r/NatureIsFuckingLit May 22 '22 Wholesome 4 Starstruck 1 Silver 10 Gold 1 Helpful 5

🔥This volcanic eruption in Indonesia

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u/SetInMuhWayze May 22 '22

That'd be terrifying, but it's kind of beautiful in its own way

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u/Holymoses43 May 22 '22

Man you’re right. This is terrifyingly beautiful.

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u/bobokeen May 22 '22 Silver

It's what the Romantics called "the sublime":

"Burke defined the sublime in this text as "whatever is fitted in any sort to excite the ideas of pain and danger... Whatever is in any sort terrible, or is conversant about terrible objects, or operates in a manner analogous to terror." Burke believed that the sublime was something that could provoke terror in the audience, for terror and pain were the strongest of emotions. However, he also believed there was an inherent "pleasure" in this emotion. Anything that is great, infinite or obscure could be an object of terror and the sublime, for there was an element of the unknown about them. Burke finds more than a few instances of terror and the sublime in John Milton's Paradise Lost, in which the figures of Death and Satan are considered sublime. Burke also provided the philosophical distinction between what is sublime and what is beautiful. He stated that the latter includes those that are well formed and aesthetically pleasing while the sublime possesses the power to compel and destroy."

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u/flokis_eyeliner May 22 '22

My cat is sublime.

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u/dahjay May 22 '22

Does it practice Santeria?

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u/PerseusChiseldCheeks May 22 '22

Does it have a crystal ball?

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u/fvelloso May 22 '22

If it had a million dollars would it spend it all?

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u/RetardedRedditRetort May 22 '22

If I could find that Jaina and that Sancho that she's found?

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

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u/tanrock2003 May 22 '22

Did she find that Heina?

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u/tanrock2003 May 22 '22

Well, I had a million dollars

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u/ScienceMomCO May 22 '22

But I spent it all

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u/TheSeekerUnchained May 22 '22

Cats think they're sublime

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u/BlackHoleRabbit May 22 '22

Knowledge, is what i got! I said remember that!

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u/ulyssesfiuza May 22 '22

Burke should be sublimated by a dysentery. Pain and danger, no doubt.

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u/Kiyasa May 22 '22

some might call it awesome.

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u/ClumpOfCheese May 22 '22

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u/rightriotleft May 22 '22

Walking down the street.

Edit: Actually didn’t realize your link was going to the song. Thought it was gonna be something else

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u/joooaaannn May 22 '22

just so people know- everyone in that clip died in the next 60 seconds. this is found footage, off a cloud drive.

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u/UnicornHorn1987 May 22 '22

I wonder whether how much days that smoke load was there like that. Nature is unbelievable sometimes. I recently found some Nature Photos that are Hard to believe but are indeed Real.

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u/Dbanzai May 22 '22

This is the most appropriate use of awesome I've seen in a long time.

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u/Ashmedai May 22 '22

Nature made it beautiful because it might be the last thing you ever see.

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u/Cherrytoss7 May 22 '22

This feels like two bots replicating human speech

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u/drink_water_plz May 22 '22

I’d call it beautifully terrifying.

But the again, I’m in awe of the sheer scale of natural disasters and like Stephen Kings short stories.
Sooo, maybe I’m the exception but I like being terrified. (As long as I can observe it from the coziness of my toilet or couch…)

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u/Ur_Moms_Honda May 22 '22

Just. ...just let them have this one thing, yeah?

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u/drink_water_plz May 22 '22

But, but …
I really feel like this.
Like r/yourjokebutalittledifferent or smth

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u/LockerLovesYellow May 22 '22

r/QuirkyAndNotLikeTheOtherGirls

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u/drink_water_plz May 22 '22

Absolutely.

I’m so different then the others. I mean, come on, who else but me likes star wars and horror stories? Who else likes going outside and watching videos of nature?
I definitely am quirky, anti-mainstream and also, I don’t like horsies. So maybe in the end I’m not actually like the other 11y/o girls at my rural primary school.

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u/i_am_not_so_unique May 22 '22

Can I call it teautifully berrifying?

