Hawaii Mauna Loa Volcano and Kilauea are connected – Hawaii Video



Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano on Earth. It dominates the Island of Hawai ‘i, covering just over half the island.
During the past 3,000 years, Mauna Loa has erupted lava flows, on average, every 6 years. Since 1843, Mauna Loa has erupted 33 times, averaging one eruption every 5 years.
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  1. Hilo dodged a bullet in 1984

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  2. Hawaii, the extreme far left liberal state that wants to erect a giant statue of Obama. I wonder if this has anything to do with the disaster in Hawaii.

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  3. the Big Island may well be paradise, but not when Pele stalks the land.

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  4. I do LOVE Mauna Loa macadamia nuts. Sweet and salty and oh, so rich. Y U M !

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  5. Mary your Hawaii'an pronounciation has really improved since the eruptions. Good job girl. Y

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  6. Thank you Mary ! You are a blessing and bring so much information that do many trust ! And thank you for the strength to stand up for the wisdom of how you are able express the issues ! I am so happy to be a member with your station and encourage others to be part of all your stations , it is well worth the cost to know you are there working hard so we can have someone we can trust bring us events that we can’t get anywhere else ! Bless you and your hard honest work , and pray for your heath and family’s best ! As you are like a friend to the family !

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  7. Seems there is a great interest in available bachelors. I must be unaware of something again.
    I hope the mountain apple people are spared as much as possible from the anger of roaring volcanoes.
    I have always maintained that the earth is alive and will fight back against , well, foolish husbandmen.

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  8. The biggest concern is Hilina Slump. Q. Does the pic at 13:00 show magma cutting an East direction under the land? Surely this will weaken the land and increase the chance of the slump collapsing, especially if strong forces come from a Kilauea explosion.!!! Then 500 foot Tsunami. 🤪

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  9. I have a question. Kilauea started erupting in 1983, 14 months, later whilst Kilauea was still in eruption, Mauna Loa erupted. So there was a simultaneous eruption of both Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Also if Kilauea is relieving pressure from Mauna Loa, there should be an increase in deflation of Mauna Loa. As Mauna Loa has a much larger magma chamber, surely the sheer volume from that would override Kilauea's magma chamber until an equilibrium between the two were achieved.

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  10. Eventually you will discover we live in a world yhat is around 6,000 years old as recorded in the Bible…

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  11. Thank you for your wonderful detailed report. No one else reports as well as you Mary. I have a question, is CERN located on the opposite side of the heated mantle?

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  12. yep..you just figured this out?

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  13. How about a big blow? 🙏💡🙏

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  14. I fear most of the big island will go bye-bye very soon?

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  15. Pronounced as "Lah nai", not "Lannie" for Lana'i, Mary! Lol

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  16. Thank you for sharing this knowledge 😊 God Bless you ✝️

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  17. What they are not telling us is that Hawaii is one volcano and the places they are calling a volcano are really just vents. That means that the whole island could explode in a gigantic eruption.

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  18. Jesus is coming soon, keep your faith up, Pray Always!

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  19. Very interesting, Dear Mary. Thank you! 🤗😘

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