MOST POWERFUL MEGA TSUNAMIS EVER CAUGHT ON CAMERA 2017 COMPILATION JAPAN TSUNAMI FOOTAGE ON FILM


MOST POWERFUL MEGA TSUNAMIS EVER CAUGHT ON CAMERA 2017 COMPILATION JAPAN TSUNAMI FOOTAGE ON FILM
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    For other uses, see Tsunami (disambiguation) and Tidal wave.
    This article is about waves, sometimes called "seismic sea waves," that travel through the ocean. For waves that travel through the Earth itself, see Seismic wave.
    2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, An aerial view of damage in the Sendai region with black smoke coming from the Nippon Oil Sendai oil refinery
    
    The Greek historian Thucydides suggested in his late-5th century BC History of the Peloponnesian War, that tsunamis were related to submarine earthquakes,[5][6] but the understanding of a tsunami's nature remained slim until the 20th century and much remains unknown. Major areas of current research include trying to determine why some large earthquakes do not generate tsunamis while other smaller ones do; trying to accurately forecast the passage of tsunamis across the oceans; and also to forecast how tsunami waves would interact with specific shorelines.
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    Tsunami
    
    The term tsunami, meaning "harbor wave" in literal translation, comes from the Japanese 津波, composed of the two kanji 津 (tsu) meaning "harbour" and 波 (nami), meaning "wave". (For the plural, one can either follow ordinary English practice and add an s, or use an invariable plural as in the Japanese.[7])
    
    There are only a few other languages that have an equivalent native word. In Acehnese language, the words are ië beuna[8] or alôn buluëk[9] (depending on the dialect). In Tamil language, it is aazhi peralai. On Simeulue island, off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, in Devayan language the word is smong, while in Sigulai language it is emong.[10]
    
    In Singkil (in Aceh province) and surrounding, the people use the word gloro/galoro for tsunami.[11][12] In Nias language, it is called oloro/galoro[13] and in Ende it is called ae mesi nuka tana lala[14]
    
    Tidal wave
    
    Tsunami aftermath in Aceh, Indonesia.
    Tsunami are sometimes referred to as tidal waves.[15] This once-popular term derives from the most common appearance of tsunami, which is that of an extraordinarily high tidal bore. Tsunami and tides both produce waves of water that move inland, but in the case of tsunami the inland movement of water may be much greater, giving the impression of an incredibly high and forceful tide. In recent years, the term "tidal wave" has fallen out of favor, especially in the scientific community, because tsunami actually have nothing to do with tides, which are produced by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun rather than the displacement of water. Although the meanings of "tidal" include "resembling"[16] or "having the form or character of"[17] the tides, use of the term tidal wave is discouraged by geologists and oceanographers.

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    1. 725 people didn't like the video or didn't like the events in the video. When you dislike a video it counts. So be thoughtful before you dislike. This video is awesome showing some of the ultimate footage of Natures Fury. I really feel bad for the people who were effected in these disasters. God bless them.

    2. A tall tower or some sort of tall building must be built near the ocean so that people who are close to the seashore can just run and save their lives! 🙄

    3. The waves r so black they look like ink. And they're so fast ppl underestimate them until it's too late. Like tornadoes, tsunamis don't stop till their done.

    4. The person at 7:12 has a death wish.. Why would you be recording, instead of RUNNING FOR YOUR LIFE?? How did that clip even get recovered?. Tha shits crazy son

    5. Sera. Natural este tsunami or seria provocado porque con la tecnologia qüe tenemos hoy en dia pueden provocar a la naturaleza para crear erupciones en Los volcanes peovocar la naturaleza crear tsunamis terremotos huracanes y da tristeza qüe no se wl hombre no puede detener la fuerza de la nature Podria ser qüe Los provocan y luego le dicen a la gente la paja qüe en la biblia dice toda esta Farsa paja y la gente pendeja se creen todas esas mamadas jajajaka