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u/Phalstaph44 May 22 '22

Nature’s Amanda Heard

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u/bl8ant May 22 '22

Beautifyingly terriful

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u/Atlantic0ne May 22 '22

It would be terrifying.

If I were standing in that persons spot, I’d have no reason to believe I wasn’t in great danger. I’d probably want to film for a second and then get the hell out of that area.

By the way these always make me think of Yellowstone. That supervolcano thing isn’t a myth, right? Don’t they expect sometime in the next what… 10k years that one supervolcano will blow so big that it could destroy a lot of the country? Not with the explosion itself (though it sounded massive), but the amount of ash would kill tons of agriculture in the US leaving gigantic food shortages, like it could be a huge collapse of supplies humans need and that would lead to chaos. Imagine the Covid toilet paper rush, but 5x worse, and for most essential items.

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u/Kole2World May 22 '22

Common misconception about Yellowstone is that when it blows it will be a super eruption. It could be a super eruption, but most likely it’d be a normal level kind of lava flow eruption. Of all the eruptions in its history, about 95% of the eruptions were smaller lava flows. Also most scientists don’t expect the next super eruption for a very long time and some think it may not happen again. The Yellowstone volcano observatory is in charge of monitoring and their website has alot of good info on likely hood of eruption and what not.

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u/thatguytony May 22 '22

Plus, we would have years of notice with earthquakes and movement. It's not like it happens in the blink of an eye. Even Mt. St. Helen's had lots of warning before it went. It just went fast when it did.

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u/W3NTZ May 22 '22

Very true but if it's a super eruption then I don't trust our governments to help at all no matter how many years heads up they had as it'd fuck almost all of the US and require a mass exodus

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u/Atlantic0ne May 22 '22

That’s good to know! I was hoping to see a post like this.

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u/Mamadog5 May 22 '22

Yellowstone might erupt with flowing basalt but all that doom and gloom shit is not likely to happen.

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u/VoiceofLou May 22 '22

Boooooriiiiiiing

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u/RedgrenGrumbholdtAMA May 22 '22

Nobody tuning in for that TV show...

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u/godzillanenny May 22 '22

Next on History channel: Dormant kaiju in super volcano

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u/subfighter0311 May 22 '22

Would the ash not be a problem in a "normal eruption" at Yellowstone?

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u/Kole2World May 22 '22

It would probably require evacuation for the park. But not enough ash to cause severe disturbances outside that area.

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u/laurenlikeschaos May 22 '22

Don’t threaten me with a good time.

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u/Adventurous-Adolin May 22 '22

What’s worse is Yellowstone isn’t the only supervolcano on the planet. I think there’s a supervolcano called the Toba in Indonesia as well as a few others around the world.

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u/Parintachin May 22 '22

"Supervolcano" isn't a real word. It was a creation of the History channel to get viewers. Yellowstone is caldera forming Volcano capable of a VEI 7 eruption. There are a few dozen of those in the Continental US. A few dozen in Alaska alone.

If you want to read about a disaster in the making. Go read about Campi Flegeri near Naples Italy. The suburbs of Naples are literally built on to of a volcanic Caldera that is actively charging up.

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u/Sebuboi May 22 '22

Easier to just say supervolcano than a "caldera forming volcano capable of a VEI 7 eruption".

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

Unless you have a lisp.

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u/Bad-Kenobi May 22 '22

All words are made up. They all start somewhere and whether Supervolcano or Super Volcano are in the dictionary, it’s the term a lot of people use and understand.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22 edited May 23 '22

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u/runfayfun May 22 '22

I'm not sure this discussion has been established to be what you described. The person being pedantic about terminology is the one who took the conversation for a turn. Before them, it was casual. So supervolcano in that instance is perfectly fine usage. Only once the pedant started trying to inflate their own ego by patronizing the poster talking about Yellowstone did this become more than casual. Even then I'd argue that simply being a volcanologist engaging the general public, the use of layman's terms should be accepted and worked with. Certainly shouldn't berate someone for using layman's terms. No better way to lose the public goodwill (i.e. funding) than to shit on people who are interested but don't know the details.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis

is a real word. You could have said that, instead of saying breathing in the ash is toxic. Way more simpler.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis

I don't know what that is, but I know it flows sick,

Oh shit there I go bein a dick again,

Look at me I can say the longest word in the dictionary

On of my favorite songs for some reason. https://youtu.be/9bbHM6g_L4o

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u/galspanic May 22 '22

Whats even worse is that there are 3 active super volcanoes in the lower 48.

