Open Thread, Friday 12 September 2014

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21 Responses to Open Thread, Friday 12 September 2014

  1. Knight4GFC says:

    Things are getting hot down here.

    VIDEO: Pahoa’s Hopes Dashed By Latest Lava Projection
    http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/2014/09/11/video-pahoas-hopes-dashed-latest-lava-projection/

  2. zmalfoy says:

    Very pretty! And I’ve been there! There weren’t any aliens, though, which as a 11 year old, I found rahter disappointing . . . ^_^

  3. barnslayer says:

    When was the last time you were THIS happy?

    • Thanks for posting this Sol. I was wondering when this would come about. there will probably be a race by many different mad scientist who eventually are going to screw this up for us real bad. Mans desire to be like God echos the “Garden of Eden”.

  4. solaratov says:

    You’ve got to go where the action is to get good training. On the whole, though, this does seem like a very good program……

    http://www.livewellnebraska.com/nation/navy-sends-medical-staff-to-chicago-er-for-combat-training/article_bf4a5caf-03b5-590b-9582-daa5d31d47e8.html

  5. Back from fishing trip. No tuna today but a beautiful day on the water. could see the lava flow coming down towards Pahoa. it may enter the first subdivision any time now. The flo9w is expected to go right down the middle of Pahoa town and cut off highway 130 which would cut off a huge section of the Big island from the main supply of any tangible goods, gas, water, food and other main sorce of livelihood would be cut off! We shall see.

    • They should have an updae pretty soon about the situation of the eacuations at hand concerning the lava flow.

      • Do you live close to the anywhere near the flow? I hope not!

        • No I do not. I am upslope (somewhat) but absolutely no threat whatsoever to me. I can view the flow from my back porch but as it moves steadily downhill towards Pahoa I will lose view of it. As the eagle flys it is probably about 15 miles away going in a direction away from my home. We live. in a pretty safe zone from Kilauea volcano and nothing to worry about here. but a huge concern for others and I expect it to be all over national news if Pahoa town burns.

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