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  1. Zrxmax
    12-12-2018 09:56 PM
    About the Northwest event. I saw a story somewhere ( I looked for it and couldn't find it) that says it appears that a 1000 high ( rough estimate ) wave came eastward out onto the plains of eastern Washington. Two noticeable changes in landscape were thought to be the result of a vast and fast moving flood.
    1. The valley was almost treeless in an area that would normally be wooded.
    2. A most peculiar set(s) of ground was rippled on a gigantic size as compared to what you would see on the edge of a stream... only much bigger.

    I don't remember the exact dimensions of these ripples but they were much easier to distinguish from the air when flying low in a small airplane.

    The observers of this spent a lot of time thinking and researching this geography and their best guess was a massive flood from the Pacific Ocean
    caused the landscape they came upon.... it was miles wide and many miles long.



    All the best... and Merry Xmas!
    Ted

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