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Mix volcanic ash with fire smoke, add heat, stir….we’re in for a delightful rest of summer folks
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Incredible in Iceland last night. If you watch nothing else, watch this one.

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And for the third time in 2023, a volcano in Hawaii is erupting.

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Right now The Two Pineapples are giving the best live stream shots of the erupting cinder cones in the caldera of the Kilauea Volcano.

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I see Queens updates here, and all I can realize is that.......


wait for it


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For me it is, "I like to watch natural phenomena that has been going on since the Earth's birth." :D
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New: Emergency in Iceland. The entire Blue Lagoon and Geothermal Power Plant are under threat and thousands of people are evacuating out of Grindavik right now. :200:

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Italy has Stromboli and Etna and Campi Flegrei, under Naples.

https://www.cnn.com/2023/11/09/europe/s ... index.html

The most dangerous volcanic threat in Italy right now is one you’ve probably never heard of: Campi Flegrei, or the Phlegraean Fields.

This unassuming plain, which stretches 200 kilometers (125 miles) under the bay of Naples and the islands of Capri and Ischia to the outskirts of the city of Naples, is a giant caldera, or depression, left by a supervolcano some 2 million years ago.

Let's see, I've been to Iceland, now under volcanic threat again.
I've been to Naples, the supervolcano is awakening.
I've been to Israel. :200:
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This is what is being shared on the Iceland Geology pages on facebook.

"English below **
For all of you volcano enthusiasts!
- This will not be fun and innocent volcanic eruption similar to in Fagradalsfjall in the last years
- Don't go to the area now, you could be disrupting a vital evacuation!
- Wait to go to the area until the Public Defense gives the green light, the eruption could be big with a large amount of toxic gases
- Show respect and obey instructions! Thousands could lose their homes and tens of thousands in Suðurnes could have problems with heating and electricity this winter
- Don't be stupid, Instagram pictures aren't that important!
To all volcano enthusiasts!
- This will not be a fun and innocent eruption like in Fagradalsfjall these last years
- Do not enter the area now, you may be interfering with the ongoing life-or-death evacuation!
- Do not go into the area until the Civil Defense gives the green light, this eruption could be large with toxic gasses in large quantities
- Show respect and obey instructions! Thousands could lose their homes and tens of thousands in Suðurnes could have problems with heat and electricity this winter
- Don't be a dick, the Instagram photos are not that important!
Share at will / Feel free to share"

And share I did.
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Thousands of people being evacuated as a precaution. The thing is, Iceland has had three eruptions already.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-67387827
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As of November 11:

"Updated November 11 at: 11:15 am
Around 800 earthquakes have been recorded in the seismic zone since midnight. The seismic activity has only decreased in the last few hours, which still remains high. The most seismic activity in the last few hours has been at the southwest end of the tunnel near Grindavik.
The data received last night and last night are being processed. The goal is to better understand the magnitude of the observed magmatic movements. The data indicate that the magma tunnel extends from Stóra-Scógsfell in the north and south of Grindavíkurbær into the sea. According to the very first model calculations, based on satellite data since last night, the depth to the top of the magma tunnel north of Grindavík was estimated at 1.5 km. Based on the latest GPS data, the speed of the deformation is many times higher than what has been measured in the upheavals on the Reykjanes Peninsula. Based on those measurements and satellite images, it seems that the size of the magma tunnel and the magma flow associated with it are many times what has been measured in the upheavals of the Reykjanes Peninsula in recent years. Although models indicate that the magma tunnel extends into the sea south of Grindavík, it is unlikely that magma will emerge on the sea floor, if you look at the history of eruptions in this area, as well as the fact that slippage there is much less than at the middle of the fissure at Sundhnjúka crater.
Scientists meet regularly to interpret the data collected. New deformation data is expected later today, giving a clearer picture of the development of the scenario. The press conference will be held in the premises of the Civil Defense at 12 today where the state of affairs and possible scenarios will be reviewed more closely.
The probability of an eruption in the near future must be considered significant"
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Earthquakes in Iceland are causing geological changes.

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Iceland is on edge. There still has not been an eruption and it's a nail biter as to when and where it is going to happen. The town of Grindavik has been evacuated and all but destroyed by fissures in the earth. So sad.
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