[The last paragraph is the most interesting. "Something is happening to our planet. Large earthquakes and major volcano eruptions are getting stronger and with increasing frequency...' Sounds like birth pains...]
The following video is compilation from a helicopter overflight of Kīlauea Volcano’s lower East Rift Zone on June 6, 2018, around 6:30 AM. The video shows the fissure 8 lava fountain feeding a channelized lava flow that travels northeast around the Kapoho cone, and then flows toward the south to enter the ocean at Kapoho Bay and Vacationland. The ocean entry has completely filled Kapoho Bay with lava, building a delta that extends 0.8 miles from shore:
Two explosive volcanos have caused devastation in the recent days. Guatemala’s Volcano eruption killed at least a hundred people and left more than one million affected. Meanwhile, Kilauea’s volcano has been in a slow destruction of physical structures over the past month. What makes them different?
Something is happening to our planet. Large earthquakes and major volcanic eruptions are getting always stronger and with increasing frequency, and this could have dramatic implications for our immediate future. Despite all of our advanced technology, we are very much at the mercy of these enormous natural disasters.