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does anyone know exactly where this island popped up
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does anyone know exactly where this island popped up
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I have a question

does anyone know exactly where this island popped up exact location?

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does anyone know exactly where this island popped up
im sorting out whether it happened or not. The video circulating is admittedly not the footage, as the uploader of the video actually states in comments on the youtube video page itself. So is there real video, is there proof?
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The quake was strong enough to cause a mass 20 to 30 feet high to emerge from the Arabian Sea like a small mountain island off the coast of Gwadar, local police official Mozzam Jah said. A large number of people gathered to view the newly formed island, he said.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/24/world/asia...?hpt=wo_c2


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so if an island popped up wouldn't that cause massive waves?

was there a title wave at all from this event?


We also asked Mellors why the sudden appearance of an island wouldn't trigger a tsunami. He explains what happened off the coast of Pakistan could have been a "large scale mud liquefaction, or possibly what's known as a mud volcano, which is driven by methane."

http://www.weather.com/news/did-pakistan...a-20130924

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Islands regularly appear and disappear along the 3,000-km Balochistan coastline. The island is about 6 metres high and it covers an area of almost 836 sq meters. Local fishermen say the emergence of such mountains in the sea is not the first incident of its nature. Following the 1945 earthquake and tsunami, a similar mountain had emerged and then disappeared on its own after a year.
http://tribune.com.pk/story/609006/rare-...dar-coast/

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doopydo  Wrote: (09-25-2013 06:03 AM)
The quake was strong enough to cause a mass 20 to 30 feet high to emerge from the Arabian Sea like a small mountain island off the coast of Gwadar, local police official Mozzam Jah said. A large number of people gathered to view the newly formed island, he said.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/24/world/asia...?hpt=wo_c2


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so if an island popped up wouldn't that cause massive waves?

was there a title wave at all from this event?


We also asked Mellors why the sudden appearance of an island wouldn't trigger a tsunami. He explains what happened off the coast of Pakistan could have been a "large scale mud liquefaction, or possibly what's known as a mud volcano, which is driven by methane."

http://www.weather.com/news/did-pakistan...a-20130924

No tidal wave because it was not formed by two plates pushing up, it was formed by a vertical land mass column.
Best way I can explain it.
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