Large underwater volcano likely erupting beneath Pacific Ocean's surface, scientists warn

Yappi

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A large submarine volcano is likely erupting deep beneath the Pacific Ocean.

However, scientists don't know for sure because the Ahyi Seamount is so inaccessible.

Located in the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the U.S. Geological Survey said Monday that all indications point to the volcano beginning to erupt in mid-October when hydroacoustic sensors at Wake Island began to record signals consistent with such activity.
 

eastisbest

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All the things, the government refuses to tell you.
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eastisbest

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I expected a serious discussion on this topic.
It's kinda the natural disaster no one can blame on our use of the planet. I'm not sure what discussion is to be had?

The numbers are stunning. 4000 miles west of Hawaii. To be a whole US continent west of Hawaii and still be in the middle of the ocean? That's something I hadn't considered from that reference.
 
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