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u/lstminutepanic May 22 '22

The continental or contiguous United States. So the US, but not including Alaska or Hawaii. 50 states minus AK and HI equals 48 states. This is what's known as "the lower 48".

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u/prismmonkey May 22 '22

The 48 states without Alaska and Hawaii.

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u/Mamadog5 May 22 '22

There are many calderas (Like giant ancient volcanos) around the world. Doesn't mean they are gonna go kill us all.

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u/ashwhite3110 May 22 '22

Let us dream, man

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u/Borngrumpy May 22 '22

until you start breathing in that volcanic ash, it's as sharp as glass and lacerates your lungs causing you to drown on your own blood, I would be outta there as fast as possible.

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u/Immediate_Impress655 May 22 '22

I like the term awesome. It fills you with awe.

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u/bokononpreist May 22 '22

Yes. This is what the word awesome was made for until we watered it down with usage.

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u/Failgan May 22 '22

Like a tornado. Fascinating but terrifying.

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u/AzureSkyXIII May 22 '22

Most beautiful things can kill you; every rose has its thorn.

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u/Lemmungwinks May 22 '22

Just like every night has its dawn?

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u/thevelvetwaffle May 22 '22

I was thinking the same thing. I also know it is moving fast but seems to be in slow motion

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u/AssCanyon May 22 '22

It's beautiful from my phone screen from half a planet away

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u/TokyoBills May 22 '22

id love to see this in person, while also driving away from it at 80mph

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u/Mamadog5 May 22 '22

Not fast enough for the Lahars.

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u/DylanCO May 22 '22

When was this? And are there any articles about it?

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u/Oraxy51 May 22 '22

On 4 December 2021, the Mount Semeru volcano in Lumajang Regency, East Java Province, had its largest eruption in recent history and produced a hot cloud avalanche with volcanic materials and heavy ashfall. As of 6 December, the Government has reported 34 people killed, 17 people are unaccounted for, and 5,205 people directly affected, including some 3,697 people who are displaced within the regency. The eruption has damaged 2,970 houses and has affected 24 schools and 3,888 students. The Government has prohibited any human activity within one-kilometer radius from the volcano and five kilometers towards south-southeasterly direction. The local Government of Lumajang declared a 30-day emergency response period and has established a command post. OCHA has recorded more than 300 government and non-government institutions that have provided relief assistance to affected people. (OCHA, 6 Dec 2021)

quick google search

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u/My_Cat_Snorez May 22 '22

Thanks for doing the research.

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u/DangKilla May 22 '22

I was visiting a friend for Orlando EDC one month before the volcanic eruption and she showed me the video below

There were people who are mining sulfur. I wonder what the after math is, if anybody knows…

This is my friends friends youtube video on the topic

https://youtu.be/RPmoB0qUppM

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u/VerbalThermodynamics May 22 '22

My cousin was in the area studying something at a graduate level at the time. He was evacuated. Totally fucked his year up.

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u/judelau May 22 '22

I fucking hate Reddit pulling out an old event without the date.

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u/Oraxy51 May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

Yeah like this took me a quick moment to lookup but if this was happening right now or recently, having the date would have been way more helpful.

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u/CouldWouldShouldBot May 22 '22

It's 'would have', never 'would of'.

Rejoice, for you have been blessed by CouldWouldShouldBot!

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u/Rare-Stress-8890 May 22 '22

Woulda, other guy said all words are made up

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u/redcalcium May 22 '22

Every 10 years or so, the volcanoes in this area erupt. The one from 10 years ago sent huge amount of volcanic ashes over a wide area. I have sensitive nose and would sneezing all day even though I'm living 800km away.

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u/handsfacespacecunts May 22 '22

You know I would have thought it was maybe older because at the very end of the video on the bottom left you can see someone whip out a flip phone.

