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A Crash Course on How to Survive a Tsunami

A tsunami is a series of destructive and very dangerous waves that result from earthquake activity or some other type of underwater disturbance (meteorite, landslide, underwater volcanic activity etc.).  Although "tidal waves" is the common term for tsunamis but it is not true because tsunamis have nothing to do with the moons gravitational pull on the tides, this term is a misnomer; although a tsunami's impact upon a coastline is dependent upon the tidal level at the time a tsunami strikes, tsunamis are unrelated to the tides.

Tides result from the imbalanced, extraterrestrial, gravitational influences of the moon, sun, and planets. The term "seismic sea wave" is also misleading. "Seismic" implies an earthquake-related generation mechanism, but a tsunami can also be caused by a nonseismic event, such as a landslide or meteorite impact. In recent years, tsunamis have caused an incredible amount of damage.
In order to survive a tsunami, you must be prepared, vigilant, and calm. This article sets out the ways that can help you to survive a tsunami, provided you learn and act upon these steps in advance.

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