Village flooded by lava

A lava flow that traveled 4 months reached Pahoa and flooded it. This video gives a brief history of what happened and how the authorities reacted.

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+2 1. drunkmonk commented 5 years ago

Lava flow is the funnies next natural paradox.


LLLL AAAA VVVV AAAA

:D
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+4 2. Geekster (admin) commented 5 years ago

#2 I don't get it :D
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+5 3. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#2, I think you meant #1..I don't get it either, even after reading it many times..
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+1 4. Geekster (admin) commented 5 years ago

#3 No, I just have no idea what he meant by that.
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+7 5. camoga commented 5 years ago

WTF, why do i love watching lava so much!
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+8 6. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#2 meant #1, #3 meant #2 but #4 didn't realize that #3 meant #2 meaning #1 and no one knows what the meaning of #1 is >:) O:) :squirrel:
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+1 7. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

What #1 meant was that this lava floated so slowly that the pronunciation had to take a long time.

Further reading about various lava types: http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/what-are-different-types-basaltic-lava-flows-and-how-do-they-form

Please let me know if you find better articles.
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+2 8. genja commented 5 years ago

#7 if you are kinda interested you should rent/borrow any introductory geology book, if you love it you get one of these http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1464138745 :D
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+1 9. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

True #7, but it still doesn't explain this "Lava flow is the funnies next natural paradox"...unless it's just me :P
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0 10. buckleg08 commented 218 days ago

dump trash in the lava...:P
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0 11. Judge-Jake commented 217 days ago

So does anyone know what you do after the lava cools are you stuck with it, have you got to move area, what do you do?