Hawaii’s Kīlauea Volcano Monitored for Possible Eruption

A lake the size of five football fields in Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano is one of the world’s hottest bodies of water, according to a volcano alert issued by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). A thermal camera used to measure the lake’s water surface temperature reveals that it is between 176 and 185 degrees Fahrenheit. According to the USGS, very … Continue reading

Potentially Troubling Sign on Halema‘uma‘u Crater on Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii

“We do not want to be alarmist, but we also need to point out to the public that there is an increasing possibility of explosive eruptions at Kilauea,” said Swanson. via AccuWeather: The Halema‘uma‘u crater on Kilauea, located in Hawaii, has been relatively quiet over the last year after a frenzy of activity in 2018, which all began with an … Continue reading

Man Dies While After Falling Down Lava Tube While Gardening in his Yard

A highly unusual event took place in Hilo, Hawaii. A 71-year-old man in was killed after he fell down a lava tube that had opened up in his own garden. It is believed that the man, who lived in the town of Hilo, had been clipping the bushes in his garden when the ground gave way beneath his feet and … Continue reading

New Large Steaming Fissures Open Up on Hawaii’s Big Island, Kilauea Unrest Continues

New huge cracks next to two small fissures technically considered part of fissure 10 up at the corner of Pomaikai and Malama are growing and now steaming. The cracks on these properties run parallel to each other approximately 100 ft wide at their widest point going in the direction straight down rift in the middle of the fissure line. This … Continue reading

Kilauea Eruption: ‘Likely More to Come’…’Mauna Loa Really Scares Us’ – Volcanologist

A volcanologist tackles that and other burning questions about the Hawaii volcano Cracks open in the ground. Lava creeps across roads, swallowing cars and homes. Fountains of molten rock shoot up to 70 meters high, catching treetops on fire. After a month of rumbling warning signs, Kilauea, Hawaii’s most active volcano, began a new phase of eruption last week. The … Continue reading

Hawaii Enduring Lava Fountains, Tremors, Fissures, Toxic Fumes From Kilauea’s Unusual Outburst

Do you recall an article we shared in April called ‘Unexplained Trumpet Sounds’ in the Skies of Hawaii‘. Now I have to wonder if it was perhaps a prelude to the serious events taking place in Hawaii presently. Also maybe you recall another article we shared, ‘Increase in Large Earthquakes Expected Globally in 2018 as Earth’s Rotation Slows‘.. wonder if … Continue reading

Hawaii Eruption Earthquakes 2018
Is the Hawaii Volcano Eruption and Earthquakes Related to Cosmic Ray Increases?

It’s been highly debated as to whether cosmic rays affect tectonic and volcanic activity on our planet. Watch Adapt2030 Youtube video to see what you think. Adapt 2030 – Youtube IF YOU ENJOY THIS SITE PLEASE TELL OTHERS ABOUT US…SHARING IS CARING Start the discussion, leave a comment below

Huge 6.9 Earthquake Occurred Near Erupting Volcano in Hawaii

It must be feeling very apocalyptic there in Hawaii’s Big Island! UPDATE via CNN: The US Geological Survey is reporting a magnitude 6.9 quake in Hawaii in the last half hour. The quake occurred about 10 miles southwest of Leilani Estates on the Big Island. There have been 119 earthquakes on Hawaii’s big island in the last 24 hours, according … Continue reading

Terrifying Brain Slug Parasites Are On the Rise

A rare and terrifying brain parasite carried by slugs is spreading around the world, and doctors aren’t sure how to fight the spread. The parasite, named Angiostrongylus cantonensis or the rat lungworm, is carried by slugs, who contract the parasite after eating rat feces containing the worm’s eggs. Those slugs then crawl over fruits, vegetables, and other surfaces and are … Continue reading

Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii Shaken by Earthquake Swarm

A flurry of earthquakes rattled the Kilauea volcano area Sunday morning. The USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, which measures and tracks earthquakes, reports 31 earthquakes were recorded over a period of 42 minutes on Sunday. The activity began just before 6 a.m. on March 5. The swarm is located about 5 miles south of Volcano Village inside Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park … Continue reading

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