on 2/16/06 11:01 AM, t3rinity at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Not that I give much to it, but technically speaking they attribute
> the wiping out of the Himalaya to an earthquake which would
> simultaneausly cause the Tsunami:
> "Thus, all of India will be affected - coastal (by the waves) as well
> as interior and North (by the earthquake). Kashmir to Kanya Kumari.
> Including the metros. If the Himalayas get flattened, what would that
> mean to Delhi." and:
> " What does the flattening of the Himalayas imply (the words
> "flattening" and "no more" are probably not the original terms used,
> so dont go by them). Does it mean India breaks free of Asia and
> becomes an island. Or partly so."
> Well, if its just an earthquake and a tsunami, that can always happen,
> but it wouldn't wipe out 60% of the worlds population.

It would if it were cataclysmic enough to "flatten" the Himalayas. 

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