Welke? Je bedoelt zo'n grote als een deel van de vulkaan de zee in schuift en vervolgens New York vernietigd?quote:
Nou New York lijkt me sterk aangezien dat aan de oostkust ligtquote:
Valt me nog mee dat de UFO's nog niet gemeld zijn die je normaal gesproken ook rond vulkaanuitbarstingen ziet.quote:
Ah dat is een andere dan? Ik dacht dat er ook 1 was in die buurt die wel NY zou kunnen raken. Afijn, maakt verder niet uitquote:Op vrijdag 25 mei 2018 09:36 schreef Frutsel het volgende:
Nou New York lijkt me sterk aangezien dat aan de oostkust ligt
HAARP! Bestaat echt. Heb het op de Feesboek gelezen laatst.quote:
Dat is het la palma verhaal volgens mij.quote:
Ja dat is LaPalma op de Canarische Eilandenquote:
De grote uitbarsting is toen niet gekomen. Weet je nog toen het vliegverkeer stil kwam te liggen voor best lange tijd? Volgens mij zou een echt grote uitbarsting toen het vliegverkeer wereldwijd voor weken lam hebben kunnen leggen.quote:
https://www.theguardian.c(...)zens-more-propertiesquote:Hawaii volcano: 'lava tide' flows down street, destroying dozens more properties
A tide of molten rock turned a Hawaii street into a volcanic wasteland on Friday as the number of homes destroyed by the erupting Kilauea volcano soared and authorities told residents to flee a surge of lava.
The destructive fury of the erupting Kilauea volcano was unleashed on the Big Island’s Leilani Estates housing development, with the number of homes and other structures destroyed leaping to 82 from a previous count of 50, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Some 2,200 acres (890 hectares) of land have been torched by lava since 3 May, in what is likely to be the most destructive eruption of Kilauea in more than a century, according to the County of Hawaii.
“There were eight houses taken on this road in 12 hours,” Ikaika Marzo said in a Facebook video as he stood on Kaupuli Street and showed a black, glass-like lava field where his cousin’s house previously stood.
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Magma spewed from 100ft (30-metre) cinder cones and formed elevated ponds of molten rock that were expected to soon overflow and stream into the next rows of homes – Kahukai and Mohala streets. Firefighters went door to door evacuating residents before the lava arrived.
“It’s this tide of lava that rises up and overflows itself on the edges and keeps rising and progressing forward,” US Geological Survey geologist Wendy Stovall said.
About 37 structures are already “lava locked”, meaning homes are inaccessible, and people who do not evacuate may be trapped.
“Any residents remaining in the current affected areas should evacuate now,” Hawaii County Civil Defense said in an alert.
quote:Kilauea volcano update: New fissures, large lava flows from western and central part of fissure system
The eruption continues at similar levels as during the past days, with conditions changing faster than it is possible to accurately update.
Multiple lava flows fed from multiple fissure vents continue to feed several lava flows. The main advance has been from the central-western part of the system towards the north-east, invading additional inhabited and forested areas. The number of destroyed houses has unfortunately been increasing with the hour almost. A tendency of activity moving uprift (NE) is visible overall.
The ocean entry (created by two flows) showed little to no activity yesterday morning, but probably is still active. HVO / USGS reported late last evening (Hawaiian time) that "Fissures 7 and 8 remain the most active eruptive centers of the system", while "Fissure 22 has waned, and Fissure 13 is the dominant source of lava entering the ocean, which is occurring at three minor entry points. Fountaining is occurring at Fissure 8. Fissure 7 activity increased overnight, with lava fountains reaching 150-200 feet high and producing a large spatter rampart over 100 feet tall."
At 19:00 Sunday evening (local time), the large perched lava pond created by lava from fissure #7 apparently breached, creating a fast moving lava flow that ran down Leilani Avenue and Luana Street in Leilani Estates, then continued to move NE, crossing Pohoiki road and invading the western part of the Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV), where at least one of the drill wells (previously sealed) was covered.
At least two new fissures (#24 and #25) have formed in the area of southern Nohea St in the western-central fissure system, feeding new lava flows that advance mostly to the N and NE, destroying additional portions of the central part of Leilani Estates
In the lower East Rift Zone (LERZ) fissure system, the area of Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens was the scene vigorous eruption of lava also throughout Monday 28 May.
Early Monday morning it became clear that the fast-moving flow which broke out the evening before originated from fissure 8 which fed a channelized flow that first moved north along an older flow before turning east and quickly destroying a new residential area. Its initial advance rate of hundreds of meters (yards) per hour had however slowed down to a few meters (yards) an hour by Monday morning and eventually stalled during a short period of inactivity. Late in the afternoon of Monday 28 May, however, vigorous fountaining resumed at fissure 8, producing a fast-moving lava flow that travelled first north and then northeast at a speed of ca 18 meter (20 yards) an hour. Fissure 8’s vigorous fountaining has produced significant amounts of Pele’s hair which are transported downwind, with reports of some strands falling in Pahoa.
Several other fissures which were inactive on Monday morning 28 May reactived again later that day with spattering and lava fountains, the highest of which were observed at fissure 7/21. A resulting lava flow was moving south from fissures 16/18, but the amounts of lava they had erupted was not yet enough to reach the ocean so that only a minor ooze of residual lava was entering the ocean on Monday evening. (HVO/USGS)
Ash continued to erupt intermittently from the vent within Halemaʻumaʻu crater, at Kīlauea's summit throughout Monday 28 May. HVO/USGS reports that a brief emission event at about 4:35 AM local time sent ash to about 3050 meter (10,000 feet) above sea level, and a similar event around 6:30 AM sent ash to approximately 3660 meter (12,000 feet) above sea level. Observations from the ground, by UAS, and by satellite during the past week have documented retreat of the summit vent walls due to collapse of the steep conduit and rim.
Earthquakes are currently occurring at high rates in the summit area and a magnitude 4.1 earthquake occurred at 5:39 PM HST on the Koa'e fault zone south of the caldera. Seismicity continues in the summit region as the area subsides and adjusts to the withdrawal of magma.
quote:Activity in Lower Puna remains at high levels
The activity in Lower Puna remains stable at high levels with the principal vents being fissure #8 (western portion of the system) and #18 (eastern part). Both feed voluminous lava flows that continue to consume land, property and pose threats as to cut-off additional areas, prompting the need for evacuations especially in the Kapoho area.
Fissure #8 inside Leilani maintains its strong lava fountaining, with jets of liquid lava reaching 60-80 m (200-250 feet) and feeds the large lava flows directed to the NE with current flow fronts on and north of Hwy 132 in the area of of Noni Farms road.
Although the flow front advance has currently slowed to less than 50 yards per hour, it can pick up quickly and the threat of it reaching the Four Corners area and cutting off Kapoho remains significant. Evacuations of Kapoho are underway.
On the western end, a new lava flow from fissure #18 is now headed to probably generate a new ocean entry soon in the Ahalanui Beach Park area, which would cut off Pohoiki and a large triangle of land.