Revelation 16:9 “They were scorched by the fierce heat, and they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory.”
- Lava flow from Mauna Loa is slowing down. But that’s not the only possible hazard from Hawaii’s dual volcano eruptions
- First, the good news: The lava spilling out of Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano is slowing down, spreading out and not an immediate threat to people on the ground.
- Now the bad news: Possible health hazards remain as two volcanoes keep erupting on Hawaii’s Big Island, sending acidic gases into the air.
- Lava from Mauna Loa has been creeping toward the highway, coming within 3.6 miles [could take a week to reach the road]
- 2 volcanoes and lots of gases
- Just 21 miles away from Mauna Loa…Kilauea has been erupting since last year. But this is the first time in decades that both volcanoes have erupted simultaneously.
- Volcanic gas, fine ash and Pele’s Hair (strands of volcanic glass) could be carried downwind
- Volcanoes are also erupting in Alaska
- More than 3,000 miles to the north… Both the Pavlof Volcano and Great Sitkin Volcano are experiencing low-level eruptions in the remote Aleutian Islands chain
- Overall, Alaska has more than 40 active volcanoes stretching across the Aleutian Islands chain.
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