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Adam D

Congress needs to hold an emergency assembly to pass a bill that will curb that volcano's carbon emissions! In this day and age for an American volcano to be so polluting is just unacceptable.

Del

At first glance, I thought this was a Hydrogen Bomb photo.

That's a phenomenal lot of heat energy escaping, there!

Michael

Thanks for the link, Tim. I assume your brother is somewhere near Anchorage. Arkansas, Alaska, how'd that happen? Growing up I lived in Fairbanks for a while (Army family). AK is definitely one place I could happily settle if I had to, and they do brew some decent beer: http://www.alaskanbeer.com/

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