[EVA] Eva Ecological Aftermath [SPAM]
skyrocket35 at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 8 10:58:23 EST 1999
>While the ocean going up might not take a city out, the earthquakes and
changes in weather the 2nd impact must have caused could. My money says that
Australia is toast.
>This is getting rapidly OT, but just to round things off:
I don't see how. What the rest of the EVA world may be like seems very on
>Australia is one of the most geologically stable regions in the world,
>being on its own slow-moving tectonic plate, with Papua-New Guinea to the
>north absorbing most of the trauma of the slow impact with South East
>Asia.That's why the landscape is so old - no mountain building for a long
True. But being close to the South Pole, Australia is going to be the first
country hit by the HUGE tsunami the 2nd Impact must have caused. I don't
think Sydny is up to being hit by a wave the size of the Rocky Mountains.
>Also the climate is very diverse, so the effects of changes (eg a lot
> >wetter in central Australia, a lot drier in the South West corner) >will
>be averaged out. Loss of crop production in one area will be >compensated
>for in others. Some of the best climatology of recent >years comes out of
>the CSIRO here in Australia, and most of the >better models show a
>significant but not catastrophic effect to the >Australian mainland.
Well you can bet Perth would be gone. Much like my old high school, it was
built on reclaimed swampland. I'd say that Alice Springs is the capital of
whatever left of Australia in the EVA world.
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-Asuka Langly "Neon Genesis Evangelion"
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