A Tsunami Warning Buoy in the Caribbean Sea is now in "Event Mode" alerting authorities to a sudden and dramatic change in sea-depth: 35 METERS ! ! ! If this is not a malfunction, someone in is for a really bad day . . .
The buoy, operated by the National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) is showing a sudden drop from 4495 meters to about 4480 meters, then skyrocketing back up to 4515 meters within a time span of about 15 seconds! This is utterly extraordinary and could signal a disastrous Tsunami coming for folks whose land is bordered by the Caribbean Sea.
According to the US Geological survey, only a minor earthquake took place anywhere in that area, and it was of a small magnitude --nowhere near what would be needed to cause something like this with the ocean.
Here is the actual data from Buoy 42407 located 240 nautical miles southwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico:
It is possible -- even LIKELY -- that the buoy is malfunctioning. A change in sea depth of this scale would mean unmitigated disaster for a lot of people. Here is a photo of the actual buoy out in the ocean:
I am attempting to reach my contact at the National Data Buoy Center to determine what's taking place, and this story will be updated if and when I reach that person.
Here is a direct link to the National Data Buoy Center.