The 2,500-meter (8,200-foot) volcano that lies 25 km the south of Guatemala City has been erupting for 50 days, damaging plantations, destroying buildings, roadways, trees, vegetation – everything in the lava’s path.
Geldingadalur Volcano Eruption (May 15, 2021)
To put this in perspective, that’s as high as the Chrysler building in New York City; as high as the Eiffel Tower in Paris; higher (by 10 stories) than the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco.
“The size of megaplumes (above submarine volcanoes) is immense, with the volumes of water equivalent to forty million Olympic-sized swimming pools.”
– Press release from the University of Leeds, 21 April 2021
And we wonder what is heating our seas.
Has anyone heard about what has happened since?
If a couple of these babies should pop off, we could be looking at lots more melting ice.
Considered the largest eruption in the Caribbean in at least 250 years. And yet another strong explosion at the volcano occurred at 06:16 local time yesterday morning (16 Apr)
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In this video, archaeologist Peter Mungo Jupp presents the radical idea that civilization destroying plagues may be governed by electromagnetism such as cosmic rays.
Explosive eruption follows yesterday’s order for 100,000 residents in the southern Caribbean to evacuate