Kamchatka’s Shiveluch volcano shaken in violent eruption

October 17, 2011KAMCHATKAReports speak of a violent volcanic eruption of Mount Shiveluch on Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula. Smoke and ash from the volcano have climbed to 10 kilometres, sparking no-fly warnings for the surrounding area. Snow around the crater is rapidly melting, creating mudslides. Shiveluch supports a caldera of 1.5 kilometres in diameter. Its current activity period started in 1980.English Ru
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6 Responses to Kamchatka’s Shiveluch volcano shaken in violent eruption

  1. azon says:

    My, oh my, oh my, OH MY!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  2. There’s a lot that are active and they’re remaining active so, at some point the numbers are converging and there are a lot showing activity that are active and haven’t erupted…


  3. Wow. Just amazing.



  4. planbox says:

    Increased volcanic activity, melting of Glaciers, weather changes in different regions are signs of global warming. We should be ready for more volcanic eruptions ,more earthquakes, more floods and rising sea levels. I don’t predict dooms day but definitely more problems for the mankind.


  5. Brandon says:

    Sorry Planbox but this will lead into doomsday. These are signs of the Tribulation Period Christ spoke about. It will be ALOT worse than just ”problems” for mankind. We need to get to the point where we stop ignoring all these warning signs.


  6. Bhushan says:

    its just a beginning 😉


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