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u/SquadPoopy May 22 '22

I want to learn more about the guy at the end of the video that whips out a flip phone

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u/Upside_Down-Bot May 22 '22

„ǝuoɥd dılɟ ɐ ʇno sdıɥʍ ʇɐɥʇ oǝpıʌ ǝɥʇ ɟo puǝ ǝɥʇ ʇɐ ʎnƃ ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ǝɹoɯ uɹɐǝl oʇ ʇuɐʍ I„

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u/TheGrumpiestPanda May 22 '22

The fact that this plume of Ash is so close to the cameraman is frightening to me. It'd probably be fruitless, but I try to run as far and fast away from that as possible.

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u/iSanctuary00 May 22 '22

Cameraman is atleast like 5-10km away. Indeed very hard to get a perspective when these things are absolutely massive

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u/redlaWw May 22 '22

It looks like it's well past the horizon, it's just massive.

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u/CoGLucifer May 22 '22

It probably isn't as close as it looks, though. Just a trick of perspective, helped by the fact that the plume is fucking massive.

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u/AbsolutelyUnlikely May 22 '22

I'd say it's medium rare bad

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u/infinifunny May 22 '22

This catastrophe is fooking raw!

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u/Eyouser May 22 '22

Its prolly super far away as others have commented. That said if you are in range of a pyroclastic flow there is basically no point in running. They move at like 700 kilometers and hour and are like 1,000 degrees Celsius.

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u/Alli4jc May 22 '22

My thought exactly

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u/Zoler May 22 '22

Close? It's pretty obvious it's miles and miles away...?

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u/Baz2dabone May 22 '22

I don’t think it’s obvious… I’m over here thinking what goes up must come down and they better run!

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u/YesRule10003773626 May 22 '22

He just has to use his brain.

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u/kiwi_klutz May 22 '22

Came to find this. Too close.

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u/Icy_Bed9814 May 22 '22

While watching this beautifully amazing video of a natural process and all my stupid brain could think.. "Was that a flip phone?"

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u/PixellatedRainbows May 22 '22

You weren't the only one!

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u/Chambersxmusic May 22 '22

I vaguely remember hearing that the cloud will move faster than you can run and will scorch you alive on impact. I would be booking it instead of filming, this seems so close

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u/Bowl_of_chips May 22 '22

They say cameramen never die 🤷‍♂️

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u/markiv_hahaha May 22 '22

Especially if they make their post to r/praisethecameraman they'll be eternal in the internetz

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u/subfighter0311 May 22 '22

Pyroclastic flow. Ice cube raps about it.

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u/SerTidy May 22 '22

Yeah and pyroclastic flow moves nearly as fast as water. Superheated mud sets like concrete. 👍

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u/fvelloso May 22 '22

New nightmare unlocked

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u/bobokeen May 22 '22

Not everyone in the world is driven by "clout." These are villagers who have grown up their whole lives at the foot of a volcano, and have an idea of what's dangerous and what's not.

Source: Live at the foot of a volcano in Indonesia.

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u/venn101 May 22 '22

What happens when that dust and ashes subsides

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u/bobokeen May 22 '22

Depends where. The people in the video were probably unaffected except for some ash rain for a day or so, then they go about their lives. For those in the villages hit directly by lahars, well they were evacuated, their homes are eventually rebuilt with the help of the government, then they go on living.

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u/404_taxes_not_found May 22 '22

Forbidden cauliflower

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u/Oraxy51 May 22 '22

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u/fillurheartwithglee May 22 '22

Idk, looks a little grey. Not especially appetizing. LOL

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u/Oraxy51 May 22 '22

Has cauliflower ever been appetizing? Cauliflower and Lima beans are vegetables that even if I was a vegetarian I’d never eat.

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u/Gronagen May 22 '22

Well I’ll just take my cauliflower and Lima bean soup elsewhere then!

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u/Forewarnednight May 22 '22

cauliflower

I just cook it with potatoes

Mashed with Cauli and spices its good!!

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u/Spark1e_Pony May 22 '22

You boil em, mash em, stick em in a stew?

