Yeah, even though I'm supposed to know better, I keep thinking of the Tsunami as a tidal wave, when in fact it's more like a storm surge that comes with a hurricane, where the ocean water is thrown farther and farther on shore from a tremendous inertia. The tsunami surge eventually does retreat on its own, rather than being held in place for a day by the pressure of the giant storm. In fact, some of the video I saw from Norwegian tourist in Phuket, Thailand (that's "poo-ket") indicated that they had a minor surge that preceded the massive tsunami, and that lots of people thought it was no big deal. (In that same video, the water appears to rise about 10 feet in about 2 minutes.)
--LAN3 Thu Dec 30 11:31:25 2004
Also, here's a Tsunami to be looking forward to:
"Florida and the Caribbean, the final destinations in the North Atlantic to be affected by the tsunami, will have to brace themselves for receiving 50 meter high waves -- higher than Nelson's column in London -- some 8 to 9 hours after the landslide."
Yes, 50 meters is the tsunami at its weakest.
--LAN3 Thu Dec 30 13:04:50 2004
snarkiness of the moment:
kirk, it's "they're," rather than "their," in your linkback of the moment.
--FoSO Thu Dec 30 13:48:24 2004
I'm too lazy to research this but can anyone find out for me if Nostredamus predicted this tsunami and this ridiculous amout of fatalities? I'll keep checking kirk's site. Thanks.
--James Fri Dec 31 09:43:39 2004
Leo You will want to make sure you are taking care of tnhgis with your low back. I would suggest hitting the mwod to find tnhgis that you can do to help with this situation.You will determine the number of repeats taking into account your ability to maintain proper mechanics for the time or distance. Maintaining proper mechanics will also help not to aggrivate your low back. Yes, stay with the prescribed distance or time on tempo/tt wods. You may want to enter a 5K or 10K as you are training for your marathon as a check in and it will allow you to see if any changes are needed to how you prepare on race day.
--Marina Fri Apr 6 17:58:00 2012
Well..according to Mr. dude, the icnd2 Actualtests and Testking are not updated, even if they chagend their date of update. That means they are trying to fool the buyers, which the dump companies often do to increase their sales.P4S is also not updated for icnd2 exam. You can check their website. I think they've gone to sleep mode after july31st.The only one dump left is testinside and i don't think they are updated too. In fact all dump makers are pretty much dead nowadays. They all are copying each other...
--Hiufrhesjfope Thu Apr 11 18:28:11 2013
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