Wednesday, 3 December 2014

One More Volcano Eruption:The Largest Active Volcano in Japan!

Massive Volcanic Eruption in Japan
By Brian Stallard

Dangerously thick plumes of volcanic ash have caused a significant number of flight cancellations and delays in southern Japan. The eruption of Mount Aso - one of the largest volcanoes in the world - also shook Kyushu island with a massive boom before raining lava and searing rocks on its largely uninhabited countryside.

The volcano and its respective island are about 625 miles away from Tokyo, and so far, no reports have come in concerning injury or death. However, according to
the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMA), this was a relatively unexpected blast, as Aso hasn't seen significant volcanic activity in more than 22 years. Concerns were first raised on Tuesday, when minor activity was detected, but local observatories had not expected the activity to increase in scale in a mere two days, according to The Associated Press.

The Thursday blast sent flying debris and a thick column of smoke and ash more than 3,200 feet into the sky. Planes will often stay grounded or be diverted to a longer route to avoid these conditions, as ash not only cuts visibility, but can clog even the most advanced of jet turbines, leading to dangerous engine failure of even fire.

Volcanic Ash Advisories kept planes grounded on Thursday, and have persisted into Saturday, sacrificing traveler convenience for the sake of safety.

A Japan Airlines spokesperson told the Agence France-Presse (AFP) that they had to cancel twelve flights in all on Thursday and have since been redirecting inbound air traffic to new destinations further from or around Kyushu island.

Japan has been seeing an uncharacteristic amount of volcanic activity recently, even for a country frequently assaulted by geological disasters. Another unexpected eruption that occurred last September trapped hundreds of hikers on Mount Ontake under thick volcanic ash. Search-and-rescue efforts revealed that 56 people had succumbed to asphyxiation, making it Japan's most tragic volcanic disaster in nearly 90 years.

Researchers suggest that these eruptions are becoming harder to predict because Japan's massive 2011 earthquake and tsunami event has left the region like a shaken bottle of champagne - ready to blow at any minute with little warning.

Global Prophecy of 2013, No7

August 9 2013, when we had an overnight prayer meeting,
A vision showed:  I heard several loud voices like fulmination of landslide.  All of the brothers and sisters who were praying around me disappeared.  I saw that the entire ground was overcast. Far away are the layers of some pictures: the picture of volcano eruption in Japan, the picture of explosion somewhere in Russia, and the picture of explosion somewhere in the Middle East, and the picture of volcano eruption in Northern Europe…… every picture was shaking and tilting horizontally.  I was screaming in my mind, “wake up, wake up.”
Impression: It’s a real scene that describes the happening of events such as volcano eruption and manmade explosion, which will be continual and the time intervals between events are quite small.  Poor Earth…

Jappan Volcano Eruptions:
2014.09.28  Japan volcano: Mt Ontake rescue teams find 31 bodies
2013.11.21  Volcanic eruption creates new land off coast of Japan
2013.08.19  Record eruption at Japanese volcano, city covered in ash

Northern Europe:
2014.09.12  Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano erupting, sulphur reported 1,300 kilometres away
                    "Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano has been erupting since August 31, sending sulphur as far as Norway, some 1,300 kilometres away."

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