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tsunamis are related to earthquakes along plate boundaries, major transform faults, or as a result of slip on a normal fault that only slightly twists the earth’s surface. tsunamis can also occur when a volcano produces a lava flow into the sea. the deposit of the lava can be sufficient to block the flow and act as a dam that causes a large, explosive-filled volume of water to be forced through the dam. such a flow is commonly referred to as a “tsunami wave”. many tsunamis are part of tsunami cycles, whereby the source is recharged by a subsequent earthquake. when earthquakes trigger earthquakes in a sequence, the larger earthquakes can produce tsunamis that travel hundreds of kilometers. tsunamis are important in some parts of the world such as california and japan, where the pacific plate subducts beneath the north american plate. in this case, when enough water is released, the ocean floor is abruptly removed and a tsunami follows.
a tsunami is a type of seismic sea wave that is caused by an earthquake, but typically not by a submarine earthquake. the sound given off by sea waves is usually audible over the length of several miles （kilometers） even when the tsunami is far offshore. the united nations defines a tsunami as a series of waves caused by an earthquake or other underwater landslide that travels into the ocean. when a tsunami gets too big, the top and middle layers of ocean floor are lifted off the seabed, which can be a cause of floods that can be as big as those of ordinary earthquakes. the wave tops can also be accelerated into the atmosphere, turning the wave into a rogue wave or whiteout wave. the possible size of tsunami waves varies with the depth of the water, the length of the slip and the distance of the impact area from the center of the fault. the maximum size that is known to have occurred during a tsunami has been put at around 100 kilometers. the largest tsunamis to date have been between 6000 and 6400 feet high.
for most of his adult life, air chief marshal j j singh stood outside the indian air force. for the first time in almost four decades, he made an entry as a candidate in the 2014 indian elections. his triumph, however, was short-lived. so strongly was he defeated that his nemesis, lal krishna advani, came up with a term – satishpatra vikas – that meant ‘his last rites’ （satish meaning last, patra meaning rites）. in short, the joke was that he had been buried alive. among the reasons for his defeat was his inability to persuade even one member of his own party, the bharatiya janata party, to support him. what might have prompted so many of them to betray him? perhaps his inability to cope with the enormity of his defeat, the fact that he had been humiliated in the national elections, or even his cold-bloodedness in his callous treatment of ex-servicemen?
the film is the largest and first film of the series. earlier ones have targeted the “barney &amp; jerry show” style of comedy: all the plotlines occur in the course of one day, and the characters bounce from set-piece to set-piece. however, this film’s plot is a lot more complex, and every element, even the talking heads （often “round-table discussions”） is crucial to the story, as well as the action. the film starts off with a titanic-like iceberg, but then presents a very complex plot of eight heists in india to save the kidnapped politician’s child. apparently, some of the heists are related to those in ocean’s eleven and twelve, and that episode （oceania） is shown as a flashback in some scenes.
tidal currents are caused by rising and falling water. the tidal current travels north and south in relation to the north-south dipole of the earth. typically, the northerly （equatorward） current travels faster than the southerly （poleward） current, due to the greater pressure of the northerly bottom. the combination of faster northerly current and slower southerly current forms a clockwise current or a tidal clockwise flow. the faster the tidal flow is, the faster the current approaches land. when an object passes through a tidal current, it usually ends up being carried towards the shoreline. however, in rare cases, an object may be transported away from land and into the ocean’s center. every point on earth has a tidal range, usually less than two meters, and an astronomical basis. the less the tidal range, the less time the tide will vary per day. tidal flow is also affected by the moon’s orbit around earth as well as the earth’s day-night cycle. tides are also caused by underground movements, such as the flow of ground water.