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Posted on Sat, Nov 16, 2013 09:46

I was watching yet another interesting program the other day about the account of a Dutch family who were living and working in Indonesia in 1883. It was basically about this Volcano that erupted and sunk into the sea sending a tsunami and then 500 degree debri towards the people which resulted in thousands of lives lost. That was despite living more than 30 miles away. Apparently the blast was so loud it could be heard 3000 miles away.

In 1927 a new island emerged which is called Anak Krakatau which means son of Krakatoa. This island they said is rising 5m each year. I'm like OMG people of Indonesia you don't want to live anywhere near that thing. History is repeating!!

 

Sarah :-O



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Posted on Tue, Nov 26, 2013 01:58

Hawaii is the same it is acatullay the biggest mountain in the world due to that it comes from the ocean and the island we see is the top of it and itself is a volcanoe and continues to grow. The earthquake the hit pakistan recently erupted an island as well



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Posted on Sat, Nov 23, 2013 12:47

Nice view of the currents of the magma, the stress points, and the reliefs of our crust. Like a hot cherry pie, our crust has points of presure, and turbulent reactions to that stress.  Nice colors of delusion in the painting!



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Posted on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 19:25

The effects of Krakatoa's eruption was world wide. The ash spread and produced sulfur dioxide ( H2SO4)gas in the upper atmoshere causing red sunsets and acid rain for 5 years afterward.

 

A Norwegian artist Edvard Munch painted an OMG moment "The Scream of Nature" refecting on the unusual sunsets caused by Krakatoa


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