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'Alien message' sparks tsunami panic

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news icon rA website warning of a tsunami has spread panic in Morocco, despite the government's assertion that the alert was merely rumour - and the dubious nature of its source.

The Ufological Research Centre said on its website last week that a tsunami could hit the Atlantic after a comet passes close to earth on Thursday, May 25.

news icon View: Full Article | Source: Aljazeera.net

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Immortal Norway

Isn`t there a law about this. Even if not there should be.

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ThickasaBrick

Well, I have to say that if a comet fragment hit earth, there very well could be tsunami's and earthquakes. That is like saying, "If I smash my hand with a hammer it will hurt." Why do poeple believe anything they are told? I understand the fear over another tsunami, but you could pick a better place to get your info than an Ufological Research Centre.

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Bio-Mage

Doomsayers have a special way with people....

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RamboIII

Isn`t there a law about this. Even if not there should be.

In America you aren't allowed to yell fire in a crowded room or make death threats, but there is nothing against this. I don't know any of Morroco's policies however.

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snuffypuffer

We can learn something from this, however. That is a lot of Moroccans get their news from UFO websites.

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