the eruption of mount redoubt on march 22nd 2009 shooting ash as high as 65000 feet above sea level as of today. the night of the eruption it erupted 5 times. Mount redoubt is about 100 miles from the very popular city of anchorage. Lucky for them, the winds werent blowing there way. most of these images are after or during eruptions, some are showing the activity leading up to the eruption, and some are the flooding from the eruption of the volcano.
eruption of soufriere hills volcano in montserrat. includes a videoclip and various bits of information.
Volcanoes erupting on the Big Island of Hawaii.
A thermal infra-red video taken of a small pyroclastic flow. A slab of rock fell off from the lava dome, which can be seen glowing at the beginning of the movie. It was unclear which direction the pyroclastic flow might have been going – but then it was spotted to the western side of the volcano, on gages fan. At the end of the video the flow slowly comes towards the camera during it’s end phase. Whilst the flow didn’t go very far (around 2km), if it had continued in the same direction as at the end, then it would have eventually drained into the Belham River valley, at the western end of Lee’s Yard. This has not happened yet during the eruption (since 1995), but with the largest lava dome ever, MVO scientists are carefully considering all possibilities.
Animation of the Sarychev Peak volcano eruption, created from 29 still frames taken by astronauts aboard the ISS. I’ve corrected the titles (per user bmanct) to refer to pyroclastic flows.
“If I were reincarnated, I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels” -Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh World population is, by all intents and purposes, completely out of control. Plans are underway now, implemented by the New World Order Elite, to depopulate the planet’s 6-7 billion people to a manageable level of between 500 million and 2 billion. There are many means and methods of depopulation that are being employed today, the 3 primary of which include; unsustainable/exploitative international development, which leads to massive hunger, starvation and famine worldwide (at least 40 million deaths annually), the fomentation of war, hatred and military procurements throughout the nations leading to millions of deaths worldwide, and finially, the creation and spread of infectious diseases leading to global pandemic, plague and pestilence on an unprecedented scale. Other methods used include; the build-up and use of nuclear, chemical and biological agents, weapons and warfare, the poisoning and contamination of the planet’s food and water supplies, the introduction and use of deadly pharmacuetical drugs in society, weather modification and the triggering of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis through electromagnetic psychotronic weapons both on Earth and in space, the promotion of homosexuality to limit population growth and spread the deadly AIDS virus, forced sterilization in countries such as China, forced …
Swam in the crater of this volcano, about 2 hour hike each way amidst searing heat and driving rain. Mt. Pinatubo erupted in 1991 and enveloped the entire world with ash that basically lowered the global temperature for 1 degree. It is regarded as one of the most violent eruptions in a century. Ashfalls were recorded as far as Malaysia and Vietnam. It literally blew up 300 meters of its top to form a caldera where we swam last May 10th 2008.
Bulusan Volcano Eruption (Watch the video to see the date when it happened).
Fly over the mouth of an active volcano to discover how destructive, yet good they are for the land around them. Of course, you’ll learn how to make your own volcanic eruption. See how the land around Mount St. Helens is thriving.
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