35: Ethiopian volcano spews stunning, deadly blue gas

May 2014AFRICA – New Scientist interviewed French photographer Olivier Grunewald, who captures striking images of nature like the Dallol volcano, located in the Danakil Depression of Ethiopia’s Afar region. Grunewald’s work uses no filters or digital enhancement, and the results are stunning. To capture the Ethiopian volcano, Grunewald waited until after dusk, when the blue flames were more visible against the night sky.
Wondering where the blue effect comes from? The Dallol volcano’s lava is still red, like other volcanoes — the blue color appears when the flames mix with deadly sulphuric gases. Grunewald must wear a gas mask while working, but he says it’s worth the risk to experience nature’s wonders. “The phenomenon is so uncommon,” he told New Scientist. “We really feel like we are on another planet.” –The Week
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5 Responses to 35: Ethiopian volcano spews stunning, deadly blue gas

  1. The thing that jumped into my mind, as I read this: ‘Think, Angel of Death/Warning.’ Death to Egypt’s First-born generation, and Warning to worldly Last-born;’ generation You,… Decide in your heart. The ‘Grace Gate is about to go away,

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  2. Helen Parks says:

    from the HIdden Texts of NOstradamus
    8 82 1 Ronge long, sec faisant du bon valet
    IƑ [is] GEELONG: LAVA DOUBTS IN FACE (Scorpio)
    TELLINGER GAVE FOCUS, DO NOT ABANDON. ADVANTAGE ON SNOBS [elite]
    8 82 1 TORN VENT BLUE LAVA ANTICS
    BLUE LAVA O (orbits) N TO S

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  3. bobby90247 says:

    “…the blue color appears when the flames mix with deadly sulphuric gases…” But, “evolutionists” and “scientists” (the Pharisees of yesterday) would have you believe that everything started in a “Big Bang?”

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  4. L.Edwards says:

    That is absolutely incredible!

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