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How to Survive a Tsunami, According to Science

  • If You See a Tsunami, Never Do Certain Things!

    8:20

    A tsunami is a string of immense waves that appear after earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, underwater landslides, and even asteroid impacts. The largest mega-tsunami wave ever recorded was documented on July 9, 1958, in Lituya Bay, in Alaska. The height of the wave reached a stunning 1,720 ft.

    This situation is no joke, and as soon as you find out that a tsunami is coming, you must act immediately to save your life. Here’s what you need to do right away.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    ???? If you're on dry land ????
    - The signs of an approaching tsunami 0:40
    - Behavior changes in animals 1:05
    - Evacuation 1:19
    - Why you shouldn't be too quick to relax 3:10

    ???? If you're out at sea ????
    - The safest depth 4:14
    - If you've managed to paddle away from the shore 5:22
    An amazing survival story 5:36

    #tsunami #survivaltips #brightside

    SUMMARY:
    - The water may suddenly drain, showing the ocean floor, or, vice versa, a wall of water may appear on the horizon.
    - If animals unexpectedly group together, hide in different nooks, leave the area, or show extreme anxiety, these may be signs of an approaching natural disaster.
    - As soon as you hear a tsunami alert, don't wait for even a second - evacuate immediately!
    - Move as far away from the shore as you can, heading toward high hills, mountains, or a forest.
    - If possible, go at least 2 miles inland and 100 feet above sea level.
    - Keep in mind that roads often get wiped out by tsunamis; therefore, after everything’s done, you may have trouble finding your way back.
    - Stay away from power lines, walls, bridges, and whatnot. Even if these constructions look sturdy enough, they can collapse during the aftershock.
    - Evacuation routes in potentially dangerous areas are often marked by a special sign with a wave and an arrow on it.
    - Even when you think that everything's over, don't be too quick to relax. Tsunamis come in waves, and there may be dozens of them.
    - Try to find reliable information by listening to radio updates.
    - Don't forget about the risk of electrocution. The water can be electrically charged by damaged underground power lines.
    - Far from the shore, such waves usually travel at a breakneck speed of up to 500 miles per hour. But when a wave is getting closer to the coast, it slows down to 30 miles per hour and grows in height.
    - If a tsunami is drawing nearer while you're far from the shore, paddle toward the horizon, to the deep sea.
    - A tsunami’s waves can travel at a speed of 20 to 30 miles per hour and reach a height of 10 to 100 feet.
    - About 80% of all the tsunamis are born in the Pacific Ocean's Ring of Fire, which is a seismically active zone with 452 volcanoes and the world's largest number of earthquakes.

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  • How to Survive a Dog Attack, According to Science

    4:25

    You’re walking home one day, when suddenly you’re confronted by a dog.
    It’s right in front of you, staring and scowling. The dog’s body is tensed up, it’s ears are flattened, and it bares its teeth. Two more dogs appear, on either side of you, and another one growls behind you. So, what do you do? How do you get away from an aggressive dog or dog pack?

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  • 7 Ways to Survive Natural Disasters

    9:35

    How to Survive Natural Disasters. Here’s a list of survival tips that can save your life in an emergency.
    We live in a time when natural disasters occur more and more often and get more and more devastating. Many of us believe we should blame the human race for that. Whether it’s true or not, we all want to know how to survive when those disasters happen.

    Some rules are universal for most natural disasters. A national campaign called Ready was started in the United States to inform the population about how to get ready for and survive in different emergency situations. It recommends having a basic survival kit to provide you with the most important things just in case. Remember you will need to have enough food, water, and other supplies for at least 72 hours after the disaster.
    “Other supplies” include a battery powered weather radio, flashlight, first aid kit, a whistle, a dust mask, personal sanitation items (such as moist towelettes), pliers, can opener for food, maps of your area and an emergency cell phone with backup batteries.

