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Subject: Tsunami and Earthquake predicted in Malaysia and Singapore
during the month of December 2005 and January 2006!!!
Quake and tsunami predicted in S'pore & M'sia
BANGKOK: Thailand's now iconic meteorologist, Dr Smith Dharmasaroja, who
in Year 1998 predicted a killer tsunami would hit Thailand one day & was ignored, said S'pore & M'sia were also in danger from a future
earthquake and tsunami.
"I believe the epicentre of future quakes will shift northwards, north
of the Andaman & Nicobar islands."
"A big earthquake with a more northerly epicentre than the Dec 26 quake
will generate a tsunami which will have a more direct route down to the
Straits of Malacca, swamping S'pore and M'sia." during the month of
december 05' and january 06'."As the sea passage narrows, more
water will build up and the wave will become bigger. S'pore is relatively low-lying & quite flat, and would be
badly affected. Remember,in Dec,the tsunami was 30m high at Banda Aceh.
At Khao Lak,it was 16m high," he said."
Dr Smith,70,retired as chief of Thailand's Meteorological Department
well before last Dec's disaster.But before that, he had warned first in
a speech and then in a memo that Thailand's Andaman coast was at risk
from a killer tsunami.
Tragically his warning, although widely reported by the media, was
Government officials, fearful of tourists staying away, branded him a
cranky and dangerous man. The authorities in Phuket castigated him &
said he was not welcome to visit. After the tsunami, Prime Minister
Thaksin Shinawatra recalled him and made him the chairman of a committee
tasked with developing a national disaster warning centre and strategy.
"I'm not happy that I have made the right prediction," he said. "Nobody
can accurately predict an earthquake; you can only assume from
historical data," he added.
He said big natural disasters occur in 80 year to 100 year cycles,
apparently randomly across the world.
"If you speak out too much, forecast too much, you will get a lot of
criticism, from government agencies, the tourism sector and so forth,"
Explaining the northward shift of future epicentres, Dr Smith stressed:
"This is no joke. I would like you to put this message out to S'pore and
Malaysia. A researcher working on the hypothesis, who did not want to be
named, said the research was on-going and final results were not yet
Dr Smith said: "I have seen the simulations that indicate this and they
look believable. From my own experience, it is possible."Only a few days
ago, there was a 6.1 quake in the Andaman sea near the Nicobar
islands, which is abo ut 321.8km north of the Dec 26 quake. So, this is
an indication that the epicentre is moving north."