Australia and 2012 Doomsday

Australia is the biggest island and per stats, it is sixth largest country.  Many doomsday experts are claiming that probable and impossible 2012 day may have its effects on Australia. Lets examine how far that is true.

Australia has 7,617,930 square kilometers  of area and it is surrounded by the sea-water from all the sides.  Now an important question, can there be a wave in the sea which can travel across Australia? If that is possible by any means, it would require very powerful waves. Looking at the properties of the Australian sea, it is not going to happen.  Australian sea does not have very high waves recorded or the tsunami type of activities.  I read many sources of the information, there is nothing recorded after 2006.  In 2006, 2.5 meter high waves were seen in western Australia. This is not so high to become a reason for doomsday effects.

The changes at small scale are always possible but the changes which are expected by the doomsday experts, are not possible practically.

Just in case, 2012 doomsday affects Australia then what is the best strategy to survive. Where to go and save yourself from the 2012 doomsday in Australia? Lets seek some answers to these questions in logical ways.

Mount Kosciuszko has the height of 7,310 feet. It is reachable by road and the vehicles can be driven to safer heights. It is almost impossible to reach the waves there.  And if you really want to be sure of the safest place in Australia, you can choose to be near the area of Alice Springs.  Anywhere in central Australia is safe. Avoid the coastal areas and the beaches if you see any sign of any unusual activities.

I am not saying the doomsday is going to come. I am trying to explain what you can do if you see any extreme unusual conditions any time and you feel that large scale changes are taking place.  Follow the survival tips which you can find in this site in my blogs.

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