Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano


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Wish I could go and watch it, but expensive flights and hotels, serious Covid restrictions, and US visa almost impossible…I can only watch it on tv. Volcanoes are absolutely amazing. Been to a few. But the Hawaiian one looks totally rad!

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 Volcanoes are absolutely amazing. Been to a few. But the Hawaiian one looks totally rad!

They may look 'totally rad' but they're being a major nuisance to the people who live there! Not to mention all the ashes and soot in the skies around that viewers would be breathing. More ashes and soot than all the chimneys Santa Claus deals with on Christmas morning!

Wanna see a good view of the eruption? We have satellites that can capture the view and see it all. Leave the viewings to the vulcanologists and geologists.

We had a total lunar eclipse this past May that was severely darkened by soot from the Tonga eruption. The eclipse we had last month was more 'normal' (as in RED) but think what THIS would do if we had a lunar eclipse this month! DARK.

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