• Iceberg Tsunami in Greenland
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[video=youtube;WzueKGHWc1U]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzueKGHWc1U[/video]
That was so fucking intense to watch! The speed that wave was coming at them was terrifying.
That's fucking awesome. I never knew such a thing could happen, I mean the force must be strong. Imagine how heavy all that ice is.
Did the windows in the boat shatter?
At 1:08, it looks a lot like CGI, but cool nonetheless fake or not.
That must have been wretchedly cold.
[QUOTE=wickedplayer494;36862308]At 1:08, it looks a lot like CGI, but cool nonetheless fake or not.[/QUOTE] because it was fake. I made this video in sonyvegas.
Although I wouldn't call that a Tsunami, it is possible for landslides to create a tsunami and they can actually be larger than the ones caused by Earthquakes, so large that they're Mega Tsunamis. [URL]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsunami#Tsunami_generated_by_landslides[/URL] [URL]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megatsunami[/URL] But I'm not sure if the same theories and physics could apply to falling ice.
Why was the water so dirty?
the only interesting thing to happen in greenland in forever
[QUOTE=Bbarnes005;36862753]Although I wouldn't call that a Tsunami, it is possible for landslides to create a tsunami and they can actually be larger than the ones caused by Earthquakes, so large that they're Mega Tsunamis. [URL]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsunami#Tsunami_generated_by_landslides[/URL] [URL]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megatsunami[/URL] But I'm not sure if the same theories and physics could apply to falling ice.[/QUOTE] If there's enough ice then this probably could happen. You'd need a lot more ice than the earth in those landslides I think.
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