Report: revamped U.S. tsunami warning system unreliable
A detection system that was expanded following an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 230,000 people has experienced significant outages and can no longer be relied on detect the giant waves as they approach the U.S. coastline, a new report finds.
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#1 Oct 3, 2010
Well at least LAs streets will no longer smell of urine if a tsunami hits.
#2 Oct 4, 2010
The salt water will do L.A. good. Same can't be said for the ocean.
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