    TIMESTAMPS
    Hurricane 0:40
    Tornado 1:45
    Tsunami 3:15
    Flood 4:10
    Avalanche 5:03
    Wildfire 6:00
    Earthquake 7:00

    SUMMARY
    - If a hurricane starts while you are driving, leave your vehicle and find a building to shelter in, or a ditch. Stopping in an overpass will not save you. If your home is a trailer and there is enough time to flee to a safe area – do it.
    - If a tornado starts when you are in a public building, follow the same rules. You want to stay as low as possible. Avoid windows and open spaces such as auditoriums, gyms, and large hallways. Desks and benches can give you some extra protection if you get under them. It is impossible to outrun a tornado.
    - Tsunamis are so fast they hit the coast minutes after the earthquake. Remember that tall buildings, including hotels right in the beach area, can provide an excellent shelter. In case a tsunami finds you at sea, stay there instead of going back to the coast. It won’t be a safe haven.
    - Don’t try to be the bravest person around and stay in your house once you hear the evacuation warning. Leave for safety in higher grounds with your important papers in a waterproof container. If a flash flood gives you no time to evacuate and the water is all around you, don’t try to swim across it.
    - When an avalanche starts, try to move to the side of the slope as fast as you can. There will be more snow in the center of the flow. To move faster, drop any heavy equipment you have on you. If you can’t escape it, try using a sturdy tree to keep you above the snow.
    - If you find yourself in a wildfire area, it is critically important to ensure that you can breathe. If you fail to do it, you can pass out in the midst of a danger zone. Use a wet cloth to cover your nose and mouth and escape to safety.
    - If an earthquake starts when you are inside, stay where you were. Experts say that during an earthquake you must drop to the floor, get underneath a table, cover your neck and head with one hand, and hold on with the other hand. Your entire body must be under the table. Don’t try to run out of the building - the exterior of a building is one of the most dangerous places.

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  • How to Survive a Plane Crash, According to Science

    4:44

    If you find yourself going into a freefall inside a metal tube hurtling through the clouds at hundreds of kilometers per hour, and an oxygen mask drops down right in front of you - try not to panic.

    Airplane crashes are highly survivable. And here's what you can do to increase your chances of survival, according to science.

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  • How to Survive Being Lost in the Ocean, According to Science

    4:11

    Would you drink turtle blood? Eat a bird raw? How far would you go to survive being stranded on the ocean? Could you cope with sharks ramming your boat? Could you be resourceful in the face of fear? None of it will be easy. But you can survive, as others have done before you.

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  • How tsunamis work - Alex Gendler

    3:37

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    The immense swell of a tsunami can grow up to 100 feet, hitting speeds over 500 mph -- a treacherous combination for anyone or anything in its path. Alex Gendler details the causes of these towering terrors and explains how scientists are seeking to reduce their destruction in the future.

    Lesson by Alex Gendler, animation by Augenblick Studios.

  • 10 Ways to Survive an Earthquake, According to Experts

    8:41

    Find out how you can save yourself and protect your family in case of an earthquake. These survival hacks are important for all of us, even if you don't live in an area with a lot of seismic activity. No one is 100% safe from this disaster because you never know where you might be traveling or living in the future. So pay close attention to these safety recommendations that could save your life one day.
    Fortifying your house is a good place to start. Make sure you have enough supplies, including food, medications, fire extinguishers, batteries, and flashlights. Have an expert test your house’s foundation so it won’t slip during an earthquake.
    Depending on where the earthquake finds you, you should follow different survival rules. The most important thing in all cases is not to panic and to memorize the Drop, Cover, and Hold on technique. Drop right where you are onto your hands and knees. This is a safe position that allows you to slowly move towards shelter. Use one arm to cover your head and neck. A massive desk or table makes a good shelter. If there’s nothing in the room to hide under, at least stay away from the windows. Remain in this position and bend over as much as you can to protect your vital organs. Hold on like this until the shaking stops. If you were able to find some shelter, hold onto it using one hand and be prepared to move with it as it might shift.

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    TIMESTAMPS
    Make your house your fortress 0:34
    If you’re in a building 1:51
    If you’re outside 2:58
    If you’re in a car 3:24
    If you’re on the beach or near the shore 3:50
    If you’re in a wheelchair 4:10
    If you’re in a stadium 5:00
    If you’re in an elevator 5:25
    If you’re in bed 5:59
    If you’re trapped under rubble 6:25
    Overall evacuation rules 7:15

