The visual splendour of the sheer majesty of Mount Etna’s latest eruptions needs no further words…
… thank you, dearest Annette, for sharing these amazing links with us 🙂
This is another fascinating – and slightly perturbing – development of a volcanogenic kind. To my mind (and it is my opinion only), there is no such phenomena as extinct volcanoes. Long dormant perhaps, but never extinct. Italy is certainly undergoing considerable seismic activity at the current time so it is entirely feasible that her volcanic locations may also be awakening in tandem with the seismic movement. Another development to keep a close eye on. Thank you once more Alvin, for bringing this to our attention.
The Extinction Protocol
August 26, 2013– ROME, Italy– Italian experts have been puzzled by the overnight appearance of what looks like a volcanic geyser erupting steam and gases 5 meters into the air. What appears to be a new fumarole appeared near Rome’s International Fiumicino airport Saturday morning. A vent producing small geyser-like fountains of steam, water and mud was suddenly opened in the ground near a road crossing near Fiumicino. Geologists are currently examining the phenomenon. It is still a bit unclear whether it is not a man-made accident caused by a broken pipe or similar (which might well be the case). As La Repubblica statess, first inspections however indicate that it is in fact a new natural vent. Obviously, there are also already some speculations whether it could be related to volcanic activity. The nearest possibly still active volcanic system in the area is the Monti Albani, an old…
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