New Volcano Forms Off Coast Of Rome
A new volcano has formed off of the coast of Rome as shared in the first video below. With experts recently warning of the potential of M...
A new volcano has formed off of the coast of Rome as shared in the first video below. With experts recently warning of the potential of Mt. Vesuvius to erupt in the near future, avolcanic vent near the Rome airport to 3 newly formed islands off the coast of Pakistan all leaking methane and happening within the last few weeks, have we reached a new stage of Earth changes upon our planet?
Excerpt from THE TELEGRAPH:
"Vesuvius will erupt – that is certain, because it is an active volcano, even if we cannot predict when," Nakada Setsuya told a volcano conference in Italy.
Professor Setsuya, of the University of Tokyo, said that due to the thousands of people living around the volcano, which is close to Naples, "Italy must discuss and prepare a plan to manage the situation."
Since it buried Pompeii in 79AD, Vesuvius has erupted another 30 times, most recently in 1944, when it killed 26 people. But some experts fear the volcano, which sits on a 154 square mile layer of magma, is due for another, cataclysmic eruption.
Italy's civil protection agency has drawn up an emergency plan, which envisages four levels of alarm being given, culminating in the evacuation, within 72 hours of 550,000 people living in 18 towns in a 200 square kilometre "red zone".
After the start of an eruption, residents of a larger "yellow zone" may be evacuated if ash fall and gasses released by the volcano create danger.
The City spreads a new explanatory video: you are opening the third crater in Fiumicino
A new small volcano is erupting at this time just off the coast of Fiumicino. After the opening of the two craters in Viale Coccia di Morto, in fact, the phenomenon is repeated and this time he does at sea.
A symbolic image that the Mayor and the experts that today, as reported by several Italian newspapers, they failed to pick up the first gas sample. Many people are beginning to ask for further details about the evolution of the event that begins to expand too much according to some.