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Thailand has worryingly lost connection with two tsunami detection buoys, but the country’s tsunami warning system is still effective, insists the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, or DDPM. Indian authorities recently recovered one of the buoys in the Indian Ocean after the department lost contact with it on October 22 last year. The department is trying to recover a second buoy which floated off into the Andaman Sea, losing connection with the department on Thursday, June 9. The buoys are going to be replaced, but not until November when weather conditions improve, said the department. Thailand does not only […]

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So the stop sending data but they still work and one they not even sure where one of them is 555 thai work in mysteries ways but as i find out resently its rude to call them cheats and liars but cheat and lie is not rude so rules from normal country's not apply here then it is very good possible that something broke and something lost still work perfectly   Amazing thailand 

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1 hour ago, palooka said:

Sadly there is only one way you can be totally sure they are working

People running very fast away from the beach? 

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