|Re: Such Carnage is Hard to Believe!|
|John Levine (email@example.com)|
31 Dec 2004 01:59:38 -0000
> If such waves hit either the east or west coast of the U.S., how far|
> inland would the destruction be? One mile? Ten miles? How much
> shoreline (ie length) would be affected?
> For example, say the wave were to hit Coney Island in Brooklyn NY,
Here on the east coast we have hurricanes and other storms, and a
On the west coast, it depends on the topography which varies a lot.
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