Tsunami Buoy in “EVENT MODE” off New Jersey with 180 ft. change in water depth

On April 23, 2016, a Tsunami Buoy was in "event mode" off the coast of New Jersey. The cause isn't known but it's surmised to have possibly been caused by the Lyrid meteor shower with a possible hit in the Atlantic by a baseball sized meteor. Of course, there's no way to make an accurate conclusion.

NOAA has their website with the icon active thus showing the buoy was in deed activated. The change was not one that happened over time, rather, it was a "sudden" change, thus giving credence that something happened suddenly and without warning.

Investment Watch reported, the water depth was at its “typical” level of 2612 Meters, but at 22:38 UTC, the depth 2585 Meters within 15 seconds. That’s a drop of twenty-seven meters (88 feet) in 15 seconds! It then skyrockets from 2585 Meters all the way up to 2640 Meters in 15 seconds . . . a change of fifty-five meters (180 feet). That’s a staggering change in water depth in such a short period of time.

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