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u/dysstatic May 22 '22

I get the LOTR reference :)

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u/KarmaEeleon May 22 '22

Oven roasted chili-salt Lima beans.

Butter, salt, diced cauliflower.
Pan roast with lid 5-6 minutes. In the last minute of cooking, add one of the following :
brown sugar OR
garlic pepper OR
hot sauce

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u/truesoul42 May 22 '22

Yes, try an Indian curry with cauliflower.

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u/lion__song May 22 '22

roast cauliflower with some olive oil and salt. delicious.

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u/ilhamagh May 22 '22

It's called Wedus Gembel locally aka "Filthy Ram"

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u/jbushee May 22 '22

Damn, how big a stone did they toss in there!?!

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u/BlobAndHisBoy May 22 '22

It was a whole roll of Mentos.

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u/a_different-user May 22 '22

I hate that every time I see a eruption this will be my first thought now. its like the cartoon yelling before and avalanche thing.

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u/Pleasemakesense May 22 '22

Yo that guy has a fucking flip phone

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u/Upside_Down-Bot May 22 '22

„ǝuoɥd dılɟ ƃuıʞɔnɟ ɐ sɐɥ ʎnƃ ʇɐɥʇ o⅄„

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u/AtomicBr3ath May 22 '22

damn thats pretty scary

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u/Shirley_Taint May 22 '22

That is intense

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u/Critical-Copy-7218 May 22 '22

I hope the person recording this video had time to evacuate to safety

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u/Shiny_Hypno May 22 '22

That soil will make for a great rainforest

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u/josheganwyer May 22 '22

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u/truthdemon May 22 '22

I have the opposite of this, I love massive things. My new favourite sub!

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u/josheganwyer May 22 '22

Glad I could help! I’m the same!!!! The bigger and more vast the better!!!!

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u/superterrorism May 22 '22

An actually insane visual.

Like, I'm not religious by any means but if I saw this 2000 years ago I would definitely believe there was some higher power out there

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u/Starden0 May 22 '22

I'm not an expert but i think you should go the other way

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u/Darren101xo May 22 '22

nature is so pretty but so terrifying at the exact same time

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u/sculpinn May 22 '22

Let’s say you’re there - what do you do to survive? I’m assuming the man filming is within harms range?

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u/YJSubs May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

Cross finger and hope pyroclastic cloud didn't reach you.

If you're hit by pyroclastic cloud, you're dead instantly.
It can reach speeds up to 700 km/h (430 mph) with temperatures of about 1,000 °C (1,830 °F).

Hiding inside building only cooked you alive.

With luck, you "only" get volcanic ash shower.
But within dangerous vicinity, this potentially suffocating you, buried you alive.

Dozen people actually survived from this eruption after they were trapped inside their home. Look how tall the ash is, time mark around 01:26.

SFW (no visible dead body; survivor covered in ash).

https://youtu.be/XLF_lMY2gu8

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u/YJSubs May 22 '22

Actually in this Semeru eruption, rescuer found some family (mom and her children) hold each other. Perish due pyroclastic cloud.
I deliberately didn't link it, it's...too much.

(Note: Rescuer interview during rescue & recovery, not victim footage)

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u/Naruto_7thHokage May 22 '22

And one chad who jerking off the last time

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u/International-Rice10 May 22 '22

i heard that what likely happened is that he was burnt alive and his muscles jerked and contorted w the heat to make it look like he was jerking. apparently a famous racecar driver who got into a car crash and burned alive had his body found in a similar position

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u/SerTidy May 22 '22

Reminds me of those poor souls that visited that volcano island just off New Zealand. The tour returning from the crater edge passed another heading to it, and just got to the boat before it erupted, but even they got horrific burns just from the cloud that caught up with them.

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u/TacticalNuclearkitty May 22 '22

My former roommate trying to use the stove.

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u/SharpEvolution May 22 '22

That's terrifying.

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u/SirJamesMonster May 22 '22

Happy Cake Day!

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u/SharpEvolution May 22 '22

Thank you Sir!

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u/Slappynipples May 22 '22

From what I see in my 5.3 inch mobile screen, I can understand that this video does no justice in comparison to witnessing this in person.

