posted on May, 13 2013 @ 09:50 PM
Originally posted by Hopechest
Wow....scary video...I'm not a geologist but I believe those clouds are 100+ degrees so burn you right away.
Very intense....thanks for sharing.
One of those flows can get very hot indeed, sometimes up to 1000c! It is far, far more dangerous than the lava produced by a volcano, at least then
you have a chance of outrunning it, whereas with a pyroclastic flow, you might as well stick your head between your legs and kiss your behind
reply to post by baddmove
There is always some armchair expert ready to declare everything a "fake" - I swear, I could put pictures of my mum on here and you'd get people
declaring it is fake....
The "changing direction" is the flow collapsing under it's own weight, probably with a good chunk of wind thrown in. If you notice, there is a
mountain slope to the right as well, which is probably affecting the dynamics of the flow as well.
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