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Oregon Author Talks The Next Tsunami

On Thursday, April 16 at 7:00 p.m. Oregon author Bonnie Henderson will present her latest book “The Next Tsunami: Living on a Restless Coast” at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum. 644 more words


Asian (Boxing Day) Tsunami

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Scotch Cap Lighthouse

The Scotch Cap Light in 1903.

The Scotch Cap Light was the first lighthouse on the outer coast of Alaska. It was built on Unimak Island in the Aleutian Chain in 1903. 216 more words


How Dangerous Of Tsunami?

Since 2004, when the first huge Tsunami happened, we all acknowledge how hazardous a Tsunami can be. Waves are basically created by lifting ocean bottom and exchanging the vitality to the water. 313 more words


The Latest: Special Announcement, Update on Papua New Guinea, Weather 360 news, and the warm up soon for the Northeast

On this edition of our 7 PM EST post of ‘The Latest’  we will talk about the special announcement we promised we would release, an update on the 7.7 earthquake in Papua New Guinea along with the tsunami it triggered, and the warm up headed for the Northeast, specifically the NYC Metro Area, where temperatures could soar over fifteen degrees. 304 more words

After shocks continue in Southwestern Pacific, warm is in the forecast for the Northeast US

Hundreds of smaller aftershocks are shaking up Papua New Guinea today after the 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck yesterday.  Back to the Northeast,  warm temperatures, and some more snow are in the forecast. 151 more words

Perry Stone Predictions include Tsunamis and Dictatorship

After watching the video, three things Perry Stone said resonate with me the most:

1 – Perry talked about many prophetic dreams he had long ago which were eventually fulfilled.  148 more words