ShadowMysticStudiosFeatured By OwnerSep 23, 2013Professional General Artist
A Tsunami is actually little danger to a house on open ocean. The destructive force of a tsunami comes from the massive momentum of billions of gallons of water combined with the continental shelf forcing it upward. Along with narrowing the water and thus increasing pressure, the continental shelf is water turns a gigantic oceanic ripple into a deadly wave. A ship in deep water is unlikely to even notice that a tsunami has passed.
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