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While most of America was watching the ball drop; Hawaii was celebrating the New Year In a very unusual way. On New Year’s Eve 2016; 22 acres of the Kamokuna lava delta collapsed into the ocean. This particular delta is created by lava rushing against the ocean water and rapidly cooling to form a landmass.
The Kamokuna lava delta; fed by the Kilauea volcano, has been a popular tourist destination for years, but it now it seems to have all but disappeared. This entire landmass was only 26 acres long; meaning that something powerful enough has destroyed almost 90% of this once unusual destination! Most shockingly, of all, however, is that the destruction of this landform almost killed 5 tourists in the process.
At approximately 2 pm Hawaiian Time December 31st, 2016; officials closed the normal viewing area of the (un?)natural beauty. This was due to earlier reports that there was some seismic activity. This did not deter five thrill-seekers from sneaking in to get the New Year’s Eve of their life. Around 7 pm, the five snuck past the barricades and paid no heed to the park’s warnings.
Shortly after park rangers retrieved the tourists, the entire cliff faces that they were on collapsed into the ocean. The area is now closed while park rangers work to secure the area.
While eruptions are common in the area; the massive size of the eruption is of great concern. Not only were harmful gasses released; but the land mass collapsed so suddenly. Could this be just freak turn of events; or is there perhaps something more afoot here?
The US government could test new seismic weaponry to combat rogue states such as North Korea. Speaking of North Korea; they have been releasing statements that they have competed for work on a long range ICBM (Intercontinental ballistic missile). Could this have been the result of their test launch?
Watch the video below and deduce what you can:
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