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« Reply #45 on: October 11, 2010, 04:56:48 pm »

Curiously this is all I could find. I even worded the question 10 different ways, and this is the only peice of evidence I could produce. Even funnier is the fact there is no information on a cause for such an event. Even a storm surge from a catagory 5 hurricane would not produce the kind of tsunami that this tid-bit of information shows. So, was it an under-water quake or mega-thrust of crust that caused this? Or was it an impact of some kind? Maybe a land-slide?

This still would have had a greater impact, had an entire island-continent was destroyed.
Now, where does this leave us with this whole concept?
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