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    23 Sep: Tsunami on US East Coast

    by , 09-23-2013 at 08:01 PM (340 Views)
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    I'm on a cruise on the US East Coast. There's a global warning of an asteroid to hit Earth in the next hour and a half, followed by a huge tsunami that will hit the US East Coast. People freak out. I feel mad because I have the clear impression they knew about this a long time in advance but chose to warn people only when they could hardly do anything about it.
    Many people on smaller boats nearby head to land, but there's forest for kilometers and by foot they won't reach far enough inland to escape the tsunami.
    I don't know what to do, the boat crew left and took some people with them, but I stayed behind with many others.
    My mother appears with her boyfriend and tells me he is taking her on his yacht to shore, where he has a private jet and they can fly away to escape. But he can only take her, does not accept to take me along. I tell my mother "you should go and save yourself" to which she doesn't offer any resistance, so she says goodbye and leaves. (My actual mother would never, ever do that!)
    Saddened by my mother abandonment, I accept my faith. I go to the dining room where people drink and eat and cry and sing and I decide to join them and embark on a cake eating frenzy. There's like half a dozen varieties on the tables and I eat two or three pieces of each. It feels so soothing.
    Then I meet a guy and start talking to him and he has some knowledge of sailing, so I have the nuttiest idea. Why don't we go far enough on deeper sea to avoid most of the wave (as it forms near the shore) and turn the nose to the incoming tsunami (it's what they do in the movies to try to navigate super storms and giant waves, right?). We gather a team of 4 or 5 people who still want to fight for their lives and we head to the ship's bridge and manage to put the ship facing the wave.
    When it comes, it's a fucking big wall of water and we hold on to whatever we can. I tie myself up to some metal tubes with rope, but close to an exit, so in case we roll over, I'll try to swim away. But I think the ship survives. Not sure,
    'cause then I wake up.

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    Updated 09-30-2013 at 08:09 PM by 34880