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  1. Yeah, so many factors to consider. The 2001 study seems more like hype than anything else. That's the older study that sparked the TV programs I saw years ago. With the 80' surge being worst case scenario, but very unlikely. In any event, I've alerted by family on the coast to keep an eye on the news and watch the volcano with an evacuation plan in mind because of the 8 hr window to evacuate if necessary.
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  2. Tidal waves are commonly considered as being synonymous with tsunami, which is cool, but technically they are different https://www.usgs.gov/faqs/what-difference-between-a-tsunami-and-a-tidal-wave?qt-news_science_products=0#qt-news_science_products Big tsunami waves happen in the shoals, the shallow parts of the ocean near the shores or somewhere out in the shallows of the ocean. So what you explained could have happened. The explanations of a tsunami are like this: a moving displacement of water volume, which defines a tsunami, can happen in at least 2 different ways. The most common would be an Earthquake involving a readjustment in the height of the ocean sea floor, one part moving up relative to the other part. This results in a tsunami wave moving in the direction of the lower plate. The other type is where a land mass suddenly cleaves off into the ocean causing it to rise as a tsunami. This is what could happen involving the island of La Palma. This link suggests that the resulting tsunami from La Palma may not be that big based upon the most likely cleaving considered. https://www.livescience.com/la-palma-volcanic-eruption-2021
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  3. I'm not sure they're here to respond and converse, though it would be nice to have some fellow ex-assemblies of god around here. My childhood church, in which my parents are still involved, is definitely cultic. I related to a lot in the video.
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