Allison:

Right or wrong

1 year ago
Allison:

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1 year ago
AngeI:

i think thats correct

1 year ago
Shadow:

You think? ;)

1 year ago
AngeI:

e.e

1 year ago
Shadow:

Just think of Japan, after the earthquake right off it's cost, they had water going miles inland. Tsunamis require massive amounts of energy to displace that large amount of water. Large objects falling into the ocean can cause this, such as the 1958 Lituya Bay tsunami. Volcanic eruptions can also do this. But as far as the most often cause, it is earthquakes, or the shifting of tectonic plates.

1 year ago
Shadow:

If you are interest, here is a quick article about the Lituya Bay tsunami. It was the tallest wave to ever go across Earth's surface. http://geology.com/records/biggest-tsunami.shtml

1 year ago
Allison:

I love how you have time to write all this for one question. ._.

1 year ago
Shadow:

Haha, is it wrong if I want to help you learn? The world is truly an amazing place :)

1 year ago
Shadow:

P.S. I peer edit essays as well.

1 year ago
Allison:

Huh. Maybe I'll ask you to check an essay for me (:

1 year ago
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