What if Mega-Tsunami hit the United States – Modern day Noah’s Great Flood? – Epic Short Video – Also read about the millionaire who built a modern day Noah’s ark

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Some geologists theorize that a volcano on La Palma might fall into the ocean and send a mega-tsunami across the Atlantic.

Welcome to La Palma, one of the 7 main Canary Islands, home to 81,000 people and a giant, scary volcano. Suppose it erupts, and the eruption is big enough that it triggers a massive landslide.

Massive enough to send over a billion tons of rock sliding into the ocean, causing… A mega-tsunami. The initial wave is 914 meters (3000 feet) high.

It surges upwards and outwards, setting off a chain reaction of deadly waves in all directions. In 6 hours, a series of 30 meter (100 ft) waves will batter the American East Coast.

This Guy Built a Modern Day Noah’s Ark and It’s Beyond Impressive

What this man just pulled off is beyond impressive.

A carpenter from the Netherlands named John Huibers has taken his carpentry skills and put them to the test, building an ark of biblical proportions. The idea came to him in a dream, and when he got to work everyone who saw him thought he was crazy. But when he finally finished the ark, everyone is completely amazed!

Meet the man who built a modern day Noah’s Ark. This man isn’t your ordinary carpenter, and this massive vessel is living proof.

It came to him in a dream and John made it his mission in life to create an exact replica of Noah’s Ark.

The ark can hold over 5,000 people! It is larger than a football stadium.

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