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And pay no attention to turtle boy. He is a bona-fide side-show freak.
Hi GRIT & welcome to TNS. As a GRIT, I feel I should point out that I am a BRIT, that's a double for Boy raised in Town & British!!!This made an interesting read, and whole lot of questions. Doubtless JimBob and Bass will be greatly interested.As for me, I wouldn't know a rock if it hit me on the head. OUCH! What was that?
No Ma'am - it is GRITS - with or without cheese (I done been raised down south, too. And Bass - Well, watch out, he was there when Sherman marched to the sea! He's still a little miffed about it. Got so angry had ta' leave Georgia!) And pay no attention to turtle boy. He is a bona-fide side-show freak. Although I have been aware of this crater for a while, I did not know that it was causing problems in soil stability and subsidence today. What seems to be the consensus of opinion on the reason for this? Also, why is the water more salty - difference in seawater salinity with the melting of the glacial covering in the last 10-20,000 years?Oh, Waterman girl, whaat's up on thaa baaay?Lastly, and a tardy welcome to the site, Shell Hash Ma'am!
A topic and an idea from the designers that is DUMB as rocks! I should know - I live with a rfw of them. They don't seem to hear and talk back, either.
Local tsunamis, but not regional along the whole east coast. I would suspect massive fires in the rainforests along most of the east coast. There's some interesting recent research on the shape of impact craters and ejecta paths- will try to send references.
Not having yet read the link you posted- do you know if any paleo-channels or water gaps exist from the tsunami draining back into the ocean? Just curious