Published on: Thursday, August 29, 2019
Environmental scientists Morgan Page, Michael Angove and Peter Gleick review the scientific validity of scenes from "San Andreas," "2012," "The Day After Tomorrow," "Volcano," "Twister," "Geostorm," "The Core," "Interstellar," "Sharknado," "The Perfect Storm," "Pompeii," "Noah," "The Impossible," "The Happening," "Hard Rain," and "Into the Storm".
Michael Angove - Tsunami Program Manager, NOAA
Dr. Morgan Page - Geophysicist, USGS
Peter Gleick - Hydrologist & Climatologist, Pacific Institute (www.gleick.com)
Tornado Safety info: https://www.weather.gov/safety/tornado
Tsunami Safety info: https://www.weather.gov/safety/tsunami
California Tsunami Safety info: https://www.tsunamizone.org
More about the UN/IOC Tsunami Program here: http://www.ioc-tsunami.org
The Pacific Institute: www.pacinst.com
Can my boat outrun a tsunami?
NOAA's influence on Twister: https://www.noaa.gov/stories/noaa-tor...
Special thanks to Hollywood Math & Science Film Consulting: https://www.hollywoodmath.com
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