    SUMMARY
    -Be prepared for disaster: move all beds away from windows, strengthen shelves, cover all glass surfaces, keep extra fire extinguishers, batteries, flashlights, emergency food supplies and medications in your home.
    -Drop right where you are onto your hands and knees, use one arm to cover your head and neck. Hold on like this until the shaking stops.
    -Move away from power lines, tall buildings, and roads, try to find some shelter, drop, cover, and hold on.
    -Slow down and find a safe place to stop the car, stay in it until the earthquake stops.
    -Collect your things immediately and move to higher ground to avoid tsunami.
    -Lock your wheels, cover, and hold on.
    -Get on the floor in the space in front of your seat, bend over and cover your head and neck with your hands. Stay calm and reassure others.
    -Lie down on the floor, cover your head, wait until the elevator starts working again and get out of it ASAP.
    -Stay in bed, protect your head with a pillow and lie face down, move away from shelves.
    -Don’t move, cover your mouth with a cloth or piece of clothing. If you have a whistle, use it so that rescuers can find you.
    -Close all windows and shut off the gas, water, and electricity in your home. After leaving the building with only the most necessary things with you, find a safe place. Whatever happens, don’t panic.

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  • Wave tank demonstration showing the impact of coastal defences on flood risk

    12:23

    The JBA Trust wave tank shows how different combinations of coastal defences and wave and tide conditions affect the potential for overtopping and flood risk.

    Over-topping rates can be measured for the following defences and conditions:
    - beach during a storm surge
    - vertical and recurved sea walls
    - stepped and sloped revetments
    - rock armour
    - submerged near-shore breakwater

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  • If an Asteroid Falls in the Ocean, Will It Cause a Tsunami?

    10:10

    What’s the worst thing you could ever imagine happening? A massive wildfire? Maybe a huge flood? How about a gigantic asteroid hitting the Earth’s Ocean? Do you ever wonder what would happen to the Earth if it got hit by an asteroid in the middle of the Ocean?

    Asteroids hit the Earth and the Ocean all the time, but the amount of damage they cause is so insignificant, it usually goes unnoticed. This is because they’re tiny in scale, and they get slowed down by the earth’s atmosphere. However, the bigger they get, the larger their threat. Every 2,000 years, a huge space rock about as big as a football field hits the Earth, and it can cause an enormous amount of damage...

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    How often asteroids hit the Earth 1:20
    Which kind of asteroid can cause damage... 1:56
    or become a threat to the Earth’s civilization? 2:17
    What if an asteroid hit the Earth 3:01
    What would happen if it hit the Ocean? 5:16
    The physics of a tsunami 6:45
    The Eltanin Impact 8:39

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    Preview photo credit: NASA/Don Davis,
    Animation is created by Bright Side.

    SUMMARY:
    - Asteroids hit the Earth and the Ocean all the time, but the amount of damage they cause is so insignificant, it usually goes unnoticed.
    - Asteroids have rocky bodies, and most of the time, they’re small in size. They’re usually inactive, and just hang around, orbiting the Sun.
    - Hundreds of tons of dust and small particles hit the Earth every day. Since they’re so tiny, we don’t really notice them.
    - Approximately once a year, a car-sized asteroid hits the Earth’s atmosphere. It turns into a huge fireball and burns up completely before it touches the planet’s surface.
    - Any asteroid that’s about .5 mile would take a serious toll to the area of impact.
    - Every a few million years, a ginormous asteroid comes along, and it becomes a threat to the Earth’s civilization.
    - Around 66 million years ago, an asteroid that was approximately 9.3 miles in diameter hit the Earth. It left the impact crater that we all know today as the Chicxulub impactor.
    - The collision caused a ginormous tsunami, with waves as tall as 330 feet.
    - A cloud of blazing ash, dust and steam spread from the crater as the asteroid was tunneling underground. Particles and debris from the impact exited the Earth’s atmosphere.
    - During this catastrophe, a lot of carbonate rocks were destroyed, which produced a huge amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and created a greenhouse effect.
    - But what would happen if a smaller asteroid hit the Ocean instead of the Earth? Will it cause a tsunami? Well, the short answer is, no.
    - The waves will be local in the area of impact, but a strong Tsunami won’t be formed. The physics of a tsunami are a bit different.
    - It’ll cause some damage. To be more specific, the splashes that will form will travel tens of miles away.
    - It’s undeniable that strong winds and powerful shockwaves will cause damage to the surface of the planet. So, the further away the impact is from populated areas, the better.
    - What would really happen is that a huge wave would form at the area of impact in the Ocean, but it would break immediately, resulting in very little energy travelling further.

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    Tsunami is a series of giant waves. In Japanese, tsunami means 'Harbor Wave'.

