The west coast has better beaches, but it also has more of a chance of being completely destroyed by an earthquake at any moment. Is Dak taking this into account?
Lots of wild hypotheticals. And un-scientific silliness.In fairness, Texas' coasts are rather susceptible to hurricanes, and it's not impossible for a tsunami to strike there (https://www.nola.com/news/environme...cle_723a7509-3815-53e6-a314-485fc475d3ca.html). Theoretically, it's not impossible for a landslide near New Orleans to result in a large tsunami. Plus, there's also New Madrid, Missouri, which had a massive series of earthquakes in 1811-1812, which caused essentially the Mississippi to change direction and a tsunami in the river and to go with it. A big enough quake could theoretically result in a tsunami hitting the Texas coast too.