I was curious about “the huge but without effect seaquake in the Caribbean a few days ago”.
Why or how wasn’t there a tsunami?
There wasn't enough vertical sea floor movement.
1. Can we expect a Tsunami like the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami in the "near future" which would kill millions?
2. What about significant volcanic eruptions affecting a large part of the population in the "near future"/
@SanArch (I hope you do not mind the nickname abbreviation, it's bad American cultural habit)
An Indian Ocean mass killer tsunami in 2018? Volcanic eruption effects across the globe?
I'm getting a blank on both.