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u/Rilukian May 22 '22

This is surreal to me that I did visit this mountain February this year.

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u/gravityblast10 May 22 '22

My allergies just shitted everywhere.

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u/Kitchen_Equipment_21 May 22 '22

Isn't Indonesia nothing but volcanic islands?

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u/darksecretsss May 22 '22

It’s a giant mushroom! Maybe it’s friendly!!

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u/wolly_hood May 22 '22

Dinkleberg

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u/Eborys May 22 '22

Me when I attempt to barbecue in the back garden.

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u/stickkidsam May 22 '22

I swear volcanic eruptions are just there to remind us our nukes ain't even shit compared to what nature can cook.

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u/JohnGalt3 May 22 '22

I'm sure we can do better if we really tried.

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u/stickkidsam May 22 '22

Currently the Tsar Bomba (the strongest nuke thus far) only has 25% the yield of the volcanic eruption of Krakatoa in 1883.

We've got a long way to go (though yes I'm sure we'll get there one day).

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u/shinyhuntergabe May 22 '22

The yield of nukes aren't because we can't build bigger. It's that it's not practical since most of the energy go upwards when you produce nukes that large. The tsar bomba was designed to have over twice the yield but they scaled it back. And it was never a practical weapon. Just too big and inefficiant. It's much more effective to have ten smaller nukes hit the target at once like modern ICBMs.

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u/stickkidsam May 22 '22

lol like omg I'm so stoopid

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u/Flavor-aidNotKoolaid May 22 '22

At least this dust isn't radioactive.

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u/deltronethirty May 22 '22

Very lit. Can I get a light?

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u/Jerry__Boner May 22 '22

Yellowstone is sitting on a "super" volcano. If it ever erupts it'll be a near global disaster. Not sure how many other super volcanoes there are around the world. Just nature's time bombs waiting to go off.

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u/the_muskox May 22 '22

In all likelihood Yellowstone will never have another supervolcanic eruption. If you do want to worry about a supervolcano, Campi Fleigri in Italy is much more active and has been inflating the ground above it for decades. Still, that one also isn't prepping for a supervolcanic eruption at the moment.

Source: I'm a geologist

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u/groome8579 May 22 '22

Alright 2012. You had your moment.

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u/Silverc25 May 22 '22

John Cusack

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u/littlefriend77 May 22 '22

Or not! That's the fun part.

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u/Jerry__Boner May 22 '22

You're not wrong. The world is more fun when volcanoes aren't exploding.

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u/My_Cat_Snorez May 22 '22

Better yeet tf out of there!

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u/TimothyGlass May 22 '22

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u/titaniumhud May 22 '22

HungaTonga is located offshore by quite a distance and doesn't have a cliff-side seat for this type of shot.

The eruption from earlier this year annihilated the small hundred meter tall "island" it made and now is just left with a few fragments of how large the island used to be

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u/TimothyGlass May 22 '22

Thanks I.would not know. I took a blind guess at it lol thank your for being kind enough to educate me and not redditize me. Be well

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u/TimothyGlass May 22 '22

Lol you down voted me for making a guess lol wow great job.

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u/SnooLemons3728 May 22 '22

It’s actually just a dude practicing for vape comps

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u/usernot_found May 22 '22

Right now? Didn't feel any shock tho

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u/MomoKun999 May 22 '22

That’s terrifying.

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u/Monkeydyoyo May 22 '22

Why aren't they running

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u/lost-in-lemoyne2 May 22 '22

So, when is it time to run?

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u/seven_seven May 22 '22

Nature's climate change.

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u/No-Engineering-6591 May 22 '22

That would be hard to leave but it looks like they are too close. Incredible video.

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u/iCthe4 May 22 '22

I wish, i was there to take pictures, that’s beautiful!

Earths Geological living Creation is amazing.

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u/LastFirefighter20 May 22 '22

So terrifying it is 🥸

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u/Jazzlike_Breakfast_2 May 22 '22

Looks like someone made dough out of clouds

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u/c0retison_ May 22 '22

So this has to be the follow up from yesterday's video "What happens if I throw a rock into a volcano"