The volcano famously erupted in 1883 with the force of over 10,000 Atomic bombs.
I'd of thought 10,000 atomic bombs would destroy the world a few times over. Maybe they're considering a small bomb when they say 10,000 as opposed to the megaton ones we have on alert today.The volcano famously erupted in 1883 with the force of over 10,000 Atomic bombs.
The comparison I read was to the one dropped on Hiroshima. 13,000 times that one ("Little Boy"). 200 megatons of TNT.I'd of thought 10,000 atomic bombs would destroy the world a few times over. Maybe they're considering a small bomb when they say 10,000 as opposed to the megaton ones we have on alert today.
There was a Saturday morning cartoon of that. My brother watched it a few times but I didn’t really care for it. We did think the theme song was hilarious so we sang it a lot.I think it was "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes". Watch that and you're ruined for life.
Since we're so close to Resurrection Sunday, I'd rather wait till tomorrow just for the poetics of our Resurrection falling on the same day as His. That would be harder for the world to ignore.Today is fine with me
Not all volcanic eruptions eject lava. The Volcano Discovery website https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/kr...PTION-REPORTED-TO-FL020-MOV-S-AT-101511Z.html indicates the ash advisory is due to a discrete eruption. According to the Volcano Information Center at the University of California--Santa Barbara http://volcanology.geol.ucsb.edu/erupt.htm "Strombolian eruptions, named after Stromboli Volcano, Italy, are discrete explosions separated by periods of less than a second to several hours. They give rise to ash columns and abundant ballistic debris. Ejecta consist of bombs, scoriaceous lapilli and ash."I watched the video....there was no lava......wonder why.....