be possible because the airports would certainly be shut down as the country would be put under lock-down. The borders would be closed, so no driving to Canada or Mexico. But what about the Ocean? That's it, I could steal a boat and sail it or drive it or whatever to South America. Oh, but the Coast Guard would probably sink my boat and either kill me or arrest me. Ah, but if I stole a submarine I could escape the United States and submarine my self to South America. Plus, if another Nuc. attack took place I would be protected under the ocean. See, I didn't come up with that last bit of information on my own, instead I found it at a website that sells luxury submarines to those with the where-with-all to avoid lifes unpleasantries (like a nuclear attack), See, www.ussubmarines.com. After no nuclear device was detonated (in Houston, TX), I began to wonder if maybe the German guy was full of Sauerkraut. Then I remembered what I read about those submarines, "safe underwater-protected from a nuclear attack." Could it be possible that a nuclear blast, underwater, caused the Tsunami? I mean it did take place within one day of the warning. Even if you are a complete sceptic you must admit that is one hell of a coincidence. So, I did some checking, and according to a religiously affiliated (they sell bibles and stuff on their website www.higherpraise.com/tsunami.htm) webpage, yes it is possible. In fact, a bomb blast has caused a Tsunami before. "Huge Explosion Generated A Tsunami During World War I." The website goes on to state, "Could Nuclear testing create a tsunami? This is a difficult topic to research, because much of the information surrounding nuclear testing is classified. During the Cold War there was fear of tsunamis produced by the detonation of nuclear bombs on the continental shelf off the East Coast of the US. A nuclear bomb was never detonated on the shelf, however a huge explosion did generate a tsunami during World War I. Any large disturbance that displaces a large volume of water can be a potential cause of a tsunami."
Now, if it is possible that a tsunami can be caused by a bomb, lets say nuculear underground testing, others would have documented this, right? Well they have. According to www.expressindia.com, Shyam Kumar writes, "It is impossible to have an underground nuclear test without creating an earthquake - not necessarily in the immediate vicinity but anywhere in the world. Of every 30 major earthquakes,some 21 or 22 follow a nuclear explosion. There are other reasons for earthquakes, but the vast majority are the result of underground nuclear testing. We need not test nuclear bombs.
Self-interest is causing these earthquakes," said one geologist who has been monitoring the corelation.
"The tragic earthquake in Gujarath is a terrible event It is indeed my information that nuclear testing is responsible for 25 per cent of all earthquakes, which is obviously an unacceptable amount."
Further, the US Geological Survey has based all its preliminary findings, not on actual measurments of the earth upheaving, but on the size of the waves. All of this makes me wonder, is it possible that the this Tsunami was manmade? What do you think?