Those who think we can control the power of nature are deluded.
The latest threat comes from Iceland. After a sleep of 800 years, the Fagradalsfjell volcano area has been rumbling for 2 years, resulting in the evacuation of 3,500 from the nearest town of Grindavik. It is now erupting.
Iceland has 33 active volcanoes, but the site of this eruption has the potential to threaten the capital and the island’s Airport.
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