Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surface

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Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surface

Postby martin007 » 26 Oct 2021, 21:49

Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surface


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6SS3jCqPh8


Only an underwater tidal wave is capable of doing it.
What do you think?
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Re: Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surf

Postby biscuit » 26 Oct 2021, 22:13

That's really interesting! It was caused by seismic activity on Iwo Jima. The video does not show whether the entire ground bubbled up to the surface, or whether it was really forceful water that pushed the hulks into the beach.
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Re: Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surf

Postby biscuit » 26 Oct 2021, 22:32

No I'm wrong... it is not from Iwo Jima activity, it is a little volcanic island nearby, more like a sea-level mud patch, that is erupting. So more likely the sea bed/island popping up out of the water has just pushed those wrecks up
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Re: Japanese ships sunk during World War II rise to the surf

Postby biscuit » 27 Oct 2021, 09:36

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