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These rifts in the earth, spewing lava, gases and ash, are forces of nature that are both a blessing and curse for human civilization.
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Shawn Stinson Miller
so cool
JP Kankainen
wow!
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i hate science
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Interesting
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I like it
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roses are red pepper spray is orange you should of used it but your dumb and so am i
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the explanation is very clear!
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Who els noticed the baby face in 0:39
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Sha Aqual Sifu Eugene
for our lessons and teach our mind to be humble and thank to thy God.. tragedy in a casd of Pinatubo at Phillipines.. said hello to the world
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Dvr(whatever the rest of your name is) the other 20% is from asteroids and comets hitting baby earth
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Kilauea IS the most active volcano on earth
Anon Frank
mother earth be angry
Sophie
Very informative, thank you. Definitely something I would show to my 7th grade accelerated science class.
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Hawaii Volcanoes | National Geographic Volcano 101 | National Geographic 1 day ago   04:13

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An unprecedented number of tremors lead volcano experts to believe Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano could erupt soon.
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