Violent Hawaii
Photo Essay: Volcanoes in Hawaii and Beyond

  • morgan

    this is tight homies

  • Brandy

    wow,this is very cool!

  • nick


  • MJ

    hola…i hate this stuff

  • zaylah

    really intrestng when you look @ it…. wow!

  • Jessie

    I want to do one of these on my science project but there are no names!!!!!! but very cool!! :]

  • jessie

    nvm it does hey WASHINTON ROCKS i can see mount st. helens right now!!

  • Terrie

    Nice sampling of volcanos. I especially like that you included the giant Martian volcanos.

  • Cormac

    It’s very cool the way it also shows the volcanoes in the most unexplored places like Jupiter’s moons.

  • Roan

    The spewing of Kilauea was really cool.

  • Stephen

    I bet this is what the earth looked like in when it was new.

  • Unsha

    The way that the Hawaiian Volcanic park is perceived truly shows the inner utmost beauty of the park. The lush bright orange lava truly emphasizes the amount of originality found in the park. Volcanoes have always been studied and hold a great amount of knowledge that many have not been able to figure out yet. Nonetheless, volcanoes have proved to be a breathtaking moment to experience.

  • bongi from s.a.

    even though that aint my country its so fascinating to see what the other side of the world looks like when mother nature gets angry.

  • mk

    this is so awesome how did u get all of these pictures and information

  • Kenneth Madore

    I think there dangerous and people shouldn’t live near them, no matter how beautiful they are. Volcano’s are unpredictable and predictions are not an exact science. Heck MT Saint Helen’s along with resent ones I cannot even spell have killed many people and destroyed there homes. In my opinion it’s not worth it. These scientists are nut’s or got some kind of death wish. To those vulcanologist that died in service of the people may you always be remembered, because the are hero’s.

  • Fazlul Haque

    I am a natural scientist. I have visited this web sites to see some important vedio. Unfortunately could not find none. Reports are showing sorry for restriction in your area. As you know Bangladesh is important part of nature due to presence of Sundarbon the largest mangrove forest in the world. We could collect more knowledge about nature from your site. May we expect Bangladesh will consider out of restricted area?
    Sincerely Yours,

    Md. Fazlul Haque.
    B.Sc (Hons) M.Sc (Botany)

  • lauren :P

    how do the scientists get the fudige when its happening?[i know i wouldn't get even be 62 feet away fromit...]

    haha:P [age 8 3rd grade]

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