Tiny Island Takes Shape Following Volcanic Eruption

November 25, 2013 / No Comments

A new island has taken birth. Following an underwater volcano eruption south of Japan, the tiny piece of land has emerged from the down below and formed itself into a new little island. All of 600 feet in diameter, it isn’t even an island per se. We need to call it an islet. It has been reported that the islet was created ...

Krakatoa Volcano ready to unleash after a gap of 126 years

August 13, 2009 / No Comments

The world must have forgotten the name, but the Krakatoa Volcano needs to be reminded as of one of the most deadliest volcanoes in the world. It killed 36,000 people when it erupted in 1883. However, the stark reality is that the remaining part of the Volcano has started to spew lava again and thousands of farmers who stay close ...

Redoubt Volcano in Alaska Erupts 5 Times

March 31, 2009 / No Comments

When mamma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. When Mamma Nature ain't happy, it can get real ugly, or pretty depending on your perspective. Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times in one night. The volcano sent ash plume more than 9 miles into the air. It was the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years. (Yeah, trying to hold your anger in ...