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Fissure Eruption.
« on: September 11, 2014, 09:44:13 AM »
Some great footage from Iceland.

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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2014, 05:59:31 AM »
"It Will Be Unlike Anything Ever Seen in Recorded History"   Submitted by goldenequity on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 22:36in Director of the Civil Protection Agency in Iceland is "Gravely concerned" about Bardarbunga volcano

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►"Incredible video from Bardabunga. and
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►"This is lava draining out from under the crater of Bardabunga 25 miles away! The scale of what is going on is unlike anything seen in modern times.
►"The lava under the Bardabunga crater is draining out from the crater floor (the Caldera) which is over 6 miles in diameter and filled 2500 feet thick with ice covering the crater floor.
►"That FLOOR has dropped 25 meters (80 Feet) this week.
►"Scientists are now gravely concerned that the crater floor will soon collapse into a miles deep underground cavern filled with boiling white hot magma.
►"There's 1 trillion gallons of water in the ice in Bardabunga crater.
►"When that falls into a lake of magma it will instantly flash into steam expanding 600 times in volume.
►"The magma, suddenly no longer contained by the crater floor and 1 trillion gallons of water will act like a shaken soft drink can when the top is popped.
►"It will be an event unlike anything ever seen in recorded history.
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« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2014, 06:08:52 AM »
SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 12:04PM

While lava continues to pour out onto the Holuhraun lava field in Iceland, researchers have started to notice some strange activity taking place at the adjacent Bardarbunga volcano. Bardarbunga’s caldera has sunk by an estimated 65 feet since last week, raising fears of a potential serious eruption.

The caldera is a crater-like feature at the top of the volcano. In this case, the caldera is overlain by well over 2,000 feet of ice, making a potential eruption at that site a very serious concern. Movement in the caldera, either uplift or subsidence, indicates to geologists that something is going on within the volcano—but what?

Researchers studying the Icelandic eruption think that there are three possible situations for how this subsidence could play out. In the best case scenario, everything just stops—no more sinking, no eruption. Another possibility: the subsidence continues (potentially by another 328 feet) but no eruption occurs at Bardarbunga.

"But the third scenario is that the subsidence in the floor of the caldera causes an eruption within Bardarbunga. Such an eruption could melt a large volume of glacial ice, and could end up as a powerful explosive eruption, with ashfall," geophysicist Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson told the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service (RUV). "The meltwater would perhaps not be released immediately, due to the contour of the caldera, but eventually it would come out as a powerful flood. Obviously, we are worried about this possibility."

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« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2014, 06:21:10 AM »
Iceland's Bardarbunga Volcano Sulfur Fumes Now Bothering People 800 Miles Away

People on Norway’s coast have reported a strong smell of sulfur in the air this week, and experts say it’s coming from a surprising source: Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano, 800 miles away.

Bardarbunga sits about seven miles under the Dyngjujökull glacier, which is more than 800 miles west, and across the Atlantic, from Norway. But as Vibeke Thyness at the Norwegian Medical Institute told Norway’s public broadcasting radio station, NRK, , have likely combined to push the sulfur into Norway’s air space.

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meanwhile.. in iceland. big fumes
« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2014, 06:23:47 AM »
Gisli Olafsson @gislio · 6 h
SO2 levels above 3000µ/m3 are considered dangerous if exposed to. People told to stay inside, close windows & increase heating #Holuhraun

Gisli Olafsson @gislio · 6 h
SO2 levels reached 4000µ/m3 earlier tonight in Easter Iceland - SMS sent to all phones warning & telling people to stay inside #Holuhraun
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« Reply #6 on: September 29, 2014, 08:50:20 AM »
thats 60,000 tons aday.. with europes total output for a yr being 14,000 tons
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Re: Fissure Eruption.
« Reply #7 on: September 30, 2014, 10:17:15 AM »
I wonder if now that Iceland is a major polluter the country will be slapped by an extra green tax?
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Re: Fissure Eruption.
« Reply #8 on: September 30, 2014, 01:14:45 PM »
its all them cow farts thats destroying the atmoshphere >:D
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Re: Fissure Eruption.
« Reply #9 on: September 30, 2014, 02:10:07 PM »
OK some Internet trivia. According to the economist cattle are the second most popular animals (chickens are the most popular with 19 billion worldwide). So with only 1.4 billion cattle worldwide and 7 billion humans I don't think it is the cattle that are the problem.  :-[
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Re: Fissure Eruption.
« Reply #10 on: September 30, 2014, 03:16:47 PM »
darn chikkens. boil them in oil.. fry the buggers.. roast them till they drop from the bone. bake the stuffing outta them..
 
ok.. I feel better now :-[
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Re: Fissure Eruption.
« Reply #11 on: September 30, 2014, 07:15:08 PM »
Sounds like a verse from the .......  >:D
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