why were there no tsunami warnings in the Indian Ocean?

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Answered: How does the recent Japanese tsunami compare to the 2004 Indian Ocean

The Indian ocean tsunami (earthquake magnitude 9.1-9.3) had an initial surge of 33 meters and killed about 230,000 people. The 2011 Japan tsunami (9.0) had a height of 10 meters and 20,000 people were killed or missing.

Answered: How long has Japan had a tsunami warning system?

Tsunami- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tsunamis are a frequent occurrence in Japan; approximately 195 events have been recorded. .... In the 1950s, it was discovered that larger tsunamis than had previously ... Since the wave still has the same very long period, the tsunami may take .... A ...

Answered: Who is Responsible for the Economical Tsunami?

Obama Failed Economy Policy: 1) Porkulous spending has not worked, has not created any new jobs, and has weakened the dollar in the world market. As Treasury attempts to secure over $65BB in new borrowing this week the probability of interest rates rising looms. The dollar continues its freefall ...

Answered: What is a pole celt? indian relic

It is a polished stone, meant to be attached to a pole. Unlike an arrowhead, which is primarily a hunting implement or weapon, a celt is designed to be a tool, closer to an ax than an arrow.

Answered: Origin of he oceans

In the beginning GOD created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1. JayR
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