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The Awakening of Earth's Largest Volcano

Hawaii, USA
Is something happening at Mauna Loa volcano? Maybe. A resident has noticed that there are red-white hot spots shown in a newly uploaded Google Earth image of the Mauna Loa Volcano. These very clear satellite images show bright red, white, yellow and orange spots on the SW Rift Zone of Mauna Loa. Officials say that the red color is not lava and is due to oxidized cinder which erupted between about 500 and 1,000 years ago. They say that Mauna Loa is very quiet at this time and that the oxidized cider cones colors might have gotten enhanced somehow. But another resident mentioned strange gases, noises and helicopters above the Hawaiian Ocean View Estates (H.O.V.E.) subdivision. On May 6, a farmer mentioned her Swiss Chard was burned by a mysterious ground-hugging milky cloud that moved from above her farm down thru the fields and even thru a small farm building she had. She said the gas did not smell like had a very bad smell and she knew it was something different. She took samples of the chard that was burned, and swabs off her windows and had them tested by the state of Hawaii. They told her they could not find anything on the samples. This volcano has erupted 39 times since 1832. In the past, during some of those eruptions, lava went from vent to ocean in less than 3 hours.Slow extension of the volcano, as measured by GPS receivers on either side of the volcano, has resumed after a hiatus of a few weeks. Tiltmeters have recorded no significant changes. Gas sensors continued to record background gas concentrations within a crack in the crater floor. Hawaii island is also under a very heavy Vog Alert, (volcanic smog) which is coming from Kilauea Volcano, which is also located on the island. Vog has destroyed some local crops including some in the H.O.V.E. community.

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