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    Initially, these waves are small in size but they travel at great speeds. However, when the waves approach the shore, the rising seabed obstructs the energy of waves. This slows down the speed of waves. But the energy flux must remain constant leading to an increase in height of the waves, thus resulting in tsunami.

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  • How I Survived a Tsunami Science Musical

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    November 2013
    How I Survived a Tsunami
    by Tuyet Ha Vuong, Andrea Fleeman, Krislyn Randall, April Sanichanh
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    Science themed musical concert incorporating in the topic of Tsunamis.


    I've Got a Theory Science song lyrics:
    (Haha) I've got a theory, that it's an earthquake,
    An ocean earthquake... wait, something isn't right there. (rubs chin, confused)
    (Andrea)I don't believe it -- I can't be awake! (shakes head, pinches own arm)
    I've only seen the tide draw back so far in nightmares.
    (Haha) I've got a theory we should run away! (slow-mo runs in front of others)
    (All) It's getting eerie, the water is all gone from the bay!
    (April) (Eagerly) It could be fishes, some evil fishes... (all look at her like she's dumb)
    (Deflated) Which is ridiculous 'cause fishes they aren't smart enough no
    Fishes swim and don't have smarts and can't do this
    And I'll be over here. (sits down)
    (Andrea) I've got a theory, it could be dolphins...
    (all pause, look at her like she's crazy, [crickets chirp])
    (Krislyn) I've got a theor-
    (Andrea) (Interrupts, rocks it out) Dolphins aren't just cute like everybody thinks,
    They've got them great big brains and killer hunter instincts.
    And what's with all the sonar?
    What do they need x-ray vision for anyway?
    Dolphins, dolphins it must be dolphins! (air guitar)
    (pause)
    ...or a tsunami...
    (April) I've got a theory we should leave here fast.
    (Haha) Because it clearly could get serious before it's passed.
    (Krislyn) I've got a theory - high ground is safer. (Everybody mimes running slow-mo)
    What can't we face if we're together?
    What's in this place that we can't weather?
    A hurricane? We've all been there.
    The same old rain. Why should we care?
    (All) What can't we do if we get in it?
    We'll run away if there's a minute.
    We have to try. We'll pay the price.
    It's do or die. Bye, paradise! (Pauses slow-mo running to wave goodbye)
    What can't we face if we're together?
    What's in this place that we can't weather?
    There's nothing we can't face. (holding hands)
    (Andrea) Except for dolphins.



    Bel Air Science song lyrics:

    Andrea - Now, this is the story all about how
    This town got flipped, turned upside down
    And I'd like to take a minute, just sit right there
    I'll tell you how I survived a big tsunami in Bel Air

    Andrea - In the east coast of Florida, born and raised
    On the playground is where I spent most of my days
    Chillin' out, maxin', relaxin' all cool
    And all playin' some V-ball outside of the school

    HaHa - When the waves of the ocean rolled back from the shore
    No one had ever seen this before
    I told my mom what I saw and my mom got scared
    And said, We're gettin' in the car and drivin' outta here

    HaHa -I begged and pleaded with her for me to stay
    But she packed our suitcases and drove us both away
    And all during the car ride I told her what I knew
    About how a big tsunami comes from the ocean blue

    Krislyn - First off, there's an earthquake
    On the ocean floor like a Shake-n-bake
    Movin' the sea floor up and down real like dynamite
    Hmm, we just might all die

    Krislyn - The wave starts from the bottom and goes to the top
    And then it ripples outward and it just doesn't stop
    Close to shore there will be mass destructrion
    I hope they're prepared for the reconstruction

    April - If the earthquake happens far from the land
    And evacuation warnings get people out with a plan
    The damage isn't so bad, most people live
    It's safer to get out of that place, do you dig?

    April - These aren't tiny little waves when they come near
    They are fully thirty feet tall, they are something to fear
    It's not just one wave, it's three or four or five
    You need to get out if you want to stay alive

    April - With the knowledge I learned of tsunamis in school
    I saved me and my fam'ly, and I think that is cool
    When the waves were all gone and we went back to there
    There was no such place as the town of Bel Air

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    Until very recently, science had no answer to the question of why we sleep, or what good it served, or why its absence is so damaging to our health. Compared to the other basic drives in life - eating, drinking, and reproducing - the purpose of sleep remained elusive.

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