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Desc:The answer: real big
Category:Educational, Nature & Places
Tags:Weather, disaster, tsunami, natural disaster
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
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Why does this remind me of the Monty Python skit with the height-measuring archaeologists?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PV0phQdSLvk from 8:25 onwards.
I like it, but his comparisons get a little goofy.
I found the video non-specifically annoying, but that just might be a side effect of ROUS being a terrible person.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Eh Aren't they massive a surge of water rather than big a huge Hollywood wave?
Yeah, but that massive surge of water can be astoundingly "tall", too.

I mean, in the Japan tsunami, there were tall (not skyscraper, but multi-story office towers) buildings that barely managed to have their roof un-swept in some places.

Definitely the most terrifying natural disaster in terms of sheer scale, barring mega-volcanoes or massive asteroids and whatnot that'd just, you know, wreck global civilization.

On very rare occasions, and when conditions are right, they can...

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