Skip to comments.Devastating Asian Tsunami Remembered, 5 Years On
Posted on 12/26/2009 10:09:04 AM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist
PHUKET, Thailand (AP) ―
Buddhist monks chanted on white-sand beaches in Thailand and thousands prayed at mosques in Indonesia to mark the fifth anniversary of the Asian tsunami that left 230,000 people dead.
The devastating Dec. 26, 2004, tsunami struck a dozen countries around the Indian Ocean rim. Its towering waves wiped out entire coastal communities, devastated families and crashed over tourist-filled beaches the morning after Christmas. Survivors waded through a horror show of corpse-filled waters.
In Thailand, hundreds of residents and foreigners returned to the beaches on the island of Phuket to recall one of the worst natural disasters of modern times.
A moment of silence was observed on Phuket's Patong Beach, a popular strip of hotels and restaurants, to mark the moment the tsunami struck.
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Geology, contrary to popular belief, is a major element in Darwin’s theory of evolution.
The words “Geographic” or “Geological” are present in four of the fourteen chapter titles in Darwin’s “Origin of the species.”
In essence, our Earth is evolving inasmuch as organisms are.
Yep. Evolving in response to it's 'environment'.
This event gets NO MSM attention for one reason: It was a HUGE triumph for President Bush and the US military.
I was about to say much of the same thing so I will just add AMEN!
Speaking of our Earth's environment, how does it feel to be travelling around the Sun at roughly 66,657.3 MPH?
Another obesrvation ... That number is cosmologically scary in that it's so very close to being 66,666 MPH.
Have I unearthed a physical constant of the 666 variety?
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