Yea but to think that all those people died by an act of nature is amazing. Makes me appreciate what I have, because it could all be gone tomorrow. Live life like every day is your last day alive.Filo said:
Natt King Shoal said:In the mid 1990s over 500,000 Rwandan Tutsi's and Hutu's were massacred but there were no white tourists around so it only made page 100 of your local paper.
I heard about this. You best believe if I see the water falling, Im out.Judazzz said:I bet they'll never know how many got killed - they'll keep finding body's that got dragged into the sea or flushed inland for miles for weeks, perhaps months...
Indonesia already stopped counting the dead.
btw: off the Northern African coast, there's a small vulcanic island group (Grand Canaria? Azores? forgot...) - scientists expect the last remaining active volcano on one of the islands, on the west-side, to collapse eventually due to structural weakening, sending a what they call mega-tsunami to the American east coast, possibly hundreds of feet high...