Cleanup begins after eruption at Mt Aso in southwestern Japan


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It's over. お疲れ様

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Pyroclastic flows are enormously dangerous, more so than lava flows as they move far faster than you can outrun them even in a car (despite what Hollywood would have you believe) and can travel considerable distances. They are what destroyed Herculaneum and Pompeii and if Mount St Helen had been near a town or city we would have a modern Pompeii. Luckily it wasn’t.

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Pyroclastic flows are enormously dangerous

I think many will remember the 1991 Mount Unzen pyroclastic flow in Kyushu that killed 43 people.

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Cleaning up after Aso mess. Not the last time this will need to be done.

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I hope Pan-kun